Get ready for Halloween with a scary movie played on the big screen. Pizza will be provided. Appropriate for tweens and teens grades 6-12. No registration required.
Get into the holiday spirit by coming to discuss trends in horror films past and present, your favorite scary movies, and pay homage to horror and suspense classics. Refreshments will be provided, no registration required.
With so many great movies coming out all the time, odds are that we all miss a seeing a great flick from time to time. FOMO no more by joining Anythink for a mid-week movie night on the town! We’ll meet at Elvis Cinemas Arvada for fun, conversation, and a free movie. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register and for information about this month’s viewing, which will be decided closer to the program date.
Elvis Cinemas Arvada is located at 5157 West 64th Avenue in Arvada, Colorado.
As a child Reginald Dwight was shy and lonely, but possessed of an astonishing natural gift for the piano. Flash forward to Aug. 25, 1970, when the then 23-year-old would give a mind-blowing performance at the Troubadour, catapulting him into stardom. That fellow, the world now knows as Elton John, and this is his year.
Come and make your own cardboard car, then sit-back, relax and enjoy a movie from the comfort of your own vehicle! Bring any Amazon or other cardboard boxes & all other building materials will be provided. Bring the whole family!
Have fun and experience a not-so-average movie watching experience. We will be quoting, laughing, snacking, and crafting our way through Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.
Join us for a fun afternoon watching (and quoting) Pee-wee's Big Adventure (PG)—an experience that comes with props. Laugh your way through the story about a man who has his beloved bike stolen and must travel across the country to try to get it back. Bring your blankets and pillows and we’ll provide the snacks. This program is intended for all ages.
If you, like me, have seen at least one movie before, I urge you to go to imdb.com right now and type a movie’s title into the search bar. A wealth of information pops up. Cast and crew, reviews, and even showtimes for new releases. But we don’t care about any of that right now. We want one word at the top of the page: TRIVIA.
Oh my goodness, is the hair on your arms standing up?
Confession: For someone who “doesn’t care about the Oscars,” I actually do care about the Oscars. They serve as a useful snapshot of a given year in film history. What we as moviegoers value often differs from what Academy voters value. Not only that, but what Academy voters value tends to change over time.
Anythink York Street offers a monthly morning book club with a very different style: we choose a theme for the meeting, and you choose the book you want to read based on that theme. Each person discusses their choice. It’s a fun way to discover new authors and books while reading a title that speaks to you. Bring your pick and a morning beverage, and we’ll talk books. This month’s theme: books that became a movie. Appropriate for adults. No registration required.