Bring the family to Bill Baker Amphitheatre on the south campus of North Arkansas College and watch Maleficent (PG) cast her spell on Saturday, September 27. The final movie of the Summer Movie Series will include Steve Cox, The Mad Scientist, who will be entertaining the kids and teaching about science prior to the movie. His performance is courtesy of North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Foundation.
The Northark Summer Movie Series is presented by Cox Communications and the Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The movie is free to the public. The September movie sponsor is North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. Showtime is shortly after dusk and estimated to occur around 7:25 p.m.
In addition to the Mad Scientist performance, a Bounce House, and slime-making activity for the kids to enjoy are available before the movie begins. The Bounce House and slime-making activities will begin at 5:00 p.m. The Mad Scientist will perform at 6:30 P.M. Events are sponsored by KHOZ 102.9 “The Z” and Harrison Daily Times.
Concessions open at 5:00 p.m. Hamburgers, hotdogs, pizza, nachos, popcorn, shaved ice, and other snacks are available. All proceeds from concessions will benefit the Claude Parrish “Fight Cancer” Campaign.
First come first serve chair back seating will be available to the first 750 guests and families are welcome to bring blankets or their own chairs and sit on the lawn.
“We are pleased that Cox Communications and the Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau have graciously stepped forward to be this year’s Presenting Sponsors. Our goal was to make this a free community event and allow our local citizens to hopefully become more familiar with their College,” commented Rodney Arnold, executive director of North Arkansas College Foundation. A special thanks to McDonalds of Harrison, North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, Sam Alexander Health Mart Pharmacy, Jerry Jackson Realty, and Ozark Refrigeration for helping underwrite the selected movies for this year.
Should there be inclement weather, the movie will be shown in the Lyric Theatre located on the Harrison square.
For more information, contact the Institutional Advancement Office at (870) 391-3159.