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Join us on Patriot's Day, September 11th, for the National Premiere of Surrender Only to ONE. An award winning docudrama that follows five special operations veterans who share their personal trials and how they found the strength to overcome. These true
Jun 14, 2018 | 5:00 PM | Thursday
The Tampa Theatre will be hosting a screening of the new documentary Will You Be My Neighbor? and host a bock party from 5-7pm before the screening begins to honor Mr. Roger's.
Start on : June 14, 2018 5:00 PM Thursday
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On June 14 Tampa Theatre will be one of a handful of theatres in the country to open the new documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? In the spirit of Mr. Rogers’ enduring message, the historic theatre and the Tampa Downtown Partnership will host a Franklin Street Block Party from 5:00 to 7:00pm before the screening.
Restaurants along the surrounding blocks of Franklin Street, including Bavaro's Pizza Napoletana & Pastaria, Jerk Hut, 1895 Kitchen - Bar – Market, Indigo Coffee House + Social Bar, SoFresh, and Vale Food Co., will be sampling house favorites out on the sidewalks in front of each location. Under the Theatre’s historic marquee at 711 N. Franklin Street, guests will experience a pop-up art exhibit courtesy of Illsol Space; live chalk art with Holland King, courtesy of Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture and the Arts; artLAB artists live-painting Mr. Rogers-themed canvases, courtesy of the Thornhill Foundation; and the opportunity to meet representatives from community organizations including the Heart Gallery of Tampa Bay, the Henry B. Plant Museum, The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, the Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, WEDU-PBS, and more.
Inside, Tampa Theatre will be collecting new and gently used sweaters and sneakers for adults and children to benefit The Spring of Tampa Bay and other local charities who care for our neighbors in need. The Sweater & Sneaker Drive will continue throughout the film’s multi-week run, because as Mr. Rogers said, “We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It's easy to say ‘It's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.’ Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”