FAIRVIEW, N.J. — The Fairview Public Library continues its film series, with screenings based on cultural importance, critical reception, popularity and historic relevance.
"Alice's Ordinary People" will be shown to celebrate Black History Month on Friday, Feb. 19 at noon. The documentary is about Alice Tregay, a lesser known (but integral) civil rights activist and advocate who passed away last year. For next month's screening, I plan to serve a light lunch (probably pizza).
"Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision” will be shown in March to celebrate Women's History Month and highlight diversity in art. The film is about the architect who designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
The goal of the film series is to bring stories to the community that might not be heard otherwise.
Click here for more information or call (201) 943-6244.
The library is located at 213 Anderson Ave.
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