The “Children’s Sunday Movie Matinee” Committee has scheduled the first Sunday Matinee for children of all ages in the Upper Hall at the Odd Fellows Hall: Sunday. September 3. Doors open at 12:47 p.m., old-time cartoons will start at 1:01 p.m. and the feature film will begin at 1:17 p.m. All Odd times. The film is a classic: The original 1971 “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate factory” starring Gene Wilder. Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and the whole family. Our Sunday Movie Matinees are open not only to Odd Fellows and Pledges, but also to the general community – invite your friends and neighbors. Admission is free (although donations are accepted). There are no parking restrictions on Sundays.
In addition to the cartoons and feature film, we will have a snack bar where you and the kids can purchase ice cream, juice and chocolate. Come by the Lodge on September 3 to see the debut of our new Big Screen Projection System in the Upper Hall.
Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and neighbors. This is not just for Odd Fellows and Pledges – it is open to the general public. It is free of charge (although small donations at the door are gratefully accepted). The attached poster (created by Chuck White) gives all the details, including start times. We will offer a number of snacks for sale at the Matinee, including ice cream, juice and chocolate. Come to the Upper Hall to enjoy our new big screen projection system. It is bigger and better than the one we have in the Lower Hall.
Members of the Children’s Sunday Movie Matinee Committee are Jean-Paul Montreuil, Juelie Roggli, Beth Dovi, Lea Rosenberg, Marisa Browne, Kelli O’Day, Lisa Salinas, and me.
No RSVP’s – just come by for the first Children’s Sunday Movie Matinee at the Lodge on Sunday, September 3.