The Cariboo Regional District Library is hosting a free family film matinee of the popular movie Paddington on Saturday, Nov. 16 for children and their families. Photo submitted.

CRD Library showing Paddington Nov. 16

Gather up your children and come out to this free family event

Darren Smith

Special to The Tribune

For our November Family Film Matinée, we will be screening Paddington on Nov. 16 at the Cariboo Regional District Library.

This film, based on the character created by Michael Bond and was released in 2014 starring Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins and the wonderful Julie Walters. It actually gives a back story to our marmalade-loving Peruvian bear and explains how he ends up in Paddington Station in London.

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The adventure continues with his adoption by the Brown family and a dangerous villain played with delightful relish by Nicole Kidman. This wonderfully funny and joyful film is rated G so great for the whole family.

Don’t forget, the screening is free, as are the snacks and refreshments that are provided. Hope to see you there!



patrick.davies@wltribune.com

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