This “tale as old as time” is filled with enchanting characters, unforgettable songs and one of the greatest stories ever told. Our heroine, Belle, dreams of adventure and romance until she meets up with a cursed beast who must learn to love (and be loved). Show times: April 20 at 7pm; April 21 at 8pm; April 23 at 2pm; April 26 at 7pm; April 27 at 7pm; April 28 at 6pm & 8pm; April 29 at 7pm; & April 30 at 2pm. Box office open 1-5pm weekdays. Tickets are $13 for adults/$10 for 18 and under.
Whoever said that life is better after fifty better be right! George Thomas is turning fifty on Saturday, and it has been a terrible week. His dog is sick, he son is a slacker, his daughter wants to marry a Republican, and has a neurotic wife. Through these trying days, George will discover the wonders of family, the responsibly of parenthood, and the results of his latest physical. Show times Thursday-Saturday 7pm; Sunday 2pm. Box office open 1-5pm weekdays.
Recall old memories of May Baskets – All handmade. You will be able to buy candy for the baskets (all individually wrapped) or just the basket itself. Surprise your spouse, parent, children, grandchildren, best friend or co-workers with a handmade May basket! All proceeds support Mercy Ambassadors’ Health Career Scholarship Programs and their annual donation to the health center. Thank you for your continued support.
9:00am: Outdoor Worship Service (Trinity Lutheran Church); 12:00pm: Carnival, marketplace & concessions open (downtown)
Enjoy the good old home grown fruits and vegetables and homemade baked goods.
Kick off the weekend with roller skating – check Roller City’s Facebook page for weekly themes and events!