Join us on Saturday, February 8 at 10:00 a.m. for a special showing of Groundhog Day to help support the Noah’s Hope Fund. Admission is $5.
Noah's Hope, a charity founded by Tracy VanHoutan and Jennifer Farnaus VanHoutan to find a cure for LINCL-Batten disease. The VanHoutan's 9 year-old son Noah and seven-year old daughter Laine are battling LINCL-Batten disease, a rare genetic illness that has ruthlessly robbed them of their speech, balance and mobility. Fewer then 450 children in the United States have LINCL-Batten disease, so it receives very little research attention. The VanHoutan's have worked tirelessly trying to find a cure and created Noah's Hope in 2009 to support research, raise funds, inform the community and find a cure for their children and others struggling with this terminal disease. For more information or to support their efforts visit www.noahshope.com
One of the acknowledged classics of American comedy, "Groundhog Day" concerns TV weatherman Phil Connors, who is forced to live the same Feb. 2 over and over again until he gains some karmic -- and comic -- insight into his life.