Movie Daze at The Cary Theater featuring “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.” In honor of Older Americans’ month, The Center for Volunteer Caregiving is hosting a movie and light supper event just for you! Care Receivers are encouraged to invite volunteers from The Center to join them in attending this free movie event. If you do not have a regular volunteer or if a ride to the movie is a concern, call us at The Center and we will work to connect you with a volunteer!
All reservations should be made by May 18. We also need volunteers to help with set-up, food and clean-up. Seating is limited, so this means you need to act now to reserve your spots by registering through our event page, calling 919-460-0567 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the movie
“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” is a 2011 comedy-drama film is a charming story about about British retirees who travel to India to live in what they believe is a newly restored hotel. The film was shot in incredible locations including the City Palace of Jaipur and the Lake Palace Hotel on Lake Pichola. “This is a great film that will have you crying and laughing in equal measure but in the end will leave you with that really warm feeling inside that you get when you have just seen a classic,” IMDB review.
The movie will be shown at The Cary located at 122 E. Chatham Street in the heart of downtown Cary. Funds for this event are provided from a Town of Cary Lazy Daze grant.
- Movie Daze
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Venue: The Cary Theater
Venue Phone: (919) 462-2051
Venue Website: http://thecarytheater.com/Address:
The Cary is located at 122 E. Chatham St. in the heart of downtown Cary, near the intersection of Academy and Chatham streets. Get directions. Parking A limited number of parking spaces are available behind the theater. There are also on-street parking spaces and parking lots near the theater. Use the map to view parking options. About The Cary This building was once home to the town’s first indoor movie theater, also named The Cary, built in 1946 by Paul Thomas Chandler, which hosted live performances as well as films. It was also used as a clothing store, Cary Clothiers, an auto parts store and a recording studio.