Rochester, NY – March 13, 2010 – one night only!

The nascent Coffee Party movement has declared Saturday, March 13 to be “National Coffee Party Day,” and what better way to celebrate populist revolt than to see a screening of  “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” The movie will play for one night as part of the film program at the Dryden Theater at the legendary George Eastman House (which is definitely worth a visit on its own) in Rochester, NY.

Saturday, March 13
8:00 pm

Dryden Theater
George Eastman House
900 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
http://dryden.eastmanhouse.org/

General line – 585.271.3361
Advance ticket information – 585.271.3361 x295
General Film Information – 585.271.4090

Online ticket orders here.

Ticket Prices: Adults – $10 / Seniors (60+) – $8 / Students (with ID) – $6 /
Children (Ages 5 – 12) – $4 / Children (Ages 0 – 4) – Free

Dryden theater 300x223 Rochester, NY   March 13, 2010   one night only!

One Comment

  1. Retractable
    February 2, 2010

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