De Pere Cinema is an intermediate-run theatre, where the big box office hits are shown as soon as they leave the first-run theatres. Matinees and late shows are offered on the weekends, and there are nightly shows during the week. Admission prices are very affordable, including $2 Tuesday admissions! Their menu features your traditional movie theatre concessions, along with homemade pizzas, sandwiches, and appetizers.
To enter today’s giveaway for two movie passes and one large combo from De Pere Cinema, visit our 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways page where you can also read the contest rules, too.
- Children’s Museum of Green Bay Breakfast with the Gingerbread Man
- De Pere Holiday Open House
- Home Depot Kids Workshop
- Reel Movies for Real Needs: Frozen
- Festival of Lights at Lambeau Field
- Heritage Hill Spirit of Christmas Past
- Green Bay Botanical Garden WPS Garden of Lights
- A Hazelwood Holiday
These are just some of the events going on. Don’t forget to check the home page of Green Bay Consumer for more holiday fun ideas.
For events in the Fox Cities, be sure to check out Go Valley Kids.
Marcus Theatres Reel Movies for Real Needs is a specially designed program to serve families with special needs, such as autism or other challenges, who might not feel comfortable attending regularly scheduled movies. The theatre creates a welcoming and comfortable environment – lower sound, lights up – where families with children who need accommodations will be able to share the experience of seeing family-friendly films at a theatre.
A select first run movie is featured one Saturday each month at a convenient 10:30AM showtime. On Saturday, December 7, Frozen will be shown.
Regular matinee pricing applies.
For more information on Reel Movies for Real Needs, click here.
Get into the holiday spirit at the Christmas Jingle at the Meyer Theatre on Monday, November 25 at 7pm. Organist Tom McNeely, president of the Packerland Theatre Organ Society, will play Christmas favorites on the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. The Laurel and Hardy silent Christmas movie, Big Business, will be shown. Warm up your vocal chords for a Christmas sing-along. There might even be an appearance from a special guest from the North Pole!
This show is free!
For more information, click here.