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New Meetup: The last in the Winter Film Series at the North Carolina Museum of Art

From: Dwen
Sent on: Wednesday, February 4, 2009 1:26 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Raleigh Ski and Outing Club!

What: The last in the Winter Film Series at the North Carolina Museum of Art

When: March 27,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: The last in the Winter Film Series at the North Carolina Museum of Art, ?Their First Mistake, Them Thar Hills, Towed in a Hole, Twice Two? [masked])

When: Friday March 27th 6pm (Tickets sold out to the last NCMA movie, so please arrive early enough to purchase your ticket(s) and join us for some cheese and crackers which NCMA provides.)

Art in the Evening: Unwind with us! On Fridays linger with soft jazz and a glass of wine or a microbrew from our lobby wine bar before the film series. Enjoy free docent-led tours at 6:30 p.m. and a stroll through the galleries, or treat yourself to an artful gift from the Museum.
Where: North Carolina Museum of Art, All films are screened in the Museum Auditorium on Fridays at 8 p.m.
Cost: $5 general public; $3.50 students, Museum members, Cinema Inc., and Galaxy Cinema members
Although sometimes considered lesser than Chaplin, Keaton, or Lloyd, Laurel and Hardy were hugely successful comedy stars in both silents and talkies, and remain uproarious crowd pleasers to this day. Oliver Hardy, from small-town Georgia, and Brit Stan Laurel (the comedy brains of the team) somehow meshed perfectly as a team of hapless pals. Here, in four irreplaceable two-reel talking comedies, they adopt a baby, embark on a disastrous camping trip, try to catch fish, and play their own wives. Various Directors. Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy. 80 min., total
If our energies are up to it, we can go to the Edwards Mill Bar & Grill afterwards to wind up the night!

Coordinator: Dwen Andrews-Cita [masked]/[masked]/ [address removed]

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