It’s that time of year to kick back, enjoy the sunshine and on a super hot day — cool off 
with a good movie.

Mayor Jimmy Davis invites the community to head over to Bayonne Public Library for 
your pick of nine different summer flicks.

With the exception of July 5 (no film shown), since that date falls during the July 4 holiday, 
the free series is held most Wednesdays through August 16 at 1pm — in the O’Connor Gallery on the second floor of the library.

The building is located at 31st Street and Avenue C.

Award winners and nominees are among the films to be shown, as well as a selection of children’s movies that are not just for kids.

The films geared specifically toward children will be shown July 26 through August 16. Youngsters attending those films must be accompanied by an adult. No children will be admitted for the adult selections.

The following films will be shown on Wednesdays:

June 14: Young Frankenstein. Rating: PG. Running time: 1 hr. 46 minutes.

June 21: Hidden Figures. Rating: PG. Running time: 2 hrs. 7 minutes.

June 28: Singing in the Rain. Rating: PG. Running time: 1 hr. 43 minutes.

July 12: La La Land. Rating: PG-13. Running time: 2hrs. 8 minutes.

July 19: Fences. Rating: PG-13. Running time: 2 hrs. 19 minutes.

July 26: Beauty and The Beast. Rating: PG. Running time: 2 hrs. 9 minutes.

August 2: Trolls. Rating: PG. Running time: 1 hr. 32 minutes.

August 9: Boss Baby. Rating: PG. Running time: 1 hr. 37 minutes.

August 16: Sing. Rating: PG. Running time: 1 hr. 48 minutes.

“Young Frankenstein” is being shown as a tribute to Gene Wilder, who plays Dr. Frankenstein 
in the film.

“Singing in the Rain” is being presented as a tribute to Debbie Reynolds, who plays Cathy Selden in the movie.

Wilder and Reynolds both passed away in 2016.