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Thu, December 22
@ 2 p.m.
Kips Bay Library Presents Throwback Thursday Theater:Shall We Dance
Warner Bros. Rating NR, Runtime 101 minutes, Release Year 1937; Director Mark Sandrich Synopsis The seventh of RKO's Fred Astaire--Ginger Rogers musicals, Shall We Dance casts Astaire as a world-renowned ballet dancer and Rogers as a musical comedy headliner. Rogers' manager Jerome Cowan concocts a phony romance between his client and Astaire in order to garner publicity for them both. Eventually, of course, the twosome falls in love for real, but not before a cornucopia of confusion, compl…
Kips Bay LibraryAdults
Fri, December 23
@ 1 p.m.
Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents Book to Movie Adaptations: Sense and Sensibility
Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. Rating PG, Runtime 136 minutes, Release Year 1995; Director Ang Lee Synopsis The recipient of seven Oscar® nominations, this film version of Jane Austen's classic 1811 novel stars Emma Thompson as Elinor Dashwood. With her mother and sisters, Elinor struggles financially after the death of her father, who bequeathed the Dashwood estate to his oafish son by an earlier marriage. While sorting out the family's affairs, the shy, self-sacrificing Elinor secretly…
Kips Bay LibraryAdults
Fri, December 30
@ 2 p.m.
Kips Bay Library Spanish CLass
So you want to learn how to speak Spanish? Good choice! Spanish is relatively easy to learn, because once you’ve learned how to pronounce the letters, you can sound out any word. There are no complicated pronunciation rules, as there are in English.
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