LIVFREE is hosting a movie night to bring the community together to bring awareness to Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We will be showing Disney's Inside Out and will have a variety of activities to do from 430-7pm including fun games and food trucks. Movie starts at 7! Get there early, parking is limited! Come out to enjoy some old fashioned family time all while supporting a great cause. See updates below!
The Donut Crazy truck is going to be selling their crazy donuts at movie night!!! Bring your sweet tooth!
We locked in Grumpy Hogg BBQ to be our food truck. Be sure to bring your appetite because their barbecue is the best around!!!
Bella Sera Ristorante will also be at the movie night selling meatball subs and sausage and peppers!
Looks like Mother Nature is going to cooperate and it should be a beautiful night. We highly encourage carpooling as the town of Trumbull is limiting the amount of parking. We would hate for anyone to be turned away. Please try to get there early!!! See you soon!!!
- Please carpool
- Bring something to lay/sit on.
- Dress warm, the nights are cool.
- Food trucks and vendors only accept cash.
- Be ready to have a good time.
- No Pets Allowed
A huge thank you to Superior Electric Security for the sponsorship. With your help we are going to make this event super special for the families of Trumbull.
A huge thank you to Trumbull Animal Hospital for sponsoring our movie night. Their generosity is helping us spread awareness to pediatric cancer in our local community. With their help we are also able to assist families directly affected by childhood cancers.
Bounce houses will be provided by Tranzcendent Rentals LLC!!!
Thank you to all of our sponsors including:
Superior Electric & Security
MICALIZZI'S ITALIAN ICE
Custom Air Systems
Discovery school community service club
Trumbull Rotary Foundation
Mustard Seed Foundation
UPS Store Trumbull
Thank you to the whole LIVFREE team and all our supporters. Thank you so much! We are changing lives of those that need it most and putting smiles on the faces of those families fighting.