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MPAC set for Holiday Movie Series

MPAC Announces Holiday Movie Series 

Thursday, Dec. 17 - Scrooge (1970) at 7:30 pm 

Friday, Dec. 18 - White Christmas (1954) at 7:30 pm 

Saturday, Dec. 19 - Prancer (1989) at 2:30pm 

Saturday, Dec. 19 - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) at 7:30pm      

Sunday, Dec. 20 - White Christmas (1954) at 2:30pm 

Tickets are $10 for adults; $8 for seniors and $5 for children 12 and under.

This price includes admission to the movie, popcorn and a drink (non-alcoholic). All the movies are appropriate for families. Before the movies, Santa will inside near to the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre's box office and next to one of Montgomery's largest Christmas trees. Bring your camera and enjoy one of Montgomery's new holiday traditions. 

www.mpaconline.org

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