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Ho Ho Holiday Photos are Happening at MFM!
The Halloween candy may not be finished, but the lights and tinsel are out in full force, and MFM wants to help you celebrate the season with memorable holiday photos! Many of our locations have teamed up with local photographers to capture your LO’s best holiday look, and we hope you’ll join us for the events. Please note the dates and locations below. Space is limited and registration is required to secure your spot. Happy Holidays from Movies for Mommies!
Vancouver: Dunbar Cinema, Wed. Nov. 15th, 11:30 AM Register HERE
Toronto: Fox Theatre, Wed. Nov. 22nd, 12 Noon, Register HERE
Richmond Hill: Silver City Richmond Hill, Thurs. Nov. 23rd, Register HERE
Saskatoon: Rainbow Cinemas Saskatoon, Thurs. Dec. 14th Register HERE
Movies for Mommies is Now Screening White Rock/Surrey BC!
Thanks to all the Bad Moms who came to our last screening and made it a huge success! We’re back December 5th with another show, so stay tuned!
MFM always welcomes Dads at our shows. So if Dad is able to take a long lunch or some time off this month, we hope he’ll join you and your little film critic for a date matinee. Got friends? They’re welcome to join the fun too!
Looking for a Stay at Home Business Opportunity?
Not sure what you’re doing after mat leave ends? Consider becoming a Movies for Mommies Licensee. As a licensee you own your own business, work flexible hours from home and best of all you can bring your baby to work! If you’re outgoing, organized, social media savvy, and of course love movies, send us an email or phone us and let’s connect. We are currently looking for licensees for Ottawa and Waterloo.
See you at the movies,
Owner & Founder of Movies for Mommies
Mom of Two Awesome Boys
MFM is an afternoon of decadence for you to enjoy in a baby-friendly way. What does that mean? All our films run with reduced sound levels, loud enough to hear, but soft enough to protect sensitive little ears. If it’s your first time taking your little film critic to see a movie, here is some info to make you’re outing awesome.