Thursday, March 31, 2011

OYSTER FLIX Ready for Third Movie Night Downtown, April 8, 7:30pm

OYSTER FLIX Ready for Third Movie Night Downtown
Second Series of Three Films is Announced

The first two evenings of the new “Oyster Flix” movie series attracted many filmgoers eager to see the return of movies to downtown Oyster Bay. The premiere offering of “Sabrina” in February, and the second event “The Great Gatsby” in March, both played to enthusiastic audiences. Now it is time for the third presentation.
On Friday, April 8, the Oyster Bay Main Street Association (OBMSA) will be screening “North by Northwest.” The time is 7:30 p.m. at the OBMSA office (aka Oyster Flix Theatre), 17 Audrey Avenue. Come early to get some popcorn—provided by Bob Liebert of Gooseberry Grove—and candy and a good seat; stay late to participate in a discussion moderated by film historian Irene Porco Eckert. There is a $5 suggested donation per person at the door.

And continuing with our theme of films in some way connected to Long Island, OBMSA is proud to announce the next series of three, all held on the second Friday of the month:

May 13—“A New Leaf”
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June 10—“Zelig”
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July 8—“The Wind & the Lion”
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Contact or 516-922-6982 for more information.

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