See 'The Wizard' At The Lark In A Special Sing-Along

The Lark Theater kicks off a special summer family movie series on Sunday with 'The Wizard of Oz.'

Get your ruby slippers on and head over to the Lark Theater for a sing-along Sunday to help kick off its Spring Family Film Series.

The Lark will show the family classic The Wizard of Oz on the big screen, Jan. 27, at 3 p.m. Families and fans are invited to show off their best voices for this third annual musical event. General admission tickets are $10, members get in for $8 and children 12-and-under for $7.

The Lark is then delighted to present three captivating animated films with the Aardman Family Film Festival. The British Aardman Studios is acclaimed for its ground-breaking and hilarious Wallace & Gromit films by Nick Park, made with stop-motion clay animation techniques. It is also known for its unique films incorporating digital animation techniques.

The series includes Chicken Run on March 10, Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit on March 24 and Flushed Away on April 7.

Lark Theater Family Film Series is sponsored by the Koeppel Family.

The Lark Theater is also planing celebrations for the Academy Awards and the Super Bowl. Want to see the Harbaugh Brothers battle it out on a REALLY big screen? Join Larkspur's ultimate Super Bowl party on Feb. 3. 

Dress like a star to celebrate Hollywood's big night on Feb. 24 for the Academy Awards. The Lark will show a broadcast of the ceremony, with all the fanfare of the red carpet.

GAFlynn January 26, 2013 at 05:24 PM
Great to know what's happening at the Lark--since they don't appear in the regular listings, it's not that easy to keep track--nice to hear from Derek Wilson again.


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