As part of its month considering environmental water issues, the Portsmouth Garden Club will show a film at Portsmouth Free Public Library concerning global water concerns.
Woven in Time: The Narragansett Salt Pond Preserve by filmmaker Marc Levitt will be shown on Thursday, April 14 at 6:30 PM. It is a documentary film about a small piece of seemingly ordinary land located on the southern coast of Rhode Island. In the 1980s, archaeologists, working for a local developer, unearthed the remains of New England's only undisturbed Pre-Contact Period (1100-1400 AD) Native American coastal village.
Watch "The Hunger Games" on our big screen to prepare yourself for "Catching Fire" in movie theaters. Bring your own snack or share ours.
Join us to enjoy Wall-E on our big screen. Bring your own snacks or share ours.
For grades 6 - 12.
Watch a movie on our big screen, share a snack and hang out with your friends. Look in the Teen area for movie information.
See National Treasure on our big screen. Share our snacks or bring your own.
See Jaws on our big screen. Share our snacks or bring your own.
See Journey to the Center of the Earth on our big screen. Share our snacks or bring your own.
See The Bourne Identity on our big screen. Snacks provided or bring your own.
We end the Power of Music Film Festival with a 3pm screening of Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony (2002), a remarkable film that tells the story of those suffering through apartheid in South Africa from the 1950s-1990s.