Cary Grant in Library; Budget Hearing
Matinee film series starring Cary Grant continues at 2 pm; appropriations committee holds annual budget hearing; Chamber to network, cut ribbon at Grapes & Grains liquor store.
A May matinee film series on Cary Grant hosted by librarian and film buff Doug Swiszcz continues today at 2 pm in the Barrington Public Library auditorium. Grant stars in “The Philadelphia Story,” a story about a socialite (Katharine Hepburn) who plans to remarry, but not if her ex-husband (Grant) can help it.
Network with fellow business professionals at Grapes & Grains on Bosworth Street starting at 5:30 pm after the East Bay Chamber of Commerce cuts a ribbon at the new liquor store at 5:15 pm.
The Town Museum operated by the Barrington Preservation Society in the lower level of the library is open from 11 am to 4 pm for viewing of its exhibits and collection and the recording of oral histories.
Love to knit? Join with fellow knitters at the weekly 10 am session at the Barrington Senior Center in the lower level of the library building.