Free community film screening
This Saturday 3:00
1 in 6 seniors struggle with hunger in the United States. California has more hungry seniors than any other state. What policies and institutions perpetuate senior poverty, and what reforms will ensure that our elders get the healthy food they need?
In this independently produced film, photographer Seth Hancock, who rarely thought about getting old or food insecurity, until he was asked to make a documentary about senior hunger and the treatment of senior citizens in America.
Film will be followed by a community discussion with the film’s creator and local individuals sharing their experiences working to reduce senior hunger. For additional information contact Heidi McHugh, Community Education and Outreach Coordinator at Food for People at (707) 445-3166 ext. 308 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, October 26
The Great Razooly returns to the stage of the Eureka Theater in Robo-Cat Productions Horror Theater. This time the dastardly one presents a showing of the chilling 1964 classic Last Man On Earth starring Vincent Price.
Prizes, scares and cool retro atmosphere!
$5.00 at the door!
Doors Open 6:30 | Show 7:00
1939 Streamline Moderne
The historic Eureka Theater—Humboldt County’s 1939 Streamline Modern movie palace, operated and maintained by the Eureka Concert and Film Center, a 501©3 non-profit organization.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Eureka Theater is host to numerous events throughout the year, and is in the ongoing process of restoration to its original glory. Located in downtown Eureka, California, the Eureka Theater is also available for event and performance rentals, tours, weddings, graduations, small parties and receptions.