Besides playing watersports at home, enjoy a movie night – for much less. Kids’ tickets to see a film at a Regal theater in the Triangle and at Stone Theaters’ Park West 14 in Morrisville cost a dollar each. Durham’s Northgate theater lets kids and parents in free.
Besides playing watersports at home, enjoy a movie night – for much less. Kids’ tickets to see a film at a Regal theater in the Triangle and at Stone Theaters’ Park West 14 in Morrisville cost a dollar each. Durham’s Northgate theater lets kids and parents in free. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Besides playing watersports at home, enjoy a movie night – for much less. Kids’ tickets to see a film at a Regal theater in the Triangle and at Stone Theaters’ Park West 14 in Morrisville cost a dollar each. Durham’s Northgate theater lets kids and parents in free. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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