The Houston Public Library is celebrating Women’s History Month with a “Story to Screen” outdoor movie night. Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow and HPL will be hosting an evening full of fun entertainment and a movie featuring the classic, “A League of Their Own.”

The evening will begin with live music by Houston’s longtime favorite all-girl band, “Mydolls.”   There will also be a sing-a-long to some of Madonna’s classics and great food from local food trucks. The event, which will be held Thursday, March 31, is free and open to the public.

About Alamo Drafthouse

The Alamo Drafthouse was founded in Austin, Texas by Tim and Karrie League who were driven by a simple passion for watching movies and enjoying food and beer. The first theater was a fairly simple one-screen operation that initially featured second-run titles at discount rates. Today the Alamo Drafthouse is expanding and opening both company-owned and franchise locations across the United States. Currently there are theaters throughout Texas in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, New Braunfels, Dallas, Lubbock and El Paso. Theaters across the country include Winchester, VA, Yonkers, NY, Kansas City, MO, Denver, CO, and Ashburn, VA.

About the Houston Public Library

The Houston Public Library (HPL) operates 35 neighborhood libraries, four HPL Express Libraries, a Central Library, the Houston Metropolitan Research Center, the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, The African American Library at the Gregory School, and the Parent Resource Library located in the Children’s Museum of Houston. With more than eight million visits per year in person and online, HPL is committed to excellent customer service and equitable access to information and programs by providing library customers with free use of a diverse collection of printed materials and electronic resources, Internet, laptop and computer use, and a variety of database and reference resources with live assistance online 24/7.