If you enjoy foreign films you need to be a member of the Mountain Cinema Club. This is a reminder that the club will present the second film of its 2015 Fall series on Wednesday, October 7. Show times are 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. at the Blue Jay Cinema in (not surprisingly) Blue Jay.
The upcoming film will feature “The Liberator” which deals with Simon Bolivar’s campaigns to liberate twice the territory of Alexander the Great’s conquests. Born to privilege, Bolivar was raised by a family slave and he was taught by a socialist professor. He then took up the cause of the down-trodden and common people and that made him a fighter, a lover and a scholar
All Mountain Cinema Club membership passes were mailed out but if members did not receive they should contact Mary Lindsey, the treasurer of this organization. Cinema passes may be purchased at the door 30 minutes prior to showtime at the Blue Jay Cinema. Individual film tickets are $10 each or a membership for the remaining season is $35.
If you want to take used ink or toner cartridges that help the Rim Education Foundation help students and teachers in the Rim of the World Unified School District they will be happy to accept the donation, You can take them to this event. Also, the Rim Education Foundation accepts old cell phones so if you have any sitting around and you don’t know what to do with them take them to the theater and the members of the Rim Education Foundation will be grateful for your support.
For more information on the Mountain Cinema Club log onto: Movies@mountain-cinemaclub.com..