Golden Cinema set to start movie club

The Golden Cinema will be giving people a fun way to spend their Saturday afternoons with the start of a free Kid’s Club Movie.

The Golden Cinema will be giving people a fun way to spend their Saturday afternoons with the start of a free Kid’s Club Movie.

The first kid’s club movie to be shown will be “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” on Saturday Sept 15 at 1 p.m.

Owners of the cinema, Trish and Stuart Angus, said they wanted to give something back to the community.

“We thought it would be fun for the kids to have somewhere to come on a Saturday afternoon. We will be showing a DVD from the Kicking Horse Movies rental store and putting it on the big screen,” said Trish.

She added they are hopeful people who come by the theatre will give them suggestions for movies they would like to see in future weeks.

“We hope to get ideas for movies that people would like to see rather than making the decision ourselves,” she said.

People have already started giving their ideas for movies they would like to see fore these events ,and have been looking at a mix of classic and newer films.

The events will not only be for younger children but kids of all ages with parents welcome to come in for the shows.

The theatre will be monitored  the same as any other movies , so younger children will still require supervision.

“Kids are back from summer holidays and looking for something to do. Winter will be here soon and not everybody skis. This is just a fun thing to do,” Stuart said.

The plan is to show a film every Saturday. unless a special event (like the Metropolitan Opera) is being shown.

For more information about the club, feel from to drop by the cinema or check out or the Kicking Horse Movies Facebook page.


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