Dinner and a Movie



















DINNER AND A MOVIE                Convenor – JUDY PIKE

Enjoy DINNER AND A MOVIE every month with other Probus friends.  

The event is held monthly, always on the TUESDAY following the monthly Thursday Probus meeting.  The reason for the confirmed date is because the theatre, FILM.CA on Speers Road, and the restaurant, MO’S FAMILY RESTAURANT, also on Speers Road, both offer special reduced Tuesday rates.

The MOVIE for the month will be described during the Probus meeting.  Members present will then have an opportunity during the coffee break to sign the participation list.  You can attend both the movie and dinner or either one of your choice.

No money is collected.  Members pay for the movie at the theatre and for the dinner at the restaurant.

Whenever possible, the movie selected will be mid afternoon, with dinner to follow.  If the movie of choice is showing in the early afternoon, a lunch will precede the movie, rather than a dinner to follow.  All details will be clearly stated during each monthly Probus meeting.

For more information, please contact Judy at judy.pike@sympatico.ca or 905-827-1500

Film.ca – 171 Speers Road

Mo’s Family Restaurant – 467 Speers Road

                     This months movie is called

                       FORD V FERRARI  

        Tuesday Nov. 19th  Showtime 1:00pm

                    LUNCH AT MO'S 11:30am 


                  ***  NOTE THE CHANGE

               TO LUNCH NOT DINNER*** 


Academy Award-winners Matt Damon and Christian Bale star in FORD v FERRARI.  This movie is based on the remarkable true story of the visionary American car designer Carroll Selby (played by Matt Damon) and the fearless British-born driver Ken Miles (played by Christian Bale).  Together, these two men battled corporate interference, battled the laws of physics, and battled their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford Motor Company.  They then took on the dominating race cars of Enzo Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France in 1966.  

Last update 14th Nov. 2019