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Rimbey library set for summer fun

The Rimbey Municipal Library has a packed schedule of events for all ages until the end of summer

The Rimbey Municipal Library has events lined up until the end of summer.

There are movies scheduled for Thursday nights throughout remainder of July and August.

“Dumbo” will hit the screen on July 25, followed by “Missing Link” on Aug. 1.

The weekly event will be rounded out with “Ugly Dolls”, “Toy Story”, “Pokémon: The First Movie”, and “The Secret Life of Pets 2” will be the final showing on Aug. 29.

All movies are sponsored by the Rimbey Lions and are free. Popcorn and pop will be served for $2.

August will also bring the library’s third annual Dive in Movie at the Rimbey Aquatic Centre.

The free showing of “Big Fat Liar”, sponsored by Servus Credit Union, is at 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.

Moreover, a Ladies’ Tea is planned for Aug. 11 at the library. Those looking to attend must pre-register.

Throughout the remainder of the summer, the Rimbey Library Booster Society will be selling tickets for the Boatload of Booze Raffle.

Proceeds from the raffle will support the Rimbey Library DVD shelving/collection.

The raffle draw will be made on Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. at Hawk Tail Brewery.

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