Thanks to a recently acquired liquor license, over-21 movie goers will be able to enjoy locally crafted adult beverages starting tomorrow (27 June) for all features after 5 p.m.
The Open House party from 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow will feature live entertainment from Indy’s own DJ OhBeOne, free samples from Sun King Brewery, Upland Brewing Co., Easley Winery, Just Pop In popcorn, coffees and teas from Hubbard and Cravens, fresh sweets from Albanese Candy Company and other foods and beverages.
Those attending the public open house will be treated to the premier of a locally produced animated film: Atlantians in America, which is a tale about a candy farmer named Drake, in the underwater city of Atlantis. Drake decides to go to America to sell his farm-grown taffy himself versus relying on the American Candy Middle Men. Throughout his journey he runs into some interesting characters and quickly finds out that selling his crop is much more challenging than he imagined. The film is a hand-drawn animation crafted by Adam DeBolt.
The address of the Indiana State Museum is 650 West Washington Street, Indianapolis. The Open House is from 6-8 p.m. 27 June, with the film premiere starting at 7 p.m.