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Free Showing of Rumble at Shelton Cinemas

(Date Posted 3/4/2019)

Rumble Movie Cover


Shelton School District's Native American Education program is hosting a free showing of the movie Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World at Shelton Cinemas.  Rumble is a documentary about the role Native Americans played in music history. To learn more about the film, follow this link:

Free showing, popcorn and drink will be given to the first 185 people who show.

Saturday, March 16

Doors open at 9:30am, movie begins at 10am

Shelton Cinemas: 517 W Franklin St


Film is not rated.  Some language.

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