A special return engagement of the recent Tom Hanks drama Sully, December 18-23, will be part of a busy weekend for the historic building at 45 Main Street....Read Full Article
- What's At Edmond Town Hall (full listing)
- January 22-26, 2017: The Innocents and The Great Dictator
- Full Weekend Of Freebies: Ingersoll Series To Continue With 'Trolls' At Edmond Town Hall
- January 13-21, 2017: Trolls, An Evening of Comedy and The Accountant
- January 9-12: Dr Strange and From Here To Eternity
- January 2-8, 2017: Dr Strange
- December 26-31, 2016: Hell or High Water and Storks
Friday, November 25-Thursday, December 1
MIDDLE SCHOOL: THE WORST YEARS OF MY LIFE
Screenings Friday & Saturday, 7 & 9 pm; Sunday through Thursday, 7 pm;
matinees Friday-Sunday, 1 & 4 pm; Tuesday, 1 pm
Rated PG * running time 1:32
All tickets $2
Starring Griffin Gluck, Lauren Graham, Alexa Nisenson & Andrew Daly
An active imagination creates all kinds of problems and opportunities for a middle school student (Gluck) who decides to shake things up at his rule-obsessed new school in this family dramedy based on the novel of the same name by James Patterson and Chris Tebbets.
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Friday, December 2-Tuesday, December 6
Screenings Friday & Saturday, 7 & 9 pm; Sunday-Tuesday, 7 pm;
matinees Saturday, 1 & 4 pm; Tuesday 1 pm
Rated PG-13 * running time 1:36
All tickets $3
Starring Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart & Laura Linney
The heroic emergency landing on the Hudson River in 2009 by an airline pilot (Hanks) comes under scrutiny by the National Transportation Safety Board, who questions Sully’s decision to land where he did, in this heartfelt biographical drama.
NOTE: Movie tickets at Edmond Town Hall will increase to $3 each on December 2, 2016.
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31st Holiday Festival & House Tour
Sunday, December 4 (events taking place in Alexandria Room, ETH Theatre and gymnasium, also along Main Street): 11 am-4 pm, tickets $12/adults, $25/family (two adults and two children; $5 each additional child), annual event with ongoing children’s train rides (departing from Edmond Town Hall, and concluding at Booth Library, 25 Main Street), Festival of Trees, Holiday Tea, Kids Corner (children’s arts and crafts, letters to Santa, and more), guided tours of four private homes, trolley tours, tours and lunch at Trinity Epis-copal Church (36 Main Street), performances of Nutcracker Ballet (12 and 2 pm, included with festival ticket or $8 for performance only), and more, proceeds to benefit Newtown Youth & Family Services; 203-270-4335, newtownyouthandfamilyservices.org.
Read more here: 31st Holiday Festival Will Offer Returning And New Events
and here: This Year’s Nutcracker Is The ‘Best Yet’