Red Carpet: Once the doors open, and before the movie begins, walk the red carpet and meet and snap a picture with Actor/Director Danny Roebuck.
Concessions: A small assortment of refreshments will be available for purchase.
Parking: There is no charge for parking. Classes will be over, so feel free to park in the visitor lot next to the Campus Center (CUBE), or in the spaces/lots along Bishop Carroll Drive. Click here for a campus map.
Tickets: Ticketing is for reservation tracking purposes only - no actual ticket is needed as you will be asked for your name upon arrival.
Questions? Contact the Foundation office at (406) 444-2370.
ABOUT THE MOVIE
When a spunky teenage girl who has terminal cancer decides to make her own funeral arrangements, she crashes a funeral home, befriends the awkward funeral director, and sets in motion a plan that affects all of those around her in unexpected and positive ways.
Showcasing tough subject matter with humor, dignity and GRACE, the film Getting Grace celebrates life and living everyday to the fullest.
Getting Grace trailer: https://vimeo.com/220234693
ABOUT DANIEL ROEBUCK
Actor/Director Daniel Roebuck is best known for his roles as Deputy Marshal Robert Biggs in The Fugitive and its spinoff film U.S. Marshals; Jay Leno in The Late Shift; and Dr. Leslie Arzt in Lost - as well as numerous Rob Zombie and Don Coscarelli films, among many other appearances.
ABOUT THE ST. PETER'S HEALTH FOUNDATION PINWHEEL PLEDGE
The movie screening is a part of this year's St. Peter's Health Foundation Pinwheel Pledge, an annual opportunity for individuals and businesses to make a difference for family, friends and neighbors in our community.
This year we are raising funds for, and awareness of, four different service lines at St. Peter’s Health: the Cancer Treatment Center, Behavioral Health, Dialysis, and Women’s and Children’s Units. Get involved by making a tax-deductible donation to St. Peter’s Health Foundation and helping us plant pinwheels - a sign of turning one’s luck around, or optimism for the future - around Helena.
Donations made to the Pinwheel Pledge help St. Peter's patients by funding the purchase of items necessary for their care and medically-related items not covered by insurance. These include things like travel expenses, compression garments, nutrition supplements and wigs.
Donations are welcome, but not required, and will be accepted the night of the event.
On behalf of St. Peter's Health Foundation and Opportunity Bank, thank you for helping us keep our friends’ and neighbors’ health and well-being at the forefront of our community’s priorities, and for allowing them to live their life to the fullest.
For more information about St. Peter's Health Foundation visit sphealth.org/foundation.
For more information about Opportunity Bank visit opportunitybank.com.