Catch a free flick at the library

  • Herald staff
  • Friday, January 11, 2013 2:23pm
  • LifeMovies

A rainy (or snowy?) Sunday afternoon is a great time to hunker down in the library for a free movie.

The Everett Public Library’s monthly offering Sunday is “The Piano in a Factory,” a touching, award-winning Chinese movie about a father’s efforts to keep custody of his daughter.

The daughter, a musician, has said she will choose the parent who can provide her with a piano. This begins the father’s improbable quest to provide the instrument he cannot afford. He recruits his friends to help him make one from scraps of steel.

The film is not rated but is intended for adult audiences.

It will be shown from 2 to 4 p.m. in the library’s main auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett.

Call 425-257-8000 or go to for more information.

More in Life

Thai cookbook “Bangkok” brings it in Piglet Tournament face-off

In round three of Food52’s NCAA-like competition, “Bangkok” beats out “Auentico.”

Former TV journalist opens coffee, gelato and wine business

The Newsroom in Mill Creek also features events such as dancing and board game sessions.

A Snohomish chef charts a course to fresh and local cuisine

Whether he’s cooking or teaching, Cody Castiglia is committed to seasonal, local ingredients.

Family friendly events in Snohomish County and beyond

FUN & GAMES Native Culture Night: Skykomish Valley Indian Education families invite… Continue reading

‘13 Reasons Why’ cast issues video to air ahead of each season

The series tackles controversial issues that might not be for everyone.

Kelly Kate Warren: An injury ends her PCT hike

She was chosen by the Pacific Crest Trail Association to be a P3 representative for them, promoting positive trail etiquette.

Average black bean dip, improved: This one’s smoky and warm

It’s like a magnet as an appetizer at a party, but it also makes for a playful and nutritious meal.

‘Crown’ production company apologizes amid salary controversy

New York Daily News The production company behind “The Crown” has apologized… Continue reading

Most Read