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Outdoor Movie Night

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**IN CASE OF RAIN**


The forecast is looking grim for Friday. However, WE WILL STILL HAVE THE EVENT. We will be moving the event in the Worship Center in the event of rain. Still bring your own blankets and chairs because we will be putting all of the chairs to the side so you can relax!

We will have free popcorn and the Organically Mooed Food Truck will be selling ice cream and other yummy snacks! You are more than welcome to bring your own snacks as well!

Parking will be available on the upper and side parking lots at DEC. 

We will begin the evening at 7:30PM. The movie should end around 9:30PM.

 


Join us for some family fun at our outdoor movie night! Bring your chairs, blankets, snacks, and friends for a fun night featuring "The Greatest Showman". We'll have some drinks and movie snacks for you, but you are more than welcome to bring your own snacks to enjoy!

Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

Parking will be available on the upper and side parking lots at DEC. 

We will begin the evening at 7:30PM. The movie should end around 9:30PM.

WATCH A SCENE FROM THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, "THIS IS ME"!

Focus on the Family's Plugged In review

"Hugh Jackman, who stars as P.T. Barnum here, recently compared the iconic character he portrays to "Elon Musk or Steve Jobs." Like those men, Barnum was truly an innovator. He constantly challenged the rules of traditional society, creating an unprecedented world of wonder as he invited audiences to gaze into the great and the unknown, the majestic and the mysterious. "Comfort," he opined, was "the enemy of progress." 

Barnum's extravagant circus performances appealed to huge audiences. But those shows also generated criticism from some who felt the great showman's work was nothing but an immoral spectacle. The Greatest Showman paints a portrait of the metaphorical tightrope P.T. Barnum walked, and we're drawn into his mesmerizing world where dreams take flight. There, all individuals have value, family is esteemed highly, and fidelity is shown to be the bedrock of marriage. 

It's a place where you feel as if anything is possible, that any dreamer can conquer the world. You might even stand to leave with a feeling of true joy thinking, as did Barnum, "The greatest art is of making others happy."

Read the full review here

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