Tyna, felter extraordinaire, will lead us in this one session class where participants will leave with a monster of their very own. Space is limited. Please call 247-1920 ext. 6 or email Tanya@barringtonlibrary.org to reserve a spot. For grades 6-12. Part of our 200 Years of Frankenstein Celebration.
Learn the art of making hand painted animation cells and leave with a "monstrous" piece of art. Part of our 200 Years of Frankenstein.
Come by and listen to (and congratulate) local teen band, The Development, on the release of their first CD. They will be playing a mixed set of originals with some covers.
200 Years of Frankenstein culminates with a nation wide read aloud of the novel, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley written in 1818. Live streaming from the Library of Congress in Washington, DC
Sponsored by the Keats Shelley Asssociation and their FrankenReads initiative that involved countless libraries and universtities across the globe!
Stop by and listen or read aloud from copies of the novel that will be available.
Second night of Frank! Celebrate 200 Years of Frankenstein.
Watch Young Frankenstein (1974, 1 hr. 46 min.) with pre-film commentary by Librarian Doug Swiszcz.
Join us for two nights of Frank! Celebrating 200 Years of Frankenstein.
Monday, watch Frankenstein (1931, 2hrs) with pre-film commentary by Librarian Doug Swiszcz.
Watch Tim Burton's film, Frankenweenie (PG, 2012, ! hr. 27 min.) while making (and eating) Frankenkrispies. Space is limited. Please email email@example.com or call 247-1920 ext. 6 to reserve your spot. For grades 6-12. Part of our 200 Years of Frankenstein Celebration.
Make a wooden monster decoration for Halloween while listening to some "spooky" music. Space is limited. Please email Tanya@barringtonlibrary.org or call 247-1920 ext. 6 to reserve a spot. For grades 6-12. Part of our 200 Years of Frankenstein Celebration.
A Drop in program. An old fashioned parlor game. Stop by and leave your mark. Part of our 200 Years of Frankenstein Celebration.
View the trailer here. Written and Directed by Andrew Gerstenblatt. Assistant Director: Olivia Darling. Music by The Development.
Starring: Nate Dirksen, Evan Weinstein & Grace Larner
- Q & A after the film with the filmmaker
- A performance by The Development