Join us for a free film showing every month, sponsored by the Friends Guild of the Destin Library. Films range from Golden Age classics to modern hits.
The schedule for winter and spring 2019 is as follows:
January 15 - Mr. Holland's Opus
February 19 - The Book Thief
March 19 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?
April 16 - Chocolat
May 21 - Singing In the Rain
June 18 - The Old Man & The Gun
These films are free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served. For more information about any of the films we will be showing, please give us a call at 850-837-8572.
Join us every Wednesday afternoon for a free showing of some of award season's best films. These matinee showings are free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served. For more information about any of the films we will be showing, please give us a call at 850-837-8572.
This year's Snowbird Movie Matinee schedule is as follows:
January 2 - Lean On Pete
January 9 - The Post
January 16 - Three Identical Strangers
January 23 - Hearts Beat Loud
January 30 - Chappaquiddick
February 6 - Bookshop*
February 13 - First Man**
February 20 - Old Man & The Gun*
February 27 - A Star is Born**
*These films are subject to the DVD release date, and a substitute film may be shown.
**The showing dates for these two films have been swapped to accommodate a delayed release date.
With Pam Horowitz as moderator, Camille and Charles Morgan will discuss living in Birmingham when the 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed. In the wake of that tragedy their husband and father, Chuck, gave a speech that electrified the nation and changed their lives forever. Pam, who practiced law with Chuck in Washington DC and was married to civil rights icon Julian bond, will discuss her early legal career with the Southern Poverty Law center and her current service on its Board.
This event is free and open to the public; seating will be first-come, first-served. For more information please email the Friends of the Destin Library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Gurnsey delights audiences with his rousing performances of Celtic music. With with and finesse, Gurnsey charms with his beautiful melodies and tales of wayward voyages and unrequited love. His unique talents with traditional Celtic instruments such as the conertina, bodhran, bones, and mandolin add an air of authenticity to each piece. Go back to a time when the news was delivered not on your cell phone, but via troubadours and bards telling tales.
This concert is free and open to the public. with first-come, first-served seating. No registration is required to attend. For more information about the event please call the Library at 850-837-8572.
For more information about our performer, please visit his website: http://www.thekiltedman.com/.