Community Movie Nights
View Royal Community Association Hall
279 Island Highway
New for 2019, the View Royal Community Association is presenting Community Movie Nights to provide an opportunity for people to get together for a fun affordable event in View Royal. We will be showcasing a diversity of films to appeal to the diversity of people who live in our community. With no one genre being favored, films will aim to bring awareness & perspective to unique issues, uplift the human spirit or showcase the ability for people to make connections amidst our differences.
VIEW THE WEEKLY APRIL/MAY 2019 SCHEDULE HERE
Movies show EVERY Tuesday - doors open at 6:45pm, movie starts at 7:15pm.
Movies are FREE and/or by donation.
Popcorn, treats & refreshments are available for sale on site.
Movies are open to everyone, not just for residents in View Royal.
This is a volunteer run event; if you want to help, please reach out.
Event is wheelchair accessible, parking is available, and on the #14 bus route.
Have questions? Email email@example.com to get answers!
Tuesday April 9th
In honor of today being Vimy Ridge Day, this Canadian film portrays the story of a Canadian 10th Battalion soldier - an historical Battalion of soldiers from Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba - who is sent home a war hero shortly after the battle of Vimy Ridge. Back at home, the will to fight is strong & determination can't keep young men away. Filmed in both Alberta and Belgium. (2008, 14A)