Bring the whole family for a night of adventure, imagination and entertainment under the stars, when Valley of the Moon shows a great motion picture, The Neverending Story in their amphitheater.
The Neverending story is a tale of the powers of imagination and kindness. Bastian Bux, a quiet boy who loves to read, is accosted by bullies on his way to school. He hides in a bookstore and begins reading. The book describes the fantasy world of Fantasia which is being threatened by a force called “The Nothing,” a void of darkness that consumes everything. Suddenly, Bastian finds himself face to face with the Empress, who reveals that The Nothing has consumed all but one grain of sand from Fantasia!!! However, Bastian’s wishes and imagination can help to restore the world to its former glory. Will Bastion’s imagination be strong enough?
The films shows Saturday, March 5 at 6:30PM. Admission is free. $4 suggested donation per person. Food and snacks will be available. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a friend. 2544 East Allen Rd. north of Prince Rd. and east of Tucson Blvd. Admission donations will help to restore some of the areas of this fantasyland for future generations. If you have never been, you are in for a real treat. If fairies and gnomes exist, they will be at this historic park.
Valley of the Moon is a non-profit historic fantasy fairyland garden park dedicated to the idea that Kindness to All is the Golden Key to Happiness. Built by George Legler in the 1920′s for spiritual relaxation, it continues as an all volunteer organization dedicated to preserving the historic sculptures, and a philosophy that Happiness is Given and Not Sold.
Visit www.valleymoon.info for more information and find them on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Valley-of-the-Moon-Park/185692823650
or call 520-270-1041.
Show date: Saturday March 5, 2011
Address: 2544 East Allen Rd.