Doors open at 6:00 pm with a children’s short at 6:15 and the main movie at 7. Free admission. Volunteers will be selling popcorn, candy and other movie fare. Bring blankets and pillows or sit in our chairs. This is an all ages event. Bring your friends, family and neighbors.
Children’s Movie Hint: In this 1970 26 minute short, Horton the Elephant struggles to protect a microscopic community from his neighbors who refuse to believe it exists.
Movie hint: In this 2011 G (96 minutes) feature, when Blu, a domesticated macaw from small-town Minnesota, meets the fiercely independent Jewel, he takes off on an adventure to Rio de Janeiro with this bird of his dreams.
Elections were held at the last HPIC Board meeting, with the board being sworn in by Martha. Pictured from left to right is Nickie Jostol (Secretary), Billy Stauffer (Trustee), Rhonda Smith (President), Julie Schickling (Treasurer), Christie Sjostrom (Trustee), Blair Johnson (Trustee), Martha Mallet (Board Member Emeritus – performed the swearing in), Kay Kirkpatrick (Trustee) and Theresa Beaulieu (Trustee).
Not in the picture above is Gretchen Heiden (Vice President).
Friday, March 6th, doors open at 6 pm.
Poster courtesy of Rich Lehl Design
Karaoke begins at 7:30, so practice up! You can confirm your favorite songs will be available by checking Baby Ketten’s songbook at babykettenkaraoke.com or book.babyketten.com. We were having some difficulty with the first link and added the second one which goes straight to their songbook.
Draft beer, wine and Nicole’s Kiss the Blarney Stone cocktail! As always, we offer a wide assortment of non-alcoholic beverages as well.
HPIC has sidewalk repairs over the next two weeks. We will do our best to have the parking lot accessible, but walking is always encouraged.
Green Guidance – Walking or bicycling to the event is encouraged. It’s green, it makes the neighbors happier and provides a safe walk home!
Parental Guidance – There are toys and games set up on tables. Parents, please be aware of your child’s activities. Activities such as ball throwing and chasing games are discouraged.
Pictures from the event, courtesy of Peter de Lory: