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Bayonne Library Announces Lineup of Free Summer Movies


BAYONNE, NJ – The Bayonne Public Library will offer a series of free movies this summer and has released the schedule of the screenings.

The movies will be shown at 1 p.m. on most Wednesdays through Aug. 17 in the O’Connor Gallery, second floor of the library, 31st Street and Avenue C. 

The films will include Academy Award winning actors and nominees.

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The series will also include children’s movies that may interest anyone. Youngsters attending the children’s films must be accompanied by an adult. No children will be admitted for the adult selections. 

The film slate, with ratings, is: June 22, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” PG-13; June 29, “The Big Short,” R; July 13, “The Martian,” PG-13; July 20, “Brooklyn,” PG-13; July 27, “Hotel Transylvania,” PG; Aug. 3, “Minions,” PG; Aug. 10, “The Peanuts Movie,” G; Aug. 17, “Inside Out,” PG.

No film will be shown on Wednesday, July 6, because of the July 4 holiday week.

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