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SF Bay Area screening of "The Hollywood Librarian"

Have you been hearing about "The Hollywood Librarian" but unable to attend a screening? Are you in the SF Bay Area? Are you available this Friday evening (10/5)?

Then you are in luck:

THE "HOLLYWOOD LIBRARIAN: A LOOK AT LIBRARIANS IN FILM" IS COMING TO ALAMEDA! The "Hollywood Librarian" is a unique and charming blend of film clips, humor and critical analysis of the popular image of librarians. This documentary will increase your awareness of the complex and democratic nature of librarianship in the age of technology, and be a step toward redefining librarians as not only more than a stereotype, but also as a cultural imperative. The film is about 95 minutes and appropriate for ages 12 and older. Dewey's Friends Cafe will be open to sell snacks to movie-goers. Tickets are $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for seniors and children 5 years old and younger. Tickets may be purchased at the Check Out Desk at the Main Library. Ticket sales benefit the Friends of the Alameda Free Library. Call the Reference Department at 510-747-7713 for more information.

Time, date and location:

October 5, 2007
7:00 p.m.
Main Library
1550 Oak Street
Regina K. Stafford Meeting Room
Alameda, CA 94501