“The Trouble With Cali” To Be Screened Friday, February 12th; Reservations Required


Albright Memorial Library will be hosting its first in-house screening of the controversial film The Trouble With Cali on Friday, February 12th at 6 PM in the Community Room (basement of Lackawanna County Children’s Library).

The Trouble With Cali will kick off the library film series Albright After Hours, a selection of movies that have had a local and/or national impact on popular culture.  The series will also screen the 1970 cult classic Beyond the Valley of the Dolls on Friday, February 26th at 6 PM.

The film is intended for mature audiences only.

Reservations are required to attend the screening, and seating is limited.  

The event is free with your library card.

Being that the Children’s Library will be closed when Cali screens, please use the side entrance in Dix Court to get to the Community Room.

Refreshments will be generously provided by The Friends of Scranton Public Library.

For more information, or to register, please contact Bill at (570) 348-3000, x3008 or email; you may also register online on the Events page at 

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