Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union announces they will host TVFCU’s Community Movie Night this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the grounds of the Northwest Georgia Amphitheatre, 220 Catoosa Circle, which is next door to The Colonnade.
“We want to give families an opportunity to get out of the house for a fun, outdoor, socially-distant family movie night,” said Tammy Zumbrun, marketing/community outreach manager. “We hope this free event will help families get into the holiday spirit. Even though this season is going to look a bit different, our goal is for families to still create fun, holiday memories together.”
Join TVFCU to watch the holiday classic “Home Alone” (PG), which was first released 30 years ago.
The movie will begin showing at 6:30 p.m. However, feel free to come early to get your parking spot. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m.
To ensure social distancing, TVFCU’s Community Movie Night will only be available for the first 250 vehicles. An FM transmitter will broadcast the movie’s audio. Event organizers will direct larger vehicles to park in the back.
Moviegoers are encouraged to bring snacks, as there will be no concessions. Attendees must stay in their car or truck bed to help ensure social distancing. In addition, attendees must stay six feet apart and wear face masks if outside of their vehicle.
Representatives from the Stocking Full of Love Program will be on-site at the movie entrance collecting cash donations. Help Catoosa and Walker County Sheriff’s Departments ensure needy children in the area have toys and clothing this holiday season by making a cash donation.
For additional details about TVFCU’s Community Movie Night, visit tvfcu.com or call 423-634-3600.