Movie night will support Warwick Education Foundation

By on February 20, 2019

Ready to see “How to Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World,” are (front row, left to right) Parker Horst; Karen Horst, Bonfield Elementary PTO; Barb Mobley, WEF executive director; Lauren Swartz, Lititz Elementary PTO; Ella Swartz; (back, l-r) Dan Doremus, WEF; Drew Sheaffer, WEF and director of operations, Penn Cinema; Madelyn Swartz; and Chris Swartz. (Submitted photo)


The Warwick Education Foundation is sponsoring its 12th annual Family Movie Night (FMN) at Penn Cinema on Feb. 27. This year two showtimes of 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., will again be offered. Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased online at

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets purchased online by Feb. 20 will be delivered to the appropriate Warwick school. Tickets purchased after that date will be available at the will call table at Penn Cinema on the day of the screenings.

“How to Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World” will be the featured presentation for this year’s Family Movie Night. The movie is rated PG.

The entire Warwick community is invited to attend this family oriented and fun-filled evening. Family Movie Night has become a tradition for local residents, and an opportunity for family and friends to spend time together watching a newly-released movie at a lower cost.

“We believe How to Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World will appeal to the entire family,” stated Karen Horst, FMN chair, “and we greatly appreciate the continued support of Penn Cinema by virtually donating all their theaters for Family Movie Night. And we appreciate Sauder’s Eggs for being the event sponsor again this year.”

Platinum Sponsors include Lititz Orthodontics, Rohrer’s, Inc., Shultz Transportation Company, Jeff and Jane Tennis and the Warwick Education Association. Gold Sponsors include Alphabet Sign Co., Bomberger’s Store, Groff, Inc., La Piazza Italian Restaurant, Owl Hill Learning Center, Roma Pizza, Scooter’s Restaurant, and Sechan Electronics.

The money raised by this event helps fund the Innovative Education and Expert in Residence Grant programs provided by the Foundation to enrich education for Warwick students.

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