Jube hosts hero fest

By Lloydminster Source staff

October 7, 2016 11:56 AM

Vic Juba Community Theatre is holding a local hero fest to entertain kids and families.
Big Hero Day will go ahead at 3 p.m. on Oct. 15 with kids expected to dress up in the costumes of their favourite hero for a fun filled afternoon.
The admission is $10 a ticket and includes everything from a kids’ hero movie to individual servings of pop, hero dogs, treats and popcorn. “We’re just reaching out to the community essentially to get families down to the theatre to have fun,” said Brandi Hofer, the theatre’s operations and marketing coordinator.
A Spiderman bike will be given away as the grand prize for the kid with the best costume. Kids and families will have an opportunity to meet real life heroes from the Lloydminster Fire Department that’s sending a truck and crew to to entertain kids.
“It’s more about celebrating heroes—your hero could be your grandmother,” said Hofer.
“It’s more of a celebratory event.”

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