If you’re able to get out, Avalon Theatre has area for you on Tuesday evenings.
With greater than 1,000 seats to select from, you’ll be capable of hold loads of distance between your self and any others who plan to attend a Tuesday night time Dinner, Buying and a Film characteristic on the theater at 645 Primary St.
The Avalon, which has been closed since early November due to the COVID-19 surge, will reopen for Dinner, Buying and a Film at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26, for a 7:30 p.m. screening of the movie “Let Him Go.”
Dinner, Buying and a Film, which is supported by Downtown Grand Junction, permits moviegoers to obtain free admission to a film by bringing in a receipt from a purchase order of $5 or extra at a downtown retailer or restaurant that was made on the identical date because the film displaying.
Admission and not using a receipt is $7 per ticket. Admission is free for youngsters age 12 and youthful, and kids have to be accompanied by an grownup.
Dinner, Buying and a Film is about supporting downtown companies, particularly on a day that tends to be sluggish for enterprise even throughout regular occasions, mentioned Maria Rainsdon, common supervisor for the Avalon.
It is also a simple night time out possibility, and proper no longer a lot is on the market alongside these strains, she mentioned.
Present capability on the Avalon, which is five-star licensed, is 100 individuals. Rainsdon is hopeful that quantity quickly will improve to 175 individuals relying on COVID-19 case numbers.
Everybody in attendance should put on a masks through the night, even whereas seated, Rainsdon mentioned. Ushers will assist moviegoers discover seats which might be at the least 9 toes from different patrons, however that shouldn’t be an issue given the scale of the Avalon, she mentioned.
5 movies are on the Dinner, Buying and a Film schedule by means of February. All the films have been launched in 2020 apart from “Groundhog Day” — the movie from 1993 will really be proven on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2.
A few of these movies have been proven at native theaters, however on a restricted foundation as “it’s been a bizarre time for films, too,” Rainsdon mentioned.
For details about Dinner, Buying and a Film, go to the Avalon Theatre’s Fb web page.
To search out companies which might be a part of the Downtown Grand Junction, go to downtowngj.org.