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Grab a blanket, your family and friends and head to VETERANS PARK for a FREE family-friendly movie.
Aldridge Gardens Summer Camps 2022 will start June 6th and conclude July1st with four camps per weekly session. Registration is $130.00 per weekly session for Aldridge Garden Members and $150.00 for non-members. Register early to ensure your child's spot this year. And remember: our camp instructors are all certified Alabama teachers and each camp session is based on an educational theme, so kids are learning as they have fun! Visit our website http://aldridgegardens.com or call Debbie McDonald at 205-739-6555 for additional information. For details on membership call Janet Abernathy at 205-739-6553.
Hoover Public Library
How many books can you read this summer?
June 1 - July 31.
Sign up in person or visit hooverlibrary.org to register online.
Read or listen to books for prizes donated by the Friends of the Hoover Library.
Enjoy stories and songs for all ages at East 59's Lee Branch location!
LOCATION: East 59 Cafe Lee Branch
701 Doug Baker Blvd, Ste 103
Hoover, Alabama 35242.
Call 205-444-7830 for more information.
A straitlaced turn-of-the-century father presides over a family of boys and the mother who really rules the roost.
In late 19th-century New York City, stockbroker Clarence Day (William Powell) strives to maintain order in his bustling household. Despite his attempts to be the chief authority over his four sons, his wife, Vinnie (Irene Dunne), is the one who truly keeps order in their home, much to Clarence's chagrin. To gain more respect, Clarence reluctantly considers making changes that will benefit everyone, including his own baptism. This slice-of-life comedy was based on a popular Broadway play.
Directed by Michael Curtiz.
Runtime - 1 hr 58 min
FREE admission and refreshments.
Visit hooverlibrary.org or call 205-444-7800 for more information.
LOCATION: The Library Theatre