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The Frank Herbert

Dune Celebration

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The Frank Herbert Dune Celebration

Dune (1984) - with presentation by City Lights Cinemas on Dune film

TUESDAY OCT 12 - 3:30 + 6:30 PM

See the 1984 David Lynch classic Dune on the big screen, and discover the tumultuous journey to bring it to cinemas, along with its ties to some of the biggest hits in cinema history.  Stand alone film playing at 12:30 without a presentation.

Tickets Available Here for Tuesday, Oct 12 @ 3:30 PM

Tickets Available Here for Tuesday, Oct 12 @ 6:30 PM

DUNE (2021) - PLUS EXCLUSIVE FILMED INTRO WITH BYRON MERRITT, FRANK HERBERT'S GRANDSON

THURSDAY, OCT 21 & FRIDAY, OCT 22 - 7:00 PM

The grandson of Frank Herbert, who was a consultant on the new Dune film, talks about the legacy of Dune and Florence. Short film produced by City Lights Cinemas and Siuslaw Public Library.

Tickets Available Here for Thursday, Oct 21 @ 7 PM

Tickets Available Here for Friday, Oct 22 @ 7 PM

DUNE (2021) - WITH PRESENTATION BY OREGON DUNES RESTORATION COLLABORATIVE

SATURDAY, OCT 23 - 3:30 PM

Learn about Herbert’s history with Florence’s dunes from those who are taking the lead on efforts to save them.

Tickets Available Here for Saturday, Oct 23 @ 3:30 PM

DUNE (2021) , IN-THEATER BOOK CLUB WITH SIUSLAW PUBLIC LIBRARY

SUNDAY, OCT 24 - 3:30 PM

Contrast the book and the film from page to screen in an open discussion led by library director Meg Spencer. Both the novel and the new graphic novel are available at the library and City Lights Cinemas.

Tickets Available Here for Sunday, Oct 24 @ 3:30 PM

ONLINE BOOK CLUB WITH THE SIUSLAW PUBLIC LIBRARY

THURSDAY, NOV 4 - 10:30 AM

Discuss the themes and the meaning of the Dune with the library’s regular virtual book club. Contact ref@siuslawlibrary.org or call 541-997-3132 for meeting details.

THE FRANK HERBERT COLLECTION

ALL MONTH

See rare items from the Frank Herbert collection, from books, film memorabilia, and art, all of which were donated to the Siuslaw Public Library District by Herbert’s family. See displays at both the Florence branch, as well as City Lights Cinemas.