The Jetsons will be featured at the Sid Williams Theatre Sunday.

Family fun at the Sid Sunday

Join the Sid Williams Theatre Society and Courtney & Anglin Real Estate Group for an affordable afternoon for the whole family for the final family film of the season on Jan. 14 at 2 p.m.

Based on the beloved animated television series, Jetsons: The Movie, is a “fun-loving flick that will appeal to all ages,” says the Chicago Sun-Times.

When George Jetson gets a promotion, he moves to outer space with the entire family: Jane, Judy, Elroy, Rosie the Robot, and Astro the family dog. But soon the family discovers that George’s company is destroying the homes of the Grungies, the friendly underground creatures who live on the same asteroid.

With his family’s help, George is able to work out a peaceful arrangement that benefits both the ecology and the factory’s modern technology. See a 2,000-level shopping mall, anti-gravity basketball, and other wonders of the space age in this delightful movie, featuring songs by Tiffany.

Don’t miss this fun and affordable afternoon for the family.

Admission is pay what you can by donation. Doors open at 1 p.m.

The family film series is proudly sponsored by Courtney & Anglin Real Estate Group and they are offering one free bag of popcorn per person to everyone attending (while supplies last).

For full event information and a theatrical trailer of the film, visit sidwilliamstheatre.com/familyfilms.

– Sid Williams Theatre Society

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