MONTICELLO, NY (March 10, 2014) – Tired of winter? Need to get out and have some fun?
The Youth Committee of the Monticello Interfaith Council will hold its very first movie night on Friday, March 14 at 6:00 p.m. in the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center at 2 Jefferson Street in Monticello.
Friday’s movie will be “The Croods,” the humorous story of a caveman family’s adventures in an unfamiliar world. There will be snacks available for a nominal fee but the movie showing is free.
This is the first showing in an ongoing series of free PG and PG-13 movies. The group will hold a Friday evening showing and a Sunday afternoon double-feature showing each month beginning Friday.
Not only will this event provide entertainment for kids and their grownups, but it’s an opportunity for individuals to come together and foster a sense of community in Monticello.
The Youth Committee of the Monticello Interfaith Council is working to build a more positive environment for area youth and relies on support from area businesses, community organizations and individuals to sustain this initiative.
Donations can be made by cash or check, payable to the Monticello Interfaith Council and mailed to St. John’s Episcopal Church (attention: Monticello Interfaith Council), PO Box 107, Monticello NY 12701. In-kind donations and contributions of time are also appreciated. All donations go directly to programs for Monticello youth.
For more information, contact Cara Kowalski at 845-295-2445.
The Monticello Interfaith Council was founded in 2010. Its purpose is to increase understanding, respect and cooperation among the various religious faiths and to help address social needs of the Monticello community. The Youth Committee was formed in 2013 to specifically address the needs of young people.