Holiday Free & Cheap Movies

It’s December and your to-do list is piling up. Sometimes during the holiday madness it’s nice to take some time to breathe and enjoy a movie with your kiddos. By going to the Iowa City Public Library, Film Scene at The Chauncey, or the Sycamore Cinema, you can find some fantastic movie options without breaking the bank.

December 6-12

(Various Show Times)

December 12

Home Alone @3:30 p.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 13-19

(Various Show Times)

It’s a Wonderful life, Sycamore Cinema, Cost: $6 admission

The Polar Express, Sycamore Cinema, Cost: $6 admission

Christmas Vacation, Sycamore Cinema, Cost: $6 admission

December 14

Elf @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are Free with one adult admission

December 15

Elf @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are Free with one adult admission

December 19

Elf @3:30 p.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 20

The Borrowers @5:30 p.m.
IPL: Storytime Room
Cost: FREE

December 21

It’s a Wonderful Life @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 22

It’s a Wonderful Life @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 24

The Muppet Christmas Carol @10:30 a.m.
IPL: Storytime Room
Cost: FREE

December 26

Mr. Popper’s Penguins @1 p.m.
IPL: Storytime Room
Cost: FREE

It’s a Wonderful Life @3:30 p.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 27

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe @5 p.m.
IPL: Storytime Room
Cost: FREE

December 28

Abominable @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

December 29

Abominable @10 a.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

January 2

Abominable @3:30 p.m.
FilmScene
Cost: Kids are FREE with one adult admission

Get your popcorn and snacks, and happy viewing!


 

Angelica
Angelica was raised in West Liberty just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the Iowa City. After getting married to her high school sweetheart and living in the D.C. metro area, they decided it was not where they wanted to raise a family, and moved back five years ago to West Liberty. Nine months later they welcomed their daughter with only three hours to prepare. (She went the whole 40 weeks without knowing she was pregnant! Her daughter is now four years old and going to preschool. Aside from being a mommy, Angelica works full-time while going to school full-time. To help keep herself sane, she runs early in the morning five days a week. Last year she got the courage and ran the Quad Cities Marathon! It was the second hardest thing she’s ever done, next to giving birth. In addition to running, Angelica likes to read, cook, garden, fish, camp, and spend time with her family. She’s a Pinterest and bargain shopping addict! Overall she loves being a wife and a mom with the adventures that it brings.

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