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Free movie screenings at West Fargo Library tell veteran stories

Free movie screenings at West Fargo Library tell veteran stories

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WEST FARGO — This month, the West Fargo Public Library is sharing veteran stories on the big screen.

The West Fargo Library’s Monday Matinee free movie screenings start at 1:30 p.m. every Monday afternoon. Each screening is free and open to the public, however, limited seating is available.

This month’s films — “Dunkirk,” “DOG,” “12 Strong,” and “The Post” — tell a range of stories based on veteran experiences. For more information about the films, visit westfargolibrary.org/movies.

The library plans to continue the Monday Matinee program into the new year, with themes for the coming months including films based on books, biographies of famous musicians, Black History Month, stories of influential women, sports movies, and more.

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