The New Castle Public Library and the Historic Warner Cascade Theater Museum are proud to present the Holiday Movie Series that takes place throughout the month of December.

Watch Christmas classics on the big screen at the premier Warner Theater located at 11 S. Mill St.

Seating is extremely limited for these beloved holiday movie classics which will be shown on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at noon in the museum. All films are free and on a first come, first served basis as there are only 39 seats. After the movie, take a moment to visit the Warner Theater Historical Museum. The mural on the outside can be used as a backdrop for a photo op.

The films program is:

December 7 – It’s a Wonderful Life

December 8 – White Christmas

December 9 – Scrooge (musical)

December 14 – Scrooged

December 15 – Elf

December 16 – Home alone

December 21 – Polar Express

December 22 – Frosty the Snowman and a Charlie Brown Christmas

December 23 – Christmas at Radio City Music Hall

“The museum is always looking for volunteers to serve as tour guides, called ‘docents’,” said Gerry Kern, chairman of the museum’s board. “The docents should be willing to learn more about the museum’s mission and history, and then explain the peculiarities of the museum to visitors.”

The historic Warner Cascade Theater is located in the recognized historic structure where, on February 2, 1907, the Warner Brothers opened their very first theater – The Cascade – which can seat just 99 patrons with chairs borrowed from a local funeral home. The company launched the careers of the four most iconic brothers in cinema, Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack.

The brothers, who grew up in Youngstown, chose New Castle as their starting point for their business because of their success in showing Edison’s “The Great Train Robbery” at the Lawrence County Fair.

Groups can contact Gerry Kern at [email protected] for additional hours or for more information.