Join us for a documentary film every Tuesday at Noon. Patrons are invited to bring a sack lunch, drinks will be provided. All films are free and open to the public, and are approximately 50 minutes in length.
December & January
December 5—Robinson Crusoe’s Treasure Island –
This film explores the Juan Fernandez Islands where Scottish sailor, Alexander Selkirk, was banished to, inspiring the novel Robinson Crusoe.
December 12—Earth Flight: South America –
See the world from the bird’s perspective.
December 19—Great Indian Nations –
A history of the 6 major North American Indian Nations, filmed in the ancestral lands
January 2—Calamity Jane –
This film recounts the life of one of the most unique women of the American West.
January 9— Louisa May Alcott, The woman behind Little Women Part 1
January 16—Louisa May Alcott, The Woman behind Little Woman Part 2 –
A biography of one the most loved children’s author.
January 23—Blue Planet: Tidal Seas—
Beautiful film footage of life in the ocean
January 30—Sacagawea –
This film re-enacts her journey with Lewis and Clark in her words.