Crowd of Kids Continue to Attend the Cathedral City’s Free Summer Kids Film Series – This Week’s Film is “Ice Age: Collision Course”
Each week, the crowds continue to grow for Cathedral City Kids Summer Film Series. This past Friday morning, 196 moms, dads, and children came to watch “Home” for free thanks to the advocacy of the Parks and Community Events Commission and Councilmember John Aguilar who provided $1,500 of his discretionary funds to make it all possible. We were also thrilled to have a group of children from Cathedral City Boys and Girls Club attend.
It takes a group of community volunteers to check-in the attendees, provide directions, and overall guidance. Our community helpers were Commissioners Diane Hines and Thommy Kocan, as well as community residents Sue Townsley, Mel Webster, Laurie Holk, and Public Arts Commissioner Alan Carvalho. Welcoming remarks given prior to the movie came from Councilmember Shelley Kaplan and Commissioner Diane Hines.
Join us this Friday, July 28, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. for the free film series featuring the animated blockbuster, “Ice Age: Collision Course.” Get your free Priority Line Pass at any of the following four locations in Cathedral City:
Bambino’s Pizzeria, 69040 E Palm Canyon Drive, Suite #A (Near Big Lots)
Cathedral City Public Library, 33520 Date Palm Drive
La Michoacana Ice Cream Parlor, 27765 Landau Blvd., Suite #106
Sonic Drive-In, 30-777 Date Palm Drive
Limited seating. You may still attempt to go to the film series without a Priority Line Pass, but you will be placed in a standby line. Once the Priority Line Pass section is empty, those waiting in the standby line will be admitted if seats are still available.
For more information about the free movie program, go to: https://www.discovercathedralcity.com/event/free-kids-summer-film-series/2017-07-28