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Fri., June 21, 2013, midnight

“October Baby” Inspired by real events, this heart-warming film was released in 2011. Free snacks provided. Friday, 7 p.m., Lidgerwood Presbyterian Church, 4449 N. Nevada St. Free. (509) 487-9667.

$1 Summer Movies Express Two movies to choose from at 10 a.m. Portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Will Rogers Institute. Tuesday-Wednesday, “Alvin and the Chipmunks 3” (G) and “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” (PG). Two locations: Riverstone Stadium Regal Theater, 2416 Old Mill Loop, Coeur d’Alene, (208) 676-8185; Spokane Valley Mall, 14760 E. Indiana Ave., (509) 922-2590.

“G-Dog” “Nothing stops a bullet like a job.” This is the belief of unlikely gang expert Father Boyle, a Jesuit priest also known as G-Dog. He’s the man behind Homeboy Industries, the largest, most successful gang intervention and rehab program in the U.S. Reservations requested to plan for seating. Tuesday, 6 p.m., The Book Parlor, 1425 W. Broadway Ave. Free. (509) 328-6527.

“Exhibition” Experience a global revolution of world-class art, history and biography through the works of the greatest masters of our time. Hosted by art historian Tim Marlow, who will go beyond each gallery with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. At 7:30 p.m. Thursday see a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of the greatest number of Edvard Munch’s works ever, “Munch: Munch 150,” co-hosted by the National Museum and the Munch Museum in Oslo. Regal Cinemas NorthTown, 4750 N. Division St.

“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” Follows the story of Bilbo Baggins as he sets out on an “unexpected journey” to the Lonely Mountain with a spirited group of dwarves to reclaim their stolen mountain home from a dragon named Smaug. This movie stars Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman and Richard Armitage. Free. Freshly popped popcorn provided by Associated Students of the University of Idaho. Thursday, 8:30 p.m., University of Idaho, Theophilius Tower Lawn, 1001 Paradise Creek, Moscow. Free. (208) 885-7251.


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