Genesee Health Plan presents ‘Frozen’ in the park
BURTON—Genesee Health Plan is thrilled to sponsor and invite the whole family out on Saturday, Aug. 1 to a free showing of Disney’s “Frozen” during Burton Movies in the Park.
The showing will be held at the Burton Eagles Club, 3317 E. Bristol Rd. Family activities will begin at 6 p.m. with the movie beginning at dusk.
“We enjoy bringing families and communities together, and what better way to do so than in an outdoor setting to watch this enchanting, animated classic,” said Jim Milanowski, GHP Vice President of Development and Marketing. “We are delighted to present this showing in partnership with the Burton Movies in the Park, allowing neighbors to gather together and enjoy time outdoors. Our mission at Genesee Health Plan extends beyond improving access to the health care system for our residents; it also includes bringing people together for the betterment of our community.”
Attendees will be able to have their photo taken with Princess Anna or Queen Elsa and participate in a sing-along. There will also be a princess parade, so attendees are encouraged to come dressed up in their favorite princess costume.
Complimentary ice cream and popcorn will be served along with games and multiple chances to win prizes throughout the night, including a Frozen-themed bedding set. A safety corner will also be set up with a fire engine, police cruiser and ambulance.
Details: Call 810-339-6396. — G.G.
GDL to host Digital Bookmobile at McFarlen
FLINT — OverDrive’s digital bookmobile will roll into town, July 28 and park at the Grand Blanc-McFarlen Library from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Patrons are encouraged to bring their Kindles, iPads, Nooks and other devices to learn about the free downloads offered by the Genesee District Library (GDL).
The 74-foot, high-tech, 18-wheeler includes six learning areas inside: Welcome and Orientation, Audiobook Alley, eBook Experience, Digital Catalog, Gadget Gallery and the Video Lounge featuring instructors, exhibits and interactive stations to help patrons learn how to download eBooks and audiobooks.
The all-day, family-friendly event includes storytelling for kids by Grand Blanc- McFarlen’s beloved storyteller, Miss Carol, from 10:30 to 11:30. Guests can enjoy live music from noon until 2 p.m. by Grand Rapids artist Matt Gabriel. Free lemonade and snacks will be served from 11:30 a.m.- 4 p.m.
OverDrive’s digital collections include best-selling authors, new release titles, classics and crowd-pleasers. There are plenty of eBook options for children and teens as well as adults.
To register visit thegdl.org, or call 810- 694-5310. — G.G.