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Documentary Lunch: The Lost Gardens of Babylon

Bring a lunch and join us for a free screening of the documentary film The Lost Gardens of Babylon. Despite centuries of digging and searching, no one has ever found a trace of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Is it possible everyone bas been looking in the wrong place? This program begins at noon on Monday, December 16th in Reese Hall. This program is free but please remember that space is limited.

Documentary Lunch: The Windsors

Bring a lunch and join us for a free screening of the documentary film The Windsors: From George to Kate. While most monarchies have crumbled, the British royal family remains essential to the nation's identity. This film begins at noon on Monday, December 23rd in Reese Hall. This screening is free but please remember that space is limited.

Documentary Lunch: Alien Planets

Bring a lunch and join us for a free screening of the documentary film Alien Planets. It's a golden age for planet hunters: NASA's Kepler mission has identified more than 3,500 planets orbiting stars beyond our Sun. This program begins at noon on Monday, December 30th in Reese Hall. This film screening is free but please remember that space is limited.

Documentary Lunch : Birds of the Gods

Bring a lunch and join us for a free screening of the PBS documentary Birds of the Gods. The island of New Guinea in the South Pacific is home to birds so spectacular that the first Europeans to see the birds named them the birds of paradise. The program starts at noon on January 6th in Reese Hall. This program is free but please remember that space is limited.

Movie: Muppet Christmas Carol

Join us on Tuesday, December 17th at 6:3opm in Reese Hall for a free screening of The Muppet Christmas Carol. Dicken's classic story about Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas is told as only the Muppets can tell it. This screening is free but please remember that space is limited.

Documentary Lunch: Julia Child

Bring a lunch and join us on Monday, November 25th at noon for a free screening of the documentary film Julia Child. Her name is synonymous with French cuisine and lively cooking shows. However, it was her love of life and her seemingly endless energy that forever cemented her position as a veritable cultural icon. This program is free but please remember that space is limited.

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