LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

Friday, October 24, 2014

  • Library Center - "Sterling Price's 1864 Missouri Campaign"
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    The final major Confederate offensive in the Trans-Mississippi Theater began on September 19, 1864, when Maj. Gen. Sterling Price led approximately 12,000 cavalrymen from northeast Arkansas into southeast Missouri. Price’s men covered more than 1,500 miles and fought three major battles, along with numerous skirmishes. Connie Langum, historian at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield, will explore Price’s 1864 Missouri Campaign, providing an overview of the major battles, and discussing preservation of those historic sites. A Campaigns & Politics: The Civil War in 1864 event.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Discover Haunted Springfield
    7:00 pm for all ages.
    Do you believe in ghosts? Skeptics and ghost enthusiasts alike are welcome to a discussion on paranormal activities in the City of Springfield with hosts Chris and Dustin Johnson, lead investigators of the Springfield Paranormal Research Society. They will talk about their most exciting investigations and what it takes to become a ghost hunter.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:00 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "Casper's Halloween Special," not rated, and "The Jetsons: Haunted Halloween," rated TV-Y.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included. "Hocus Pocus," rated PG.
  • Library Center - "One Damn Blunder from Beginning to End: The Red River Campaign of 1864"
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    In the spring of 1864 the "Brown Water Navy" participated in its final major campaign. Supported by a fleet of ironclads and transports, Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks pushed up the Red River, intending to capture Shreveport, La., and defeat Confederate forces under Gen. Richard Taylor. Gary Joiner, associate professor of History at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, will discuss the disastrous Red River Campaign and its repercussions. A Campaigns & Politics: The Civil War in 1864 event.

Monday, October 27, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - An Evening with Tina Meier
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the meeting room for all ages.
    Tina Meier's daughter, Megan Meier, committed suicide after being bullied online. In this special event, Tina, of St. Charles County, shares Megan's story and provides an overview of the technology that students are using in today's world. Topics such as bullying, bystanders, cyberbullying and sexting will be discussed, and there will be time for questions. Families are encouraged to attend; some material discussed may be inappropriate for young children. This event will be simulcast live to the Library Center, Library Station and Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. A National Bullying Prevention Month event.
  • Library Center - An Evening with Tina Meier
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    Tina Meier's daughter, Megan Meier, committed suicide after being bullied online. In this special event, Tina, of St. Charles County, shares Megan's story and provides an overview of the technology that students are using in today's world. Topics such as bullying, bystanders, cyberbullying and sexting will be discussed, and there will be time for questions. Families are encouraged to attend; some material discussed may be inappropriate for young children. This event will be simulcast live to the Library Center, Library Station and Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. A National Bullying Prevention Month event.
  • Library Station - An Evening with Tina Meier
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the story hour room for all ages.
    Tina Meier's daughter, Megan Meier, committed suicide after being bullied online. In this special event, Tina, of St. Charles County, shares Megan's story and provides an overview of the technology that students are using in today's world. Topics such as bullying, bystanders, cyberbullying and sexting will be discussed, and there will be time for questions. Families are encouraged to attend; some material discussed may be inappropriate for young children. This event will be simulcast live to the Library Center, Library Station and Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. A National Bullying Prevention Month event.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - An Evening with Tina Meier
    6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the upstairs meeting room for all ages.
    Tina Meier's daughter, Megan Meier, committed suicide after being bullied online. In this special event, Tina, of St. Charles County, shares Megan's story and provides an overview of the technology that students are using in today's world. Topics such as bullying, bystanders, cyberbullying and sexting will be discussed, and there will be time for questions. Families are encouraged to attend; some material discussed may be inappropriate for young children. This event will be simulcast live to the Library Center, Library Station and Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. A National Bullying Prevention Month event.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Storytime for Adults
    12:05 pm to 12:50 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Why should kids have all the fun? Everyone likes being read to. Bring your lunch and relax as a librarian or guest storyteller reads hand-selected short stories, poetry and excerpts based on the monthly theme. All ages are welcome, but readings will be selected for mature listeners. That House Burned Down 10 Years Ago: Scary Stories to Tell During Lunch
  • Brentwood Branch Library - "Wonder" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By R.J. Palacio. A National Bullying Prevention Month event.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more during this come-and-go program. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour-Reading-Club
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/thelibrary.org.
  • Library Center - "James Longstreet and the Confederate Cause in 1864"
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Throughout much of his career as a Confederate Gen. James Longstreet acted as second-in-command to Robert E. Lee in Virginia, but he also saw action in Georgia and Tennessee. Longstreet’s experiences in 1864, which included the Battle of the Wilderness in the spring and the siege of Petersburg in the fall, encompassed some of the most critical moments of the Civil War. Dr. William Piston, history professor at Missouri State University, will provide an examination of Longstreet during the period that underscores both the opportunities and the dilemmas facing the Confederate high command during the last full year of the war. A Campaigns & Politics: The Civil War in 1864 event.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

  • - "A Constellation of Vital Phenomena" (Downtown Book Club)
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The conversation will be flowing as we discuss provocative fiction, nonfiction and memoir at The Coffee Ethic, 124 Park Central Square. "A Constellation of Vital Phenomena" by Anthony Marra.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Haunted Springfield
    6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Library Center Local History Associate John Rutherford will share eerie tales about local buildings with haunted pasts.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:00 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers," rated TV-Y.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for all ages.
    Celebrate Mexican culture with an afternoon of activities marking the Day of the Dead, a traditional holiday honoring loved ones who have died. Decorate your own skull/calavera mask, taste sweet pan de muerto, learn the history of the holiday, and watch a folkloric dance performed by Grupo Latinomericano Dance Troupe. Bring a photograph of a beloved family member, friend or pet that has passed on for a craft; other materials provided.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Origin: Spirits of the Past," not rated.

Monday, November 3, 2014

  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshop
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Organizing Your Research. Learn about using word processing, database and spreadsheet software to assist in recording your research results. Member Janice Nusbaum will share her experiences, pro and con. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more during this come-and-go program. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Willard Branch Library - Off the Hook Crochet Club
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    Love to crochet? Want to learn how? Gather with us to visit, work on your own projects, share ideas and patterns, or receive beginner’s instruction. Some instructional materials provided onsite for use in the Library or bring your own. Knitters welcome!
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour-Reading-Club
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/thelibrary.org.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - "We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves" (Brown Bag Book Discussion)
    12:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Bring your lunch and take a break from your workday with a good book. "We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves" by Karen Joy Fowler.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

  • Library Station - Adult Storytime
    10:30 am in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Join us for an interactive storytime aimed at adults with developmental disabilities. We will introduce topics of interest with stories and activities.
  • Library Station - Adult Storytime
    1:30 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Join us for an interactive storytime aimed at adults with developmental disabilities. We will introduce topics of interest with stories and activities.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - "The Enchanted" (Evening Book Discussion)
    6:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By Rene Denfeld.
  • Library Center - "Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption" (NXT Chapter: A Book Group for 20/30-Somethings)
    7:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the Harrison room for ages 20-39.
    By Laura Hillenbrand. Refreshments will be served.

Friday, November 7, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - First Friday Art Walk
    6:00 pm to 9:00 pm for all ages.
    Join the Park Central Branch Library and other art lovers for First Friday Art Walk. View photos by award-winning photographer James Wiebe, whose love or photography started in 1965 while in the Army and stationed in Germany. Authors Lisa Medley, Elizabeth Obrey, Rosalie Stanton and T. Sue Versteeg, members of Ozarks Romance Authors, will sell and sign copies of their books.
  • Park Central Branch Library - First Friday Art Talk
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    Exploring Guatemalan Textiles. Art expert Christina Bradshaw will show five different Guatemalan textiles while discussing the materials, colors, weaving techniques and purposes of Maya textiles. Christina will also talk about Maya dress and how the Maya have preserved their textile traditions and clothing styles, while also adapting some forms to the modern tourist industry.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

  • Library Center - Beginning Genealogy
    9:30 am to 11:30 am in the Harrison room for adults.
    Begin searching for your ancestors and learn library resources from staff members from the Library’s Local History and Genealogy Department. Bring family information and a generation chart, available at http://thelibrary.org/genealogyforms. Computers will be available to access Ancestry Library Edition and other websites, or we can help you find information in our book collection. Limited to 10 participants; call 616-0534 to register.
    Registration starts October 1; call 882-0714.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Crafts for a Cause
    10:00 am to 1:00 pm in the basement meeting room for adults.
    Give back to the community and satisfy your crafting urge while doing it! Each session will focus on one easy-to-make craft, and everything we make will be donated directly to a charity, including Bill's Place, Project Linus and Operation Write Home. Drop in for a while or stay the whole time. Make blank cards for soldiers abroad so they can write to their families. Bring white card stock or use ours.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:00 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers," rated TV-Y.
  • Fair Grove Branch Library - Saturday Double Feature
    1:00 pm for adults.
    Join us for a super double feature! "Mary Poppins," rated G, for our younger viewers, followed by "Saving Mr. Banks," rated PG-13.
  • Library Center - Beginning Genealogy
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Harrison room for adults.
    Begin searching for your ancestors and learn library resources from staff members from the Library’s Local History and Genealogy Department. Bring family information and a generation chart, available at http://thelibrary.org/genealogyforms. Computers will be available to access Ancestry Library Edition and other websites, or we can help you find information in our book collection. Limited to 10 participants; call 616-0534 to register.
    Registration starts October 1; call 882-0714.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" (Graphic Novels for Grown-Ups)
    1:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Whether you’re new to the medium or have grown up with it, join us as we read and discuss contemporary and classic graphic literature from around the world. "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" by Roz Chast.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - Saturday Sounds: Red Shoe Pickers
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the meeting room for all ages.
    An Americana-style acoustic music duo, the Red Shoe Pickers are Paul Phariss and Rebecca Holt. She plays hammered dulcimer, guitar and keyboards; he plays six- and 12-string guitar, Native American flute and foot rhythm (tambourine/shaker). Sponsored by Friends of the Library.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Fruits Basket," rated TV-PG.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

  • Library Center - Sunday Music Concert: Library Center's 15th Birthday Party!
    2:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    The Library Center is turning 15! We're celebrating with a special Sunday concert featuring local legends Mark Bilyeu and Cindy Woolf. Mark, of Big Smith fame, and Cindy perform on the Americana/folk and singer-songwriter circuit. Sponsored by Friends of the Library.

Monday, November 10, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - Foreign Film Festival
    6:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    "The Deflowering of Eva Van End," not rated; in Dutch with English subtitles.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshop
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    What we learned at the 2014 Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference. Ozarks Genealogical Society members John Carter, Tom Hobbs and Rita Wallace will discuss information gleaned from the 2014 conference in San Antonio, Texas. This program will include officer elections and the annual OGS Memorial Service. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Library Center - "The Namesake" (Book Discussion)
    1:00 pm in meeting room A for adults.
    By Jhumpa Lahiri.
  • Fair Grove Branch Library - "A Painted House" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm for adults.
    By John Grisham.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

  • Republic Branch Library - "The Language of Flowers" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for adults.
    By Vanessa Diffenbaugh.
  • - "All the Light We Cannot See"
    7:00 pm for age 21 and older.
    The librarian has carefully trawled the stacks and selected books guaranteed to make you think. Read the pick of the month, then meet to discuss it over Cabernet (or soda) at Q Enoteca Wine Bar, 308 W. Commercial St. "All the Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr.

Friday, November 14, 2014

  • Northview Center - "The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II" (Northview Book Club)
    10:30 am Northview Center for senior adults.
    Check out our book group just for older adults. We meet every second Friday of the month at the Northview Center in Doling Park, 301 E. Talmage. No registration is necessary. "The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II" by Denise Kiernan.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:00 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "The Jetsons," rated TV-G.
  • Library Center - Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: 1950s Drama Classics
    2:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Enjoy a Saturday matinee with a classic film. Feel free to bring your own snack. "On The Waterfront," not rated, 1954.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Melinda Mullins and Bo Brown Share Songs from The Johnny Mullins Collection
    2:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for all ages.
    Experience part of Springfield music history during this intimate afternoon performance of Ozarks legend Johnny Mullins’ timeless songs, performed by his daughter Melinda Mullins and musician Bo Brown. The late Johnny Mullins wrote songs for famous country artists such as Emmylou Harris, Porter Wagoner and Loretta Lynn, and was nominated for a Grammy for writing "Blue Kentucky Girl."
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 9:00 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone," rated PG-13.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Storytime for Adults
    12:05 pm to 12:50 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Why should kids have all the fun? Everyone likes being read to. Bring your lunch and relax as a librarian or guest storyteller reads hand-selected short stories, poetry and excerpts based on the monthly theme. All ages are welcome, but readings will be selected for mature listeners. Storytelling by John Hernandez, member of the Apache Nation, for Native American Heritage Month.
  • Ash Grove Branch Library - "The Other Typist" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for adults.
    By Suzanne Rindell.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more during this come-and-go program. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour-Reading-Club
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/thelibrary.org.
  • Library Station - "The Code of the Hills": An Evening with Springfield Author Nancy Allen
    7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the Santa Fe room for age 18 and older.
    In the Ozarks, some things aren’t talked about. Even abuse. It’s the code of the hills. But prosecutor Elsie Arnold is determined to change that. So begins "The Code of the Hills," one of 2014’s most exciting mystery novels, written by Springfield’s Nancy Allen and released by national publisher HarperCollins. Nancy will read and talk about her writing and how her experience as a Missouri prosecutor inspired her. She’ll do a Q&A and sign and sell copies of her book.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - Brown Bag Travelogue: Beside the Seaside
    12:00 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Library staff member Michelle Breazeale will talk about the British tradition of visiting the seaside. Learn about popular destinations and the differences in the beaches and climates of the English landscape.
  • Library Center - Armchair University Science Series: Nature and the Human Condition
    7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    How does nature affect people? Dr. Janice Greene from Missouri State University’s Department of Biology will discuss the positive impact of nature and the outdoors on individuals' physical and psychological health, and the many benefits of nature to individuals and society as a whole. Part of the Armchair University Science Series.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Meditation at Midtown
    12:05 pm to 12:50 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Take a break from the work day and join meditation instructor Holly Graves for this monthly meditation session, suitable for beginners and Zen masters alike.
  • - "The Illusion of Separateness" (South Side Senior Center Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for senior adults.
    Check out our Library book group just for seniors. We meet every third Thursday of the month at South Side Senior Center, 2215 S. Fremont Ave. No registration necessary. "The Illusion of Separateness" by Simon Van Booy.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Documentary Film Discussion Series
    5:30 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Join us for a screening of a critically acclaimed documentary; short discussion to follow. "Thunder Soul," rated PG. The story of high school band leader "Prof" Johnson, who took the jazz band of Kashmere High School and transformed it into the legendary funk powerhouse in the 1970s. Decades later, his students prepare to gather and celebrate him.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - Smartphones for Tech Newcomers
    7:00 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Library staff members will teach you how to use your smartphone, including settings, contacts, texting, email and apps. Bring your fully charged device and your Apple ID or Gmail password. Individual, hands-on-help will be available. Class limited to 20.
    Registration starts November 6; call 883-1974.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:00 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "The Jetsons," rated TV-G.
  • Strafford Branch Library - 2nd Annual Mini-WhoCon
    1:00 pm to 4:00 pm for all ages.
    Celebrate that regenerating time traveler, the Doctor, with contests, trivia, games and snacks.
  • Library Station - Healthy Living at the Library: Eating Well
    3:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the Frisco room for adults.
    Learn how to stay healthy and make the right nutritional choices at mealtimes with Hy-Vee dietician Priscilla Bloom.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Full Metal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa," rated PG-13.

Monday, November 24, 2014

  • Library Center - "A Separate Country" (Civil War Book Discussion Group)
    7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in meeting room B for adults.
    By Robert Hicks.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - "In the Blood" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By Lisa Unger.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more during this come-and-go program. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour-Reading-Club
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/thelibrary.org.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

  • - "The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir" (Downtown Book Club)
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm for adults.
    The conversation will be flowing as we discuss provocative fiction, nonfiction and memoir at The Coffee Ethic, 124 Park Central Square. "The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir" by Dee Williams.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Retro Cartoon Saturday Morning
    10:00 am to 11:30 am for all ages.
    Relive Saturday mornings of decades past as we show classic cartoons every Saturday morning. "The Jetsons Meet the Flinestones," not rated.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Walk-In Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for age 13 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "A League of Their Own," rated PG.
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