Free Monday Night Movie (M-N-M) season is back at the Joylan! For the last couple of years, The Springville Crossing Church (www.springvillecrossing.com) has been opening the doors of the Joylan Movie Theatre one Monday night a month during some winter months to share positive, quality, real-life, faith-based films free to the community. They also highlight a non-profit organization or good cause at each of these movies to raise awareness and to give a voluntary opportunity for movie- goers to donate toward the highlighted organization or cause.
In just the last two seasons, $3,127 has been raised through this initiative which is a big help to people doing great works!
Springville Crossing Pastor Keith Clark would like to say thank you to everyone who has been coming to these movies and has thus far been a part of this blessing! And thank you to Joylan Theatre owners, Ted and Debby Adams, and Joylan Theatre manager, Amy Bobseine.
The first of three planned movies for 2018 is happening on Monday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m., when the featured show is “Heritage Falls” (PG) a comedy/drama that journeys with three generations of totally opposite men try to put aside their long-standing differences while on a weekend camping retreat.
The event will also highlight and collect for the Springville Elementary School’s Music Instrument Sponsor Program. It costs, on average, $150 for a child to rent an instrument for a school year, which creates a burden on some families, and in turn, not allowing some children to take part in this once in a lifetime opportunity. The Crossing wants to do what they can do together to help a child or two and their families to remove this barrier.
Join in for a great free movie on Monday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Joylan Movie Theatre and give what you can. If you can’t give anything, that is OK too! Just come enjoy a free movie!