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College offers public education movies at lunch

Friday, July 13, 2018

Clatsop Community College Library is sponsoring a lunchtime summer movie series.

The public is urged to bring a lunch to the library lounge and watch an educational film of less than 60 minutes.

The library will screen each movie twice per week, at noon on Tuesdays and at 1 p.m. Thursdays.

“Digital Addicts,” July 17 and 19: The movie is about kids as young as 3 becoming addicted to mobile phones and the dangers to children of platforms such as Snapchat and Facebook.

“Weird Wonders of the World,” July 24 and 26: Some of nature’s oddest creatures are explored.

“Body Language Decoded,” July 31 and Aug. 2: A primer on reading the signals others give us involuntarily.

“The Island” and “Resist,” Aug. 7 and 9: Two short films, the first about the 50 million crabs that migrate on Christmas Island and the second about San Francisco’s fight with President Trump over undocumented migrants.

“Clean Eating: The Dirty Truth,” Aug. 14 and 16: The film separates fact from fiction about “clean” eating regimens.

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