Moss Park Movie Night - July 5!

Last summer, plans to have a Moss Park Movie Night unfortunately fell through. Since then, I’ve been pushing to make it up to the community. I’m therefore thrilled to announce a screening of the Pixar animated feature, Turning Red!

Please join me on July 5 at 8:00pm at 260 Queen Street East to watch a heartwarming and relatable story about a young girl named Mei Lee as she navigates the challenges of growing up, all while dealing with a unique twist – whenever she experiences strong emotions, she turns into a giant red panda! 

 

I would like to thank CUPE Local 416 for helping make this movie night a reality! Their enthusiastic support for these kinds of events is both appreciated and overwhelming!


My team will be offering free popcorn and juice for those in attendance! Click here to RSVP! 

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