Adventure Club to get one day screening in Kelowna

Proceeds from the event will go to the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs

On Saturday

Famous Players Theatre in Kelowna will present The Adventure Club as a part of its Family Favourites programming at an exclusive, one day only screening this Saturday.

The film’s Canadian distributor, Indiecan Entertainment and production company, Trilight Entertainment, will donate proceeds from this screenings to local Boys and Girls Clubs.

Along with the movie screening. players from the Okanagan Sun Football Team will be onsite greeting everyone and giving away tickets to the BC Conference Semi Final Game between the Rams scheduled for October 16th to the first 100 people who come out to enjoy the movie.

“We are thrilled that Indiecan Entertainment and Trilight Entertainment are supporting Boys and Girls Clubs,” says Diane Entwistle, CEO, Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs. “The money raised will help fund the critical programs and services our Clubs provide to children and youth across the Okanagan. We also appreciate the commitment of the Sun players in helping us make this an exciting day for everyone.”

Date: Saturday, October 8

Time: Showtime is 11:00 AM (come early to meet the Okanagan Sun)

Location: Famous Players in Kelowna

Cost: $2.99/person

 

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