No Doldrums Here! Check Out Our Wonderful Winter Schedule!

There's no better time to gather indoors and cozy up with a favorite film on the big screen. And we've got a list chock full of new and old classics to enjoy at the State Theatre this December, January, and February, including some treasured holiday favorites! 

Please note, our complete Holiday schedule, including the Polar Express PJ Party, Home Alone Pizza Party, It's a Wonderful Life, and so much more!, will be announced in the coming days. Stay tuned. 

**Films Subject to Change**

FRIDAY NIGHT FLICKS - Late Nights Friday

December 7: The Nightmare Before Christmas - BFF Night!
December 14: Eyes Wide Shut
December 21: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation - View & Brew with The Workshop!
December 28: Die Hard 

January 4: The Room
January 11: Harold & Maude - BFF Night!
January 18: Predator 
January 25: Eraserhead 

February 1: Return to Oz
February 8: 10 Things I About You - BFF Night!  
February 15: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
February 22: Overlord

25¢ KIDS MATINEES - Saturdays at 10 am + Bonus Holiday Break Screenings!

December 1: The Star 
December 8: The Muppet Christmas Carol - Sensory Friendly Screening at the Bijou at 10:30 am
December 15: The Santa Clause 
December 21: The Polar Express 
December 22: The Polar Express *Bike Giveaway Day*
December 27, 29: Elf 

January 3, 5: Smallfoot - - Sensory Friendly Screening at the Bijou at 10:30 am on January 5
January 12: The House with a Clock in Its Walls
January 19: Incredibles 2 
January 26: Science Fair

February 2: Baby’s Day Out - Presented by Munson's Family Birth and Children's Center
February 9: Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
February 16: Pick of the Litter - Sensory Friendly Screening at the Bijou at 10:30 am
February 23: A Little Princess (1995)

25¢ CLASSIC MATINEES - Wednesdays at 10:30 am

HOLIDAY CLASSICS 
December 5: The Bells of St. Mary’s 
December 12: Babes in Toyland (1961)
December 19: Miracle on 34th Street 
December 26: Meet Me in St. Louis 
January 2: Holiday

NAILED IT! MOST DESERVING OSCAR WINS 
January 9: The Third Man - Best Cinematography 
January 16: The French Connection - Best Editing 
January 23: Sabrina - Best Costumes 
January 30: Apocalypse Now - Best Sound Design 

A STAR IS BORN: AUSPICIOUS DIRECTORIAL DEBUTS
February 6: Roger and Me - Michael Moore
February 13: Badlands - Terrence Malick 
February 20: The Maltese Falcon - John Huston
February 27: Citizen Kane - Orson Welles