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2013-2014 Family Film Series

The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything

Veggie Tales: The Pirates Who Don't Do Anyting

Saturday, February 15, 2014

11 am

Admission: $3.00

Three of the animated Veggie Tales pals want to quit their day jobs and fulfill their dream of taking the stage and putting on the best and biggest pirate show anyone has ever seen. With their laziness and lack of self-confidence, it doesn't seem destined to happen but things change when a mysterious artifact launches them back to the 17th Century and they become pirates on the high seas.

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.

 

Universal Pictures
Rated G
85 minutes
2008

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