Come join us this Thursday for our gala Centennial event as we celebrate the life of a man who gave us so much joy, Ol’ Blue Eyes will be at the Pickwick Theater on December 10, 2015. He’ll be joined on the big screen with one of his closest  friends – Gene Kelley (the man who taught Frank to dance and boy do they do a swell job), when they take the city of New York by a storm in “On the Town. Then, look at the girls they meet. How could anyone not have a good time?”

845155_origJoining us in the theater lobby will be Steve Darnall of Those Were The Days. He will be selling copies of the Winter Edition of the Nostalgia Digest.

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Frank Sinatra was prominently featured on the cover of the Autumn Edition.25bdc07864a39b4dcd0afbaca7a47cdc

Also joining us will be Chicago’s Formost Organist – Jay Warren of the Silent Film Society of Chicago. He will be playing some of our favorite Sinatra songs on the Pickwick’s Mighty Wurlitzer. Then he will be in the lobby where you can pick up your own copy of his Christmas  CD – “Organ and Chimes.”

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But we are nowhere near done. We also will be giving away a copy of the brand new documentary “All Or Nothing At All.” But in order to get this great DVD you MUST have a ticket. Pick up your FREE ticket at the table in the lobby.

What:
On the Town (1949)

When:
December 10, 2015
Feature at 7:30 p.m. (98 Minutes)

Where:
The Pickwick Theater
5 S. Prospect Ave. Park Ridge, ILL

Admission:
Regular – Day of $10 / Advanced $8
Seniors – Day of $7 / Advanced $6

 

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