Mondays have become synonymous with Free Movie Nights at a couple local libraries. The Logan Library is one venue for not only free movies but free popcorn too. Jason Cornelius, librarian in charge of Adult Fiction, told KVNU that Movie Night has been going strong for a couple years now.
He says the library is subscribed to a service where they have a public viewing license that gives them access to a bunch of movies. They try to find ones they think would be interesting and try to pick a variety of movies that would be popular with different people.
Cornelius said although attendance has been good for all film showings, the animated family films tend to draw a little better. With Summer Citizens arriving, he said a few more older ones are expected to take advantage of Movie Night.
The North Logan Library too has been having their own FREE Monday Movie night (with free popcorn) for about eight months now. Library director Adam Winger says, as is the case with Logan Library, the family-oriented films seem to be the most popular.
But he says they may be adding another movie night during the summer with films geared a little bit more to the college-age crowd or a date-night movie for adults. Winger said they also plan to rent out a theater for opening night of the new Avengers movie.
You can get more information on Movie Nights at <a href=”http://library.loganutah.org”>library.loganutah.org</a> and <a href=”http://www.northloganlibrary.org/movie-mondays/” target=”_blank”>northloganlibrary.org/movie-mondays/</a>