Join us for a double feature as we play “Step Brothers” (2009), followed by “Hocus Pocus” (1993). The first movie will begin at 8:30 PM, but we recommend early arrival for optimal viewing pleasure. We can’t wait for this socially distanced event featuring food vendors, a VIP section, clean restroom areas for guests and sanitation stations.

SOCIAL DISTANCING & MASKS: In keeping with the mandate of social distancing, only 90 cars will be permitted. Masks should be worn when you exit your car for concessions or restrooms, and please bring hand-sanitizer.

1 “Ticket” = 1 Car. Please note that VIP space set-up begins at 7:00 PM.

CLICK HERE to view the full Sponsorship Package and email awortsman@jackandjillcenter.org with any questions.

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Jack & Jill Children’s Center was founded in 1942 by the Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale, Jack & Jill Children’s Center is the oldest nonprofit provider of early childhood education in Broward County and is nationally accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. It is the mission of Jack & Jill Children’s Center to break the cycle of poverty for children of high-need working families through quality early childhood education and family strengthening programs. 90% of the children and families served live within 175% of the Federal Poverty Level, and 89% of families enrolled in Jack & Jill Children’s Center programs increase their income in just one year. For more information, please visit: www.jackandjillcenter.org.

The Jack & Jill Children’s Center Young Professionals is a networking group of individuals ages 21-40 who are dedicated to serving their local community. The main goals of the Young Professionals is to provide community awareness, volunteer services, program assistance, and financial support for Jack & Jill Children’s Center. Events hosted by the Young Professionals include quarterly happy hours, volunteer activities at the Center, as well as the planning and hosting of the annual Fall Festival.

The MASS District (Music & Arts South of Sunrise) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit district of creatives and venues that exist to bring community & economic development of Fort Lauderdale through the arts. It operates as a network throughout the city and especially within the Flagler Village, Progresso Village, and Historic Sistrunk neighborhoods. MASS District contributes to the overall growth and development of the city’s art, entertainment, and cultural programming through a variety of events and business development initiatives, including it’s monthly flagship Fort Lauderdale Artwalk event. The organization champions the district with fundraising initiatives of membership, sponsorship, grants, and various collaborations. A current event collaboration is the COVID-19 friendly #StaySafe Drive-In event series. Visit massdistrict.com for more about the local business venues and creatives that currently are a part of the MASS District. Join Us!