Start Saturday with a movie

ADI Benefits is hosting a morning at the movies this Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Rialto Theatre.

ADI Benefits is hosting a morning at the movies this Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Rialto Theatre.

Join the family fun and watch Back to the Future, a classic blockbuster movie from 1985.

See Michael J. Fox at his best in this film about a teenager who gets sent back in time to the 1950s with the help of a whacky scientist. Whether it be an opportunity to watch this movie for the first time or if you have seen it so many times and know the lines, it will be great fun to be entertained by Back to the Future on the big screen.

Adam Duncan of ADI Benefits is hosting the movie to provide some fun, family entertainment and to raise money for YANA (You Are Not Alone).

Admission is by donation and a minimum $5/family is requested at the door. All funds raised will be donated to YANA, a local charity that provides accommodation and funding to Comox Valley families who need to travel outside the community for medical treatment for a child under 19 or for a pregnant mother.

The movie does have a school fight scene, some swearing and some suggestive scenes. Please ensure the movie is appropriate for your family.

RSVP to to reserve your seats, as seating is limited. Doors are open at 9:30 a.m. and the concession stand will be open.

— You Are Not Alone

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