Briefs…

Movie Monday

Monday Night Movies at the Warren Public Library will continue Nov. 18. This free event will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Slater Room on the third floor of the library. Complimentary popcorn will be available. This week’s PG-13 rated, 148 minute film stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, and Diane Lane. Superman flies back onto the big screen in this Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures production directed by Zack Snyder, produced by Christopher Nolan and featuring a screenplay by David Goyer. Born on the alien planet of Krypton, Kal-El is sent by his parents to live on planet Earth, where he is given the name Clark by kindly farmer Jonathan Kent and his wife, Martha, who raise him as if he were their own son. As a young boy, Clark displays incredible superpowers that instill him with a profound sense of personal responsibility. Later, the amiable Clark becomes a reporter for the Metropolis newspaper “The Daily Planet,” and strikes up a friendship with crackerjack journalist Lois Lane. But when his new world is attacked by a force that humans are powerless to defend themselves against, Clark assumes the identity of Superman and fights to protect the entire human race. Call the library at 723-4650 for the exact title of this and other movies in this series as the library’s movie license does not permit listing the titles of movies outside the library.

Polka Sunday

The Slovenian Polka Boosters will dance from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Ridgway Moose Club. Ray Skovinski of Avonmore, Pa., will provide music for all types of dancing. The public is invited. For information call John or Pat Moore at 837-9218.

Class to lunch

Warren High School Class of 1946 will have lunch at noon Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Conewango Club, Market St., Warren.

Discuss Alzheimer’s

A program on Alzheimer’s disease will be presented by Tim Juliano from Northwest Health Connections at the Allegheny Community Center, 42 Clark St., from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in the older adult. At this program, participants will learn useful strategies for successful communication with a person who has Alzheimer’s disease, and safety concerns.