Summer Film Festival

Adults - Friday 8/25 @ 10:15 AM - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Event #6!

The TGIF Programs 2017 Summer Film Festival ends this Friday at 10:15 with Event #6. We look forward to showing a 1957 musical starring Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse, and Janis Paige.

The Friends of Freeman Library provide light refreshments. Please contact the Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library at 16616 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062 or at 281-488-1906 for further information.

Adults - Friday, 8/4 @ 10:15 AM - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Continues with Event #5!

Adults - Friday, 8/4 @ 10:15 AM - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Continues with Event #5!

We look forward to showing Sabrina, the 1954 romantic comedy starring Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and William Holden.This free program requires no registration.

Adults - Friday 7/28 @ 10:15 AM - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Event #4

TGIF Programs invites adults of all ages to join us for our Summer Film Festival. We will be showing films on various dates during Summer 2017. This free event requires no registration.

The Summer Film Festival continues with Event #4 on Friday, July 28 at 10:15 AM. Event #4 features "Strangers on a Train," the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock film - noir thriller which stars Farley Granger, Robert Walker, and Ruth Roman.

Adults - This Friday - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Event #2!

Adults - Friday 6/30 @ 10:15 AM - TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival continues with Event #2! We will show Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, the 1939 film starring James Stewart as a naive man is appointed to fill a vacancy in the United States Senate. Jean Arthur and Claude Rains also star.

TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Kicks Off Friday!

TGIF Programs invites adults of all ages to join us for our Summer Film Festival. We will be showing films on various dates during Summer 2017. This free event requires no registration.

We look forward to showing on Friday, June 2 at 10:15 AM High Society, the 1956 musical comedy, starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra.

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