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January Cinem@ MFPL

All movies shown at the library are free! No need to call or sign up, and you can bring your own snacks and beverages (covered please). Admission is free to all, based on the movie’s rating. Please be advised, we can only seat 80 comfortably, so please get here early.

Gone Girl (2014)

  • Tuesday, January 20 at 2:15pm
  • Thursday, January 22 at 6:00pm

Starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike. Under the scrutiny of the media frenzy surrounding his wife’s disappearance, Nick’s portrayal of their happy marriage quickly falls apart. Soon his lies and strange behavior lead everyone to wonder: Did he kill Amy? Directed by David Fincher. Rated R, 149 minutes.

Magic in the Moonlight (2014)

  • Tuesday, January 20 at 6:00pm
  • Thursday, January 22 at 2:15pm

Starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone. After dedicating his life to revealing fraudulent spiritualists, Stanley meets his match. While spending time with Sophie, he slowly begins to believe she may actually be able to communicate with the other world. Directed by Woody Allen. Rated PG-13, 97 minutes.

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Winter Break Movies

Muppet Christmas Carol

The musical holiday favorite featuring a cast of Muppet characters performing the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge. (120 minutes; Rated G)

11:00AM December 26 & 29

Dolphin Tale 2

A Caring Group of People Help a Dolphin With a Damaged Tail, In this Sequel to The 2011 Hit Film. (107 minutes; Rated PG)

11:00AM December 27 & January 2

Nuttiest Nutcracker

An animated spoof of The Nutcracker Ballet, featuring a zany cast of characters, many of whom are fruits, vegetables, and nuts, who help Marie and the prince regain the kingdom from the evil Mouse King. (48 minutes; Rated G)

11:00AM December 30 & January 3 (Part of a double feature)

The Snowman

A young boy’s snowman comes to life, and escorts him on a magical flying trip to the North Pole, in this film taken from the picture book by Raymond Briggs. (26 minutes; Rated G)

11:00AM December 30 & January 3 (Part of a double feature)

New Library Resource

Gale Courses

Beginning in January, every Waukesha County library cardholder will have access to Gale Courses!

Patrons will have access to hundreds of instructor-led online courses covering everything from health and wellness to creative writing, computer programming, GED test preparation and much more. Gale Courses are developed by expert instructors, many of whom are currently working at universities around the country.

These classes usually cost $99, but will be offered to Waukesha County residents for free!

Visit wcfls.org/classes to browse class listings and sign up for courses beginning in January.

Social Networking @ MFPL

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Shop Amazon and help the Library

Do you shop at Amazon? If so, you can help the library at no cost to yourself!

Click on any of the Amazon links located throughout this website or the library's catalog for more information.

Speak Up for Your Library

Speak Up for Your Library

We know you value the Menomonee Falls Public Library. Each time you attend one of our many programs, use a computer or check out a book, movie or music CD you make a continued investment in MFPL. And for that we'd like to thank you.

But the time has come for you to speak up and lend your voice in support!

Increasingly in today's political and economic climate, there are times when this library needs your voice, or when the libraries of the Waukesha County Federated Library System need your help.

Add your voice to the growing chorus! Click here to Speak Up for Your Library.

Public Domain eBooks

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Over 15,000 titles found in the public domain are now available in one place.

This downloadable collection of ePub books can be viewed on most eReaders, including Sony eReaders and the Nook. However, these eBooks will not work with Amazon's Kindle.

Start browsing the collection.

To view these eBooks on a computer, you will need to download and install Adobe Digital Editions.

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