You may think you'd never let your kids out of the house in pajamas, but this summer you might reconsider. Friends of the Weston Library is sponsoring "Pajama Pictures" movie nights, and children are invited to come in nighties and bring a blanket. Water and buttery popcorn will be served.
"We decided we wanted to do something for little kids in the summer," said Leslie Geller, president of the Friends of the Weston Library. "The kids can come in PJs and lie on the floor."
The films will be shown at the library from 6 to around 7:30 p.m. on Mondays in July. There will be no screenings on July 5.
"How to Eat Fried Worms" is the film for July 12. On July 19, "The Sword in the Stone" will be shown, followed by "The Indian in the Cupboard" on July 26.
A parent or guardian must stay in the building while the movie is being played.
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