We are into what is probably the busiest time of year. In this "Holy Day" season, when there is so much going on, it's easy to get caught up in all the "stuff." Set aside some time this weekend and take a break Saturday night - join the Blanco Film Society for a viewing of NOEL.
NOEL is not your average holiday fare.
It's Christmas Eve in New York City, and an interesting cast of characters are playing out their personal dramas on an emotionally loaded day.
Facing the loneliness that can occur in this time of the year, this film bravely seeks to offer an alternative to the "perfect holiday." NOEL brings a true sense of the perfect connectedness and the Mystery and Beauty of Life, instead.
A wonderful holiday feature with an all-star cast, NOEL stars Susan Sarandon, Penelope Cruz, and Alan Arkin in a story about love, compassion, forgiveness, and miracles. It explores spirituality at every turn, and leaves you pondering many of life's biggest questions.
The Blanco Film Society, a non-profit organization, shows movies on the second and fourth Saturday evenings each month (We only have one movie in December, because of Christmas). Please join us at 7:30 PM this Saturday night at the Blanco Library (Main St between 11th and 12th streets).
Admission is by donation, or your whole household can attend any or all the movies for an entire year for a membership fee of $20. Also, the Film Society is looking for volunteers for next Spring. If you'd like to participate in some way, please contact Sherri or Susan at Real Foods Market on the Blanco Square. 833-2483.