Drive-in Movie Event to Raise Funds for the Needs of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities 7/12/20-Metro Detroit

Drive-in Movie Event to Raise Funds for the Needs of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities 7/12/20-Metro Detroit

 JARC Event at Canterbury Village to Feature Family-Friendly Films: Despicable Me and Groundhog Day

                                                                                                                   

What:  

JARC, a metro Detroit based non-profit agency serving individuals with developmental disabilities in 80 locations, including 24-hour care in group homes, independent living settings for adults, and respite services for children, teens and young adults, is hosting a drive-in movie event to support the services they provide to individuals with developmental disabilities. The drive-in theater event will take place at Canterbury Village on July 12 and will feature two movies, Despicable Me at 3 p.m. and Groundhog Day at 8 p.m. Tiered pricing for entry packages for each movie includes basic entry for one car at $100; a welcome package including popcorn and soft drinks for $180 for one car; and an advanced package for one car that includes masks, popcorn, soft drinks, and candy for $360.

 

Who Benefits:

Movie enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy this socially-distant fun event at the Canterbury Village Drive-in Movie Theater. Proceeds from the event will go toward JARC’s general expenses including transportation needs, home maintenance, meals for individuals living in JARC homes, staff training, and providing additional support to ensure JARC’s mission of enriching the lives of people with disabilities.

When: 

Sunday, July 12 (3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.)

Where:

Canterbury Village Drive-In Theater

2359 Joslyn Court, Orion Charter Township, MI 48360

How:  For information on the JARC Drive-In event or to reserve tickets, visit here: https://www.jarc.org/movie

About JARC:

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JARC serves individuals with developmental disabilities in 80 locations, including 24-hour care in group homes, independent living settings for adults, and respite services for children, teens, and young adults. Their mission is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities through gentle and loving support, valued relationships, and engagement with the community, in accordance with Jewish values. For more information, visit https://www.jarc.org/

*Logo courtesy of JARC

 

 

 

 

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