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2013-2014 Family Film Series

 

Cinderella

Cinderella 

Saturday, Jan 18, 2014

11 am

Admission: $3.00

Walt Disney's classic animated rags-to-riches tale is certain to captivate you as you relive the story of Cinderella who is helped by a plucky band of mice and her fairy godmother to overcome the plotting of her evil stepmother and stepsisters and attend the handsome prince's ball.


CINDERELLA is Disney magic at its best.

Bringing to life this classic fairy tale about a girl mistreated by her step-family is grand entertainment for all. Joyous songs, heart-breaking suspense and, of course, the happy ending, make this film one you will never forget.

Join us in the lobby after the show for lunch and craft fun!
Lunch: $3.00 includes a main dish, side and beverage
Crafts: special project is $1.00. Other crafts, coloring sheets and activities available for free.

Walt Disney
Rated G
75 minutes
1950

  generate print-friendly
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