Big Green Screen Newsletter - January

Welcome to the Big Green Screen Theatre's newsletter! There are many exciting new things happening at the Big Green Screen and the Tom Ridge Environmental Center. Keep reading for more info!

Movie of the Month Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet

Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet is January's Movie of the Month! Tickets for this movie will be only $5 all month long!

Walking With Dinosaurs Prehistoric Planet Movie of the Month

We would like to extend a huge thank you to Erie Federal Credit Union and Friends of the Tom Ridge Environmental Center for sponsoring this movie.

Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet will be playing daily at 11AM, 1PM, and 3PM. You can find all our daily movie times on our website here.

You can also see Tinker the Tyrannosaurus and other incredible fossils in our dinosaur display located on the second floor of the Tom Ridge Environmental Center.

Tinker the Tyrannosaurus was unearthed from northwest South Dakota in 1998, and has only appeared in the Erie region twice, so check it out soon!

 

WINTER SEASON HOURS: OPEN ALL WEEK

The Big Green Screen Theatre will be open every day this winter from 10AM to 6PM! Our current lineup of movies includes Journey To SpaceLewis & Clark: Great Journey West, and Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet. To find movie times please check out our movie times webpage.

 

Martin Luther King JR Day Movie Special

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January 16th, 2017 all of our movie tickets will be $5 in celebration of Martin Luther King Day. You can learn more about MLK Day and the legacy behind it here.

 

TREC the Halls Holiday Contest Winner

Thank you everyone who participated in our Holiday Contest at TREC the Halls! The winner of the contest was Lisa Berkheimer! Congratulations Lisa!

Keep checking our newsletter and social media (like our Facebook!) for more opportunities to win movie tickets, concession coupons, and more!

 

New Movie Coming Soon: Extreme Weather

Weather is one of the most dynamic forces shaping our planet, but now it's more extreme and complex than ever. Extreme Weather takes us to the frontlines where few have gone. Travel to the edge of 300-foot tall glaciers collapsing, to the front lines of massive wildfires, directly in the path of deadly, yet mesmerizing tornadoes. Follow researchers and everyday heroes as they uncover surprising connections to help us understand and adapt to our ever-changing weather.

Find out more in the February Newsletter.