These days, it’s hard to find a family activity that’s fun for everyone-- and free. But, as part of our Summer of Hope campaign, we’ve got a great evening planned for this coming Saturday, August 14, that fits the bill. We’re calling it our Star of Hope “Can” Film Festival. No, this is not a misspelling of the big shindig in the south of France. We are hosting a glorious night under the stars at the Miller Outdoor Theater, featuring a showing of the block-buster movie, The Blind Side.
This is the family version of the film, so no worries about language or content. If you’ve seen it already, come see it again; and if you haven’t, you’re in for a wonderful experience as this true story of courage, compassion, and the power of love to change lives unfolds on the screen. What’s more, KSBJ will be there broadcasting live. Dana Tyson from SUNNY 99.1 will be there, as well, hosting the night, and we’ll have a performance by KHOU’s Deborah Duncan. Can she belt out a song or what? You don’t want to miss it.
You’re wondering how does “Can” fit in to all this, right? Here’s how. The evening is free, but we are asking everyone to bring a bag of can foods to help us feed the homeless men, women, and children in our care. The food collection begins at 7:30 p.m. and the move starts at 8:15. You’re all invited! We’re looking forward to seeing you!