- Movie Matinees
- Coventry Crafters
Movie Matinees for adults start at noon in our meeting room. Joan Evers, historian for the Wildey Theatre, will be here to share interesting stories and anecdotes about the films. Bring a brown bag lunch, and we’ll provide drinks and popcorn. Check with the Library for movie titles; we can’t publish them due to the licensing agreement.
Monday, September 15
- Teenager Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) develops a huge crush on debonair artist Richard Nugent (Cary Grant). Myrna Loy plays Susan’s stuffy sister, Judge Turner, and when she gets involved in the situation this great 1947 comedy really takes off!
Monday, October 20
- In his second movie, Gregory Peck portrays Father Francis Chisholm. This epic film tells the story of his devotion to a life of service and compassion as he serves as a missionary in China. Watching this movie truly reaffirms the importance of living our lives with integrity, humility, and kindness.
Monday, November 17
- Based on the true story of one of the greatest treasure hunts in history, this 2014 movie focuses on the efforts of a group of art experts who go behind enemy lines to rescue art being pillaged and stolen by the Nazis during World War II.
Monday, December 15
- Dick Van Dyke stars as the loyal butler to an eccentric philanthropist who is now penniless. He resorts to thievery to keep his lovable employer living in style, but when a new secretary joins the staff his scheme is in jeopardy. This lighthearted comedy is a great film for the holidays.
Enjoy crafts, snacks, and conversation! Bring your portable craft (needlework, quilting, scrapbooking, knitting, etc.) We offer both Daytime and Evening sessions. Click here for more information.