by Kristin CasaleReporterStow -- While the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library may seem an unlikely place to watch a movie, facility staff members hope to change that perception.According to Lydia Gamble, the head of the library's children's department, the facility is scheduled to host its first family movie night Feb. 14 at 7 p.m.She said the library continues to function as a place that encourages reading. However, Gamble said, staff members hope to provide patrons with a variety of ways to use the library. "Part of our mission statement is that we have to educate and entertain as well," she said. "If we can bring families together, it's wonderful for us to provide that."Which movie will be shown is a surprise, but the film recently was released on video, she said, stating the movie should last approximately 90 minutes.The library is unable to release the name of the movie before the event due to copyright restrictions, but the film is appropriate for all ages, said Gamble."We're hoping [the event] is successful," she said, stating staff members hope to schedule additional movie nights in the future. Gamble recommended attendees arrive in the children's room for the movie early because attendance is limited to 100 people.Special "Spike the Turtle" numbered passes will be handed out for those who hope to attend beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the night of the movie, she said, stating the passes will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.The movie will be shown in the library's upstairs meeting room. Children can bring a pillow or a small blanket if they would like to watch the movie while sitting on the floor. Gamble said she hopes patrons also take the time to check out a few books while they are at the library for the film.For more information, call the children's department at 330-688-3295.E-mail: kcasale@recordpub.comPhone: 330-686-3917