Family movie for Father’s Day at the Marion Palace Theater
MARION – The Palace Cultural Arts Association (PCAA) is pleased to announce that the Father’s Day weekend film at the Marion Palace Theater will be “Dream Horse,” rated PG. The Palace Theater is located at 276 W. Center St. in Marion.
This wellness film tells the true and inspiring story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely racehorse bred by small-town Welsh bartender Jan Vokes (Oscar nominee Toni Collette). “Dream Horse” is rated PG for language and thematic elements and lasts 1 hour 53 minutes. Show hours are 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Sunday evening will be broadcast with subtitles.
Admission prices for films are $ 4 for all ages and $ 2 for current members of the 2020-2021 CAAP with a valid membership card. Concessions are available and are reasonably priced.
The Palace will continue to respect the security regulations in force. Masks are not mandatory, but the state continues to recommend them to unvaccinated guests. When the masks are worn, they can be removed for eating and drinking. Capacity restrictions and social distancing requirements are lifted. For more information call the Marion Palace Theater box office at 740-383-2101 or visit marionpalace.org.
OhioHealth donates to the Boys & Girls Club
MARION – Jessica Brown and Samantha Baker, members of the shared governance of the OhioHealth Physician Group, recently presented a donation of $ 140 to Maggie Breeding, director of the Marion County Boys & Girls Club. The money was raised by staff at the OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus with their Friday t-shirt promotion to support local charities.
National Children’s Hospital named to Top Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll
COLUMBUS – Nationwide Children’s Hospital has once again been named to US News & World Report’s Top Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll. The Honor Roll is an honor bestowed on just 10 children’s medical centers nationwide recognized by US News as “the best of the best.” Nationwide Children’s was once again recognized as eighth on the list.
The 2021-2022 Honor Roll designation marks the eighth consecutive year that Nationwide Children’s has received this honor. The Honor List is based on a hospital’s cumulative ranking in 10 specialties assessed by US News.
The annual ranking of the best children’s hospitals, now in its 15th year, is designed to help patients, their families and their doctors make informed decisions about where to receive care for difficult health conditions.
Next meeting :
• Marion County Park Board, 5:30 p.m. today, outdoor pavilion at the Tallgrass Trail Nature Center