New Magic Lantern Parkland Cinema 7 to open this week



    Free Movies to Celebrate Spruce Grove's ultra-modern Multiplex Cinema

    EDMONTON, Nov. 19 /CNW/ - A brand-new state-of-the-art Magic Lantern
Parkland Cinema 7 is opening its doors on Thursday, November 22, in Spruce
Grove, Alberta.
    The Parkland Cinema 7 is conveniently located on Hwy 16-A, just 5 minutes
away from downtown Spruce Grove. It will offer all Stony Plain, Spruce Grove
and Parkland County movie-fans a variety of the best motion pictures at very
affordable prices. Admission prices at Parkland Cinema 7 are: Children and
seniors $7; Youths $9; Adults: $10. The popular "Family Package" is $33 and
every matinee and Tuesday the tickets are only $6 per person.
    All seven auditoriums of the cinema complex have large screens, digital
sound systems and comfortable stadium seating for unobstructed sight-lines.
Additional amenities of the cinema complex include two birthday party rooms,
delectable refreshments and plentiful free parking. Patrons of Parkland Cinema
7 will soon appreciate a variety of hand-painted murals by Ontario-based
artist, Fred Harrison, whose unique creations embellish the lobbies of many
other Magic Lantern and Rainbow Cinemas across Canada.
    Free movies, on a first-come, first-served basis, have been scheduled on
Thursday, November 22, to celebrate the opening of Parkland Cinema 7. The free
movies include recent hits such as Hairspray; Live Free or Die Hard;
Shrek III; Spiderman III. Although the admission to the movies is free, a $2
donation to help the Parkland Chapter of MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving)
will be welcome. Donations of ten dollars or more will receive a tax receipt.
    Further details of the free movies celebrations are available in the
Edmonton Journal, www.MagicLanternTheatres.ca or Parkland Cinema's 24hr movie
line: 780.962.2332.
    Feature films starting Friday, November 23, for the regular engagement at
Parkland Cinema 7, include: August Rush, Hitman and Enchanted.
    "Everyone in Spruce Grove and Parkland County is very excited," said Tom
Hutchinson, President of Magic Lantern Theatres. "They have been eagerly
awaiting the opening of this modernistic entertainment complex to enjoy all
the latest movies under one roof. Although the Parkland Cinema 7 is large and
luxurious, our customers will experience the same friendly and personalized
service that has become the trademark of Magic Lantern Theatres since 1980. We
have already received many requests for the booking of the cinema's two
birthday party rooms at Parkland Cinema 7, where children can celebrate their
birthday parties, 'Hollywood style', with their family and friends."
    The single-screen cinema currently operating in Spruce Grove first opened
in 1977 as Teravista. When ownership changed hands, it was renamed Parkland
Cinema, and later called Magic Lantern Theatre. This cinema location, which
has been entertaining movie fans of Spruce Grove, Stony Creek and other
Parkland area communities, for 30 years, will close on November 21.

    The new Parkland Cinema 7 is owned and operated by Magic Lantern
Theatres, a community-based Canadian Exhibition Company, established in 1980.
With the opening of this new multiplex, the company has expanded its
operations to 17 cinema locations across Canada with a total of 77 screens.





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For further information: Barb Livingtone, (780) 498-3616

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