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  1. Film Club Screening - Roman Holiday

    February 22, 2017, 6:30 PM

    Starring Audrey Hepburn in a role that launched her career, ROMAN HOLIDAY could be described as a “Mid-20th-Century fairy tale” about a visiting princess who flees her numbing formal duties for a day incognito. She meets an American reporter played by Gregory Peck, who soon catches on to her true identity and a possible scoop of a lifetime. As the two take in the sights and joys of the Eternal City, their growing feelings for each other make for a sublime, if brief interlude as a reporter’s opportunity and princess’s obligations melt away.

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  2. Meet Ilene Bezahler, Publisher/Editor of edibleBoston

    February 23, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    The Friends of Weston Library are happy to announce that Ilene Bezahler will be speaking at the library about edibleBoston. EdibleBoston came about as a result of the renaissance in locally sourced, seasonal foods and products. It is "a resource for finding out what's new, what's available locally, and an introduction to the people instrumental in bringing about the change."

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  3. Unlaunch'd Voices: An Afternoon with Walt Whitman

    February 28, 2017, 3:00 PM

    Actor Stephen Collins performs in this one-man show. The play opens with Whitman on the evening of his seventieth birthday. The audience is a visitor in his room as he prepares for his birthday celebration. Whitman begins to reminisce and to question his success as a man and a poet. He remembers a mystical experience he had in his thirty-seventh year that inspired him to write poetry. During the telling, Whitman transforms into his young vibrant self and we begin to trace back along with him the experiences that led to the creation of Leaves of Grass, his lifetime work.

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