Tabernacle Church and United Way of Greater Toledo Host
Family Movie Night
Tabernacle Church and United Way of Greater Toledo will host
a free, family friendly screening of “Black Panther” (2018)
for families from the Robinson, Scott and Riverside Toledo
Public Schools (TPS) Community Hubs Friday, Oct. 16, 2020 at
the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) Glass Pavilion.
The purpose of schools who serve as Community Hubs is to
facilitate community engagement, promote academic success
and foster the overall wellbeing of students, their families
and the surrounding neighborhood.
The film screening will take
place outside on the grounds of the Glass Pavilion from 4 to
7 p.m. Families are required to register in advance by
Snacks, community resources
and an art activity will be available. Families will also
receive a free Family membership to the Toledo Museum of
Art, courtesy of Huntington Bank.
Capacity is limited to
maintain social distancing between persons not from the same
household. Face coverings will be required, and disposable
face coverings will be provided to visitors who arrive
without one. Families are encouraged to bring their own
chairs and blankets to sit on for the film screening.
Free parking for the event
will be available in TMA Parking Lot 6, located on Parkwood
Ave. In case of inclement weather, the event will be
relocated indoors to the GlasSalon.