Families invited to snuggle up for movie showing of Coco at local church
Posted on 11/2/2018 6:55:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- You're invited to grab a blanket and cozy up for movie night at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. The church is inviting the community for a showing of the Disney/Pixar movie "Coco."

Tracy Donley, the children's minister for St. Andrew's, says the movie is a perfect fit for today's observance of All Soul's Day.

"We just want to have a really fun night for the kids of St. Andrews and the kids of the whole community. We thought Coco, of course -- All Soul's Day -- would be the perfect day to show it. There's going to be popcorn. There's going to be tacos. The kids will wear their Halloween costumes if they want to. It's just a really fun event. St. Andrew's (will be) trying to have more of these movie nights in the future," said Donley.

The taco bar, popcorn and crafts for children are all free. The event will get started Friday at 6 p.m. in the church parish hall. The church is located at 201 E. Nolte St.
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