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Raiders of the Lost Ark – Chocolate & Cinema Event!

Raiders of the Lost Ark – Chocolate & Cinema Event!

Raiders of the Lost Ark Rialto Cinemas

Thursday, August 3rd at Rialto Cinemas® in Sebastopol.

A fun event for the whole family! Support the Sonoma County Public Library Foundation at our annual Chocolate & Cinema event. This year we’ll be showing “Raiders of the Lost Ark” on the big screen at Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol.

August 3rd, the event starts at 7pm. Chocolate treats and a small popcorn for each attendee included in the admission price.

Tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 per person at the door. This is a fundraiser for the Foundation which supports Literacy and all branches of the Sonoma County Public Library.

Join us for a treat! Raiders of the Lost Ark on the big screen – the event will be held in Rialto Cinemas #1 theater – the big one. Our special thanks to the staff of Rialto Cinemas, and the local chocolatiers that are donating their delicious chocolates!

Purchase Tickets Now – $20 (Tickets are $25 at the door)





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