Event Information

Cinema Program free screening of "The Unruly Mystic"

When: July 20, 2015 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Directed by Michael Conti (2014). The Unruly Mystic is an inspirational documentary of how the filmmaker reaffirms his life's work when he fell in love with a 12th century Saint. The film evokes a calling, that sweet spot of creativity that we all yearn to play in, which is also spiritual in nature. She is venerated for her widely recognized impact on today’s theologians, artists, musicians, doctors and educators.

She is indeed the unruly mystic. Her story, invites us all to embrace the connection between God, Nature and Art. This is the story of a powerful muse who invites us to create magic in our own lives by letting the ordinary touch the divine. Join us in connecting more deeply with your own spiritually and creativity.

http://theunrulymystic.com

Cinema Program free screening of "Jaws"

When: July 22, 2015 - 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: Main Library

At Scott Carpenter Pool 1505 30th St. Boulder (303) 441-3427
swimming, feature starts at dusk (8:25 p.m.) Partnership with Community Financial Credit Union.
Jaws
Directed by Steven Spielberg, featuring Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Lorraine Gary (1975). A gigantic great white shark menaces a small island community, as a police chief, a marine scientist and big-sea fisherman set out to hunt it down. Based upon the book by Peter Benchley. (124 min.) This is a pool-side screening at Scott Carpenter Pool with live performance by The AquaSonics, featuring covers of songs by The Astronauts, Boulder’s famous surf band of the 1960s.

Cinema Program free screening to be announced

When: August 2, 2015 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Doris’s Sunday Matinee
To Be Announced

Cinema Program free screening of Bill Vielehr Program

When: August 10, 2015 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Bill Vielehr Program
This is a program of interviews with sculptor Bill Vielehr and a presentation by his wife Kitty Nicholason. Bill’s public-art sculptures are in several locations in Boulder, including the Charles A. Haertling Sculpture Garden and the Reservoir. Pictured are Pauline, Bill’s first wife, Bill and Joel Haertling a month before his death last October.