The next selection in Sierra Madre Playhouses’s Off the Screen midweek series of cinema classics is It’s a Wonderful Life.
The price of admission is by donating a gift to our beneficiary charity, Hope House.
Hope House operates 12 homes in the area for individuals with intellectual disabilities, autism and other mental health challenges. Half of the homes serve children and young adults, ages 7 to 22.
Its mission statement is as follows: Hope House exists to improve the lives of children and adults with co-occurring autism, intellectual disabilities and mental health needs by building opportunities for discovery, choice and self-determination.
The executive director of Hope House is David A. Bernstein, a thirty-year resident of Sierra Madre.
Hope House’s wish list for gifts includes arts and crafts/activity sets, puzzles, board games, markers and coloring books, bath towels and wash cloths, basketballs, portable basketball hoops, solid color bedding sets (twin and full), flat screen TVs, chargers and charging cords, a fax machine, and sofas, among other things. Whatever you can donate will be warmly appreciated. In return, you get to see a great classic film.
As always, there will be a film historian present at the screening to provide interesting commentary on the film.
NOTE: It is always a good idea to verify date, time, location and other information prior to going.
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