Bring Your Baby Matinees

by Silvia on March 30, 2012 · 1 comment

in Películas / Movies

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Dying to go to the movies but concerned about bringing baby? Worried about making noises or not having a place to breastfeed?  Good News!! has partnered with AMC Theaters to bring moms special events called Bring Your Baby Matinees, where the first Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon in 68 movie theaters around the country, moms can enjoy a movie without worries. Special features include a stroller valet, lower sound volume, and brighter lights. How does that sound to you?

The next event will be on Tuesday, April 3rd, and the movie featured is Hunger Games.

Here’s a complete list of theater locations.  If you click on the link for your state, it will take you to the names of participating theaters in your area and links where you can also buy your tickets:

  • Arizona – Phoenix and Mesa
  • California – Covina, Anaheim, Manteca, San Diego, Norwalk, Ontario, National City, Woodland hills, Rowland Heights, Tustin, Riverside
  • Colorado – Broomfield, Highlands Ranch
  • Connecticut – Danbury
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida – Aventura, South Miami
  • Georgia – Lawrenceville, Atlanta, Morrow
  • Illinois – South Barrington, Chicago, Skokie, Lombard
  • Indiana – Indianapolis
  • Kansas – Leawood
  • Maryland – Gaithersburg
  • Massachusetts – Boston, Framingham, Methuen
  • Michigan – Sterling Heights, Auburn Hills, Livonia
  • Missouri – Creve Coeur, Independence
  • New Jersey – Cherry Hill, Clifton, Freehold Township, Paramus, Hamilton, Elizabeth, Eatontown, New Brunswick, Rockaway,
  • New York – Manhattan (Kips Bay and Lincoln Square), West Nyack, Westbury, Stony Brook
  • North Carolina – Concord
  • Pennsylvania (3) Philadelphia, Bensalem, Allentown
  • Texas – Humble, Sugar Land, Grapevine, Houston, Mesquite, Arlington, Frisco
  • Virginia – Alexandria, Woodbridge, McLean
  • Washington – Kent, Woodinville

Have fun!

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