Going to the movies with toddlers can be challenging. Between keeping your fingers crossed that they remain calm throughout a film to the frequent bathroom breaks that come from having tiny bladders, actually getting two hours to relax and enjoy a feature is nearly impossible. Watching movies at home is always an option, but even with the latest and greatest in surround sound and the highest definition television, you still miss out on the moving-going experience. This is exactly why PAMP holds Family Movie Nights two to three times a year.
PAMP movie nights are a great way to get the family out of the house, mingle with other PAMP parents, have dinner and enjoy a feature film. Bring a towel or mat and your own drinks – even alcohol – and PAMP will provide the pizza and snacks for the low price of $5 for adults and $2.50 for children over 1, making movie night an easy option for budget-friendly, family fun.
On March 3 at 6:20 p.m. (doors open at 6) PAMP will screen Finding Dory at the Mitchell Park Community Center, where everyone’s favorite blue fish searches for her long-long parents and learns about friendship and the real meaning of family along the way. Animated by the Disney-Pixar team in 2016, Finding Dory is rated PG and runs just over an hour and a half.
Make sure you register by 10 p.m. on THURSDAY, March 2 so we can make sure we order enough pizza to feed everyone, and we’ll see you at the movies!