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See 'Harry Potter' before national release and help local schools

Published November 10, 2010 5:06 pm
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Now you can see the new 'Harry Potter' film one day before the national release and help Park City Schools. If you buy tickets to a Nov. 18, 6 p.m. screening of the movie at the Cinemark Theater in Park City for $10, the Park City Education Foundation will benefit. Proceeds from the tickets will go to the foundation to support programs at Park City School District.

You can buy tickets at the foundation office on Tuesday and Wednesday: Nov 16 & 17. Any remaining tickets will be sold at the theatre starting at 4pm on Nov 18. Only cash and checks will be accepted. Enough tickets will be sold to fill two theaters. Call 435-615-0235 for more information.




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