|September 15, 2010 - Knox County Public Library's popular outdoor movie series continues with a showing of Charlotte's Web on Friday, September 17, 2010 on downtown's Market Square. The movie, presented by Comcast, starts at 8 p.m. As always, the movie is free and open to the public. Free parking is available at the Market Square garage in the evening hours.
This G-rated classic children's movie features the lovable Wilbur the pig and Charlotte, a spider that lives in his pen. Wilbur is scared that he will end up on the dinner table, and he hatches a plan with Charlotte to ensure that this will never happen. A live action remake of the popular 1973 animated film, both versions are based on the beloved E.B. White children's book. Movie-goers should bring a blanket or lawn chair.
The rest of the line up:
||Cats and Dogs
||Pretty in Pink
||The Spy Next Door
||Hitchcock's North by Northwest
All of the movies in the series are family friendly, rated PG-13 or less, but movie-goers are encouraged to check out the movie to make sure it is right for their family.
Each year, the Library puts on Movies on Market Square to highlight its vast collection of film and music. Audiovisual items now account for just over half of all circulating items at Lawson McGhee Library. Last year, over 422,000 DVDs, CDs, and audio books were checked out throughout the county.
Movies on Market Square is made possible through the generous support of Comcast, Pilot, PetSafe, The Tomato Head, Downtown Knoxville, City People, the City of Knoxville, Magpies, Metro Pulse, WBIR, B97.5 and Lunar Cinemas.
For more information, please check www.knoxlib.org/movies or call 865-215-8767.