Tompkins Public Library Explores Human Origins

new-poster-8x11-human-origins-graphics-standardThe Tompkins County Public Library launches their three month exploration of what it means to be human on Tuesday, November 29 at 7 pm with a special ONE NIGHT ONLY screening of the first episode of the PBS series, “First Peoples.”

Co-presented by WSKG and the PRI, the FREE screening is just one of many community events taking place from November through February in conjunction with the opening of Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean to Be Human?, a Smithsonian/American Library Association traveling exhibit, which will be on display at the library through the end of December. Find our more at

TODAY'S SHOWTIMES Saturday August 19, 2017

13 Minutes (114 R) 2:00PM  7:05PM  
Maudie (115 PG-13) 4:25PM  
Brigsby Bear (100 PG-13) 2:30PM  4:50PM  7:10PM  9:30PM  
Step (84 PG) 2:15PM  4:30PM  7:20PM  9:20PM  
The Glass Castle (127 PG-13) 1:40PM  4:15PM  6:50PM  9:25PM