Join us for a family-friendly Eerie Movies Under the Moon on October 22nd OR 23rd from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm! Halloween costumes are encouraged!
Please DO NOT sign up for both nights to ensure there is space for more families. Please bring chairs or a blanket for you and your family to sit on. USO JBPHH will provide snacks and drinks.
Thank you to our sponsor the Gary Sinise Foundation for sponsoring this event!
Please carefully review the following event details:
Registration Required! Must show military ID with ticket (No walk-ins accepted). Open to military service members & their families.
** Event Instructions:**
1) Register for the Eerie Movie Under the Moon on Eventbrite. Please do not sign up for both nights. Any registrations made for both nights will be deleted to one night. Each participant needs one (1) ticket. For example, if you are a family of five, you will need five tickets. (A parent or guardian must be present for all minors).
2) Arrive and park at the AMC Terminal at 5:30 PM. Walk over to the grassy area where you will see a USO table to check in with a USO Staff member.
3) Everyone must adhere to the social distancing and safety precautions set by the USO JBPHH team.
JBPHH AMC Passenger Terminal (PARKING LOT) 355 Mamiya Ave. Bldg. 2028 JBPH-Hickam, HI 96853
In order to maintain the safety of staff and attendees, please be respectful of our social distancing procedures. We thank you for your cooperation!
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