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Attention high school students. You have permission to stay up all night




Starlight All Night Film Festival

The United Way and Scotiabank are proud to present the 11th Annual Starlight All Night Film Festival for local high school youth hosted at Cineplex Galaxy Cinemas in the Station Mall on Saturday, October 27, 2012.

The Starlight All Night Film Festival is from midnight to 6:30 a.m.

The United Way has once again assembled a great team of volunteers and off duty police officers to chaperone and ensure the safety of all in attendance over the course of the night.

Parents, there is a lock-in policy in place to make sure no child leaves without the parents or guardians being contacted. 

You get a night without the kids, they get to pull a safe all-nighter, and the proceeds support the United Way.

Does it get any better than this?

Tickets are $20 and include unlimited pop, popcorn, and free reign in the games centre.

Tickets are available during regular operational hours at Scotiabank Station Mall and Northern Avenue locations, or visit the United Way office located at 7A Oxford Street or call 705-256-7476.

This event is exclusive to high school students.

A valid student ID, birth certificate, or a timetable will be required for entry.

Doors open at midnight and close at 12:45 a.m.

Starlight will feature blockbusters hits like; The Amazing Spiderman, Snow White and the Huntsman, Rock of Ages, Easy A, Man on the a Ledge, and 21 Jump Street.

For full trailers and additional event information, visit the United Way on Facebook.

But the movies won’t be the only highlight of the night as the United Way and Scotiabank have many prizes to distribute amongst the youth.

The United Way would like to thank the efforts of our event partners for their generous and continuous support.

Sponsors included Cineplex, Galaxy Cinemas, Scotiabank, and the Scene Program.


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