- By Crystal D. Holland
- Posted Wednesday, September 21, 2011
From On the Same Page to the Screen
On the Same Page isn’t just about reading a great book. We encourage people to get together for lots of engaging activities. Movie lovers will be well taken care of as screenings of several classic films are held throughout Forsyth County. Each selection highlights themes from Cameron Kent’s The Road to Devotion, such as unlikely friendships, overcoming obstacles, and family life during the 1860s period when War loomed large in the young United States.
After you experience the movie, feel free to share your opinions about the films with your community online at http://fcplroadtodevotion.wordpress.com!
Please contact the following agencies for films titles and ratings or go to Ask Your Librarian for more information.
- Rural Hall Branch Library - September 20th @ 6:00 pm
Iconic film based on a book by Alice Walker
- Lewisville Branch Library - September 20th @ 7:00 pm
Film based on a book by John Ehle
- Community Arts Café - October 2nd @ 4:00 pm
Classic film focused on a Quaker family in pre-Civil War times and based on a book by Jessamyn West. This is our featured film for On the Same Page 2011.
- Southside Branch Library - October 4th @ 7:00 pm
1987 friendship comedy based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand
- Central Library Auditorium - October 10th @ 6:00 pm
Based on a classic play by Edmond Rostand
- Reynolda Branch Library - October 18th @ 6:00 pm
Classic film based on a Civil War book by Stephen Crane.