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The Princess Bride
Promoted by M. Nash Events
The Event Program
- An Inconceivable Event (5:30pm--7:30pm)
This is the FIRST part of the event and you can find info for how to buy tickets through PayPal below. It is our awesome Princess Bride themed pre-event (not to be
missed) to benefit Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia beginning at 5:30 PM
called ”An Inconceivable Event.” It takes place PRIOR to the viewing of The
Princess Bride in the parking lot of Carmike 10. Tickets are $15 for adults and
$5 for kids under 18. Does not include movie screening.
"An Inconceivable Event" Features: Delicious food and mock-tails sponsored by bar food, Interactive Princess Bride Trivia, An “As You Wish” Goody Bag (with adult ticket purchase only), Fun for all ages (stay tuned for details on the M. Nash Events FB page), Generously Sponsored By: LoveIt.com, bar food, Connect Savannah, WTOC11, WRHQ Q105.3, DesignsByErinH@yahoo.com, Savannah ATA Blackbelt Academy, and Leilani K. Photography. For booth and sponsor opportunities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For updates on "An Inconceivable Event": please Like M. Nash Events on FB!
- Movie presentation of The Princess Bride
Tickets are $10 per person and you buy them by clicking the RESERVE YOUR TICKETS button on this website. Tickets will go fast! Hurry hurry! A classic fairy tale, with swordplay, giants, an evil prince, a beautiful princess, and yes, some kissing (as read by a kindly grandfather).
“It would take a miracle” to keep the fans away from commemorating the 25th Anniversary of The Princess Bride! One-Night Only on the BIG SCREEN at Carmike 10 on Stephenson Avenue in Savannah. The Princess Bride fans of all ages—even first timers, bound to become “true love” devotees will be out in droves to enjoy this timeless classic quoting lines and celebrating the important art of storytelling.
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
Girls on the Run is a life-changing character development program for girls that utilizes the power of running to provide pre-teen girls the tools to celebrate their bodies, honor their voices, and recognize their unique gifts. More that just a running program the mission of Girls on the Run is to educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. This is not just about athletics. Through our focus on positive emotional, social, mental, and physical development girls in grades 3-8 are empowered to discover the confidence they need in those critical pre-teen years and beyond. It is as much about good health, friendship, positive body image and self-esteem as it is about running.Each Girls on the Run program (grades 3, 4, & 5) and Girls on Track (grades 6, 7, & 8) is led by a team of trained coaches who share the joy of running while motivating the girls. Topics include positive communication, cooperation and team building, healthy nutrition, goal setting, and community service.
The Girls on the Run curriculum is based on experiential learning activities designed to teach participants about topics related to self-respect and healthy living.Each meeting begins with a getting-on-board and warm up activity that brings the girl's focus onto the day's topic.The warm-up is followed by a stretching routine that allows for topic-related question and answer time.Then, during the workout period, the girls participate in a variety of running activities that are camouflaged in a game or team goal.Afterwards, cool-down stretching is then combined with participant asked and answered questions.The three-part curriculum is taught by certified Girls on the Run coaches.
- Part 1: Understanding themselves and setting personal goals.
- Part 2: Learning skills to get along in a group.
- Part 3: Examining their responsibility to the community.