Moonlight Movie Tour is back

Interior Savings Credit Union to sponsor movie in Clearwater on July 27

The summer season isn’t complete without a movie under the stars. The highly anticipated Interior Savings Moonlight Movie Tour is back. They will be stopping in 11 communities from Okanagan Falls to Lillooet, and are inviting you to join them for this family-friendly event.

Not only is the Moonlight Movie Tour a ton of fun, but it’s also an opportunity to help make a difference in your community. Attendance at the event is by donation, with all proceeds going to local programs and services that support youth and mental wellness.

Here’s everything you need to know:

• Movie: Lego Batman.

• Admission: Suggested donation of $3 per person or $10 per family.

• Time: Festivities begin at 7 p.m. with a concession stand and activities for the whole family. The movie begins at dusk.

• What you should bring: Bring some cash for admission and for the tasty snacks you’ll be able to purchase at the concession stand.

With anticipated cooler temperatures in the evening, you’ll want to pack some warm clothes. Blankets and pillows are always a nice touch and will help you create maximum comfort.

Dates in the North Thompson Valley:

July 26 at Fadear Park in Barriere – fundraising for the Barriere Skate Park.

July 27 in the field at Clearwater Secondary School – fundraising for the Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club.

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