Sunapee Film Series Continues

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Movie fans, mark your calendar. The Abbott Library film series continues with two screenings this month at the Sunapee Middle High School in the music room. Each film starts at 7 p.m. and there is no charge for admission. “Ginger and Cinnamon,” an  Italian film with English subtitles, will be shown on March 19. The Norwegian movie “Troubled Water” follows on March 26. On April 2, a French film–“Welcome”–will be screened and “The Drummer” (Mandarin and Cantonese with English subtitles) on April 16. Funded by the Friends of Abbott Library, the series screens award winning independent and foreign films selected by Film Movement, and each film is available for loan from the Sunapee library following its screening. For more info, visit the library website.

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  1. No matter which side you were on with the future of Abbott Library and its trustees, it is high time for civility.

    With existing, new, and returning trustees coming together, our citizens deserve civil and respectful discourse, a deliberative body that listens to the people with an open mind, and a group of people (read: trustees) who seek to solve problems not create them.

    There remain bruised egos and dashed hopes, but in the end what matters most is for these adults to start acting like adults and stop all these “gotcha” moments.

    To each trustee: you represent us all. I fully expect you to serve with professional and responsible demeanor.

    Now is the time to get on with the people’s business no matter what side you have been on.

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