The Fortuna Business Improvement District is excited for our upcoming Kids Free Holiday Movie event!
Kids Free Holiday Movies will be shown at the Fortuna Theater on Saturday, December 9th and Saturday, December 16th.
We will have a list of businesses you can pick up your Kids Free Holiday Movie tickets here soon!
Kids Movie Guidelines & Rules
FORTUNA . . . The City of Fortuna and the Fortuna’s business community joins in during the giving season. Fortuna businesses will be handing out hundreds of free movie passes for special children’s shows this December. The Friendly City’s “Free Holiday Kids Movies” will be showing on Saturday, December 9th and 16th at the Fortuna Theatre. The organizers also are reminding parents and grandparents this event is to encourage adults to finish holiday shopping in Fortuna while the kids are occupied with the movie.
Community businesses, big and small, will have tickets to give out to loyal customers for their children and grandkids. If you would like to be included in the participating business location, please fill out the form on the bottom of the corresponding letter. Tickets will admit children 12 & under and adults with young children for a special 10:00 a.m. show each Saturday. For a complete list of participating businesses to shop and receive your tickets, see the list at FortunaBusiness.com.
This event was made possible in 2016 by the City of Fortuna, the Fortuna Business Improvement District, the Fortuna Business Community, and our sponsors; Terry Pontes CPA, Wendt Construction, Loving Hands Institute of Healing Arts, Umpqua Bank, Green’s Pharmacy, Les Schwab, Whitchurch Engineering, Redwood Glass & Windows, A.M Baird, ASAP Lock & Key, JFK Martial Arts, Landmark Real Estate- Jeremy Stanfield, Humboldt Redwood Inn, Eel River Hydroponics, NorCal Autobody, Fortuna Audio Concepts, Bob’s Footlong, C. Crane Company, Green’s Pharmacy and Best Western Country Inn & Suites. Altogether, we encourage you to shop locally and SHOP FORTUNA this holiday season.
Again, this year we are not naming the films, to avoid any influx on a particular Saturday. The Movies are rated “PG” or “G” and are especially great for children 12 and under. Last year’s film brought in just about 400 children and 200 + adults.
Organizers are asking that only one adult accompany young children and that families try to have groups of children come with one adult to allow more seats for kids. There will be several adult chaperones at each show and parents can drop children off and pick them up just before Noon.