Get a dose of slap-stick comedy

Laugh along with the local chapter of the Laurel and Hardy film society.

The international society dedicated to the appreciation of the slim, English Stan Laurel and rotund, American Oliver Hardy is known as the Sons of the Desert. It is named for one of the comedy duo's films.

Tonight the group presents “Flying Deuces” from 1939, along with two short films, “Yes, Yes, Nanette” (1925) and “On the Loose” (1927), at 7 at Old City Hall, 205 W. Main St., Jacksonville.

Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30. Call 541-899-9110 for more information.

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