Main Menu

Tag Archives | Christmas

holiday-music

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Nothing brings people holiday cheer quite like turning on the radio and listening to holiday classics sung by various artists throughout the ages. But what happens when you have a particular song you want to hear that isn’t playing on the radio, or you want to listen to holiday music on your own time? This […]

Continue Reading 0
elf

The 12 DVDs of Christmas

The holidays wouldn’t be complete without a few classic holiday movies – and here at the Niles Public Library, we’ve got a plethora of tinsel-wrapped flicks to choose from. Stop in to pick up one of these DVDs and then hurry home, wrap yourself in a warm blanket, and sip hot cocoa as you enjoy […]

Continue Reading 0
Black Friday Shopping

How NOT to Lose Your Mind This Holiday Season

Now that November is here, it’s that time of year again…HOLIDAY SHOPPING. But never fear, the Niles Library is here! The holidays can be stressful when you’re trying to find gifts, sending out greeting cards, AND managing your money all while trying to keep your sanity in tact. That’s why we’ve got three great programs […]

Continue Reading 0

Winter Film Program Recap

December *Sat., Dec. 5, 2pm—Angels and Demons, PG-13, 138 min*Thurs., Dec. 17, 2pm—Four Christmases, PG-13, 88 min*Sat., Dec.19, 2pm—Josh Groban in Concert, NR, 60 min January *Sat., Jan. 2, 2pm—My Sister’s Keeper, PG-13, 109 min*Mon., Jan. 4—WATCH TO WIN OSCAR CONTEST begins — see the AV Desk for details.*Sat., Jan.16, 2pm—Gypsy Caravan: When the Road […]

Continue Reading 1
hw7.png

It’s A Wonderful Life

OK—everyone has seen it. Everyone knows the story. Some people can even recite the dialogue (I would have to confess, I’m in this category). When you get right down to it, this is a great movie. Sad thing is that it gets so over-watched around the holiday season that many people have the “not again” […]

Continue Reading 0
holiday-affair-1947.jpg

Holiday Affair

When I rewatched this one recently, I fell in love all over again with Robert Mitchum’s character (OK — and with Mr. Mitchum himself). This one is a true classic…a film that gets very little attention during the holiday season, but should be up there with those notables Miracle on 34th Street and The Bishop’s […]

Continue Reading 0