Getting ready for the Winter Olympics or just love being outdoors this time of year playing sports? No matter what, the library has you covered. Browse our collection of sports videos in the DVD section under Dewey Decimal System number 796. Find videos on ice skating, snowboarding, back country skiing, winter camping and any other sport you can imagine. Don’t see something you think we should have? Make a suggestion at the Information Desk on the first floor. We’re your library.
Overlooked by the Academy for a Best Documentary Feature nomination, Blackfish is a must-see for animal lovers and people against cruelty of any kind. Blackfish follows the plight and abuse of killer whales at institutions like Sea World in Orlando, FL. You’ll never look at a zoo or aquarium in the same way after viewing this essential documentary.
Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon produced The Central Park Five, a PBS documentary which chronicles the five African-American men wrongly accused of raping a white woman in Central Park during the summer of 1989. There’s nothing sensational about this documentary. Just a quiet truth about race relations in our country. Timely especially given the Zimmerman trial last year.
We have a growing collection of Blu-ray disks at both locations. The usual hugely popular Hollywood films comprise most of the collection. However you’ll also find films we feel are so visually stunning, they deserve the Blu-ray experience. David Attenbough’s Planet Earth series from the BBC is a great example.
We’ve got some great new documentaries for you. Click on the title to be taken to the library’s catalog or click “read more” to find out about the film.