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May 15, 2014

Theater offers free summer movies

Beginning June 4, Mary Max Cinemas Logansport 5 will offer 10 weeks of free movies at 9:30 a.m. every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with special guest presenters and family-friendly activities starting at 9 a.m.

Each week features a different PG-rated movie paired with a variety of fun and educational activities throughout the summer. The series kicks off with “The Pirates! Band of Misfits” (PG) June 4 through June 6, with Logansport Fire Department on Wednesday, June 4, and a Bounce House on Thursday, June 5.

Additional highlights throughout the summer include Twist and Smiles Balloons, the Batmobile, Cass County Humane Society, Logansport Police Department, Logansport Parks and Recreation Department, Logansport Memorial Hospital and Logansport Soil and Water Conservation District. Visit www.marymaxcinemas.com/freemovies for a complete schedule and event details.

The doors open at 9 a.m. and seating is limited. Arriving early is strongly suggested. While the movie is free for everyone, the theater is recommending a donation of one canned or dry food item per person to benefit the Emmaus Mission food pantry. Additionally, the Cass County Humane Society is accepting pet food donations June 11 through 13.

Mary Max Cinemas Logansport 5 is at 3910 Lexington Road next to Walmart in Logansport. For more information, visit www.marymaxcinemas.com or on Facebook.

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