Friday, August 20 @ 8:30 PM ($10 – $20)
1101 2 St NW, Crescent Heights Community Hall
Purchase your tickets HERE.
A huge thank you to ATB Financial for sponsoring Friday’s Drive-In! Thanks to their support, we’re happy to announce that ALL of the event proceeds from here on out will go to the charity Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, who are supporting the women and girls in Afghanistan during this humanitarian crises.
Join us on Friday, August 20th for the second annual Crescent Heights Community Drive In Movie Night. We’ll be presenting the inspiring and award winning film, The Secret Marathon about the brave women and men who are standing up for equality and freedom by running in the Marathon of Afghanistan. The filmmaker, Kate McKenzie lives in our community and will be there to present the film.
Doors open at 7:30pm. Pre-show starts at 8:30pm with short films. The feature film will begin at 9:00pm. Attendees can join with their vehicle and limited seating areas will be available for attendees without a car (please bring your own chair or blanket). Note that the outdoor ticket is $10 per person and the vehicle ticket is $20 per vehicle (as many occupants as your vehicle fits). This will be a socially distanced, family friendly event.
Food and beverages will be available for sale courtesy of our sponsor –Bambu YYC. Bambu will serve food, authentic Afghan tea, and 100 % of proceeds will also go to our charity partner.
The Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (@cw4wafghan on Instagram and Facebook) will also be on site to provide some insight into what’s happening in Afghanistan on the ground during this extremely difficult time.
The CHCA would like to make this event accessible to all! If you have a City of Calgary Recreation Fee Assistance Card please email email@example.com for your free ticket!
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Thanks to all of our sponsors and supporters: Bambu YYC, ATB Financial, Binder Productions, Calgary Underground Film Festival, the Crescent Heights Village BIA, and all the amazing volunteers!