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Library celebrates Seniors
The Cornwall Public Library is set to present its third Annual Retro Movie Festival, from Monday June 20 to Wednesday, June 22. In all, five movies will be presented during these three days, all free of charge and everyone is welcome.

Cornwall - Jun. 13, 2011 - The Cornwall Public Library is set to present its third Annual Retro Movie Festival, from Monday June 20 to Wednesday, June 22. In all, five movies will be presented during these three days, all free of charge and everyone is welcome.

Classics such as, Oklahama, Annie Get your Gun, Kiss me Kate,Show Boat and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers are sure to be crowd pleasers. And you don't have to be a senior to enjoy them. The screenings will be held in the library's program room equipped with a state of the art surround sound system and large screen. Some films will be presented in the afternoon while others will be in the evening.

The library's Annual Summer Movie Festival follows the Retro Festival beginning on Thursday, June 23 with the screening of the award winning movie, A King's Speech. This summer festival runs until the end of August.

Full details are available at the library, on the library's website or by phone at 613-932-4796.


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