Our December pick is the hilarious and witty 1938 film, Holiday.
A young man (Carey Grant) falls in love with a girl (Doris Nolan) from a rich family. His unorthodox plan to go on holiday for the early years of his life is met with skepticism by everyone except for his fiancee's eccentric sister (Katharine Hepburn) and long suffering brother (Lew Ayres).
Special Holiday Potluck!
Instead of the usual format, we will not be ordering food this month. Instead, we'll be eating Christmas potluck dinner before the movie and dessert after. The entrees (maybe a turkey and ham, depending on time and funds) will be supplied. Sound off in the comments below to let us know what side dish, dessert or drink you'll be bringing. Try not to bring something that multiple people are already listed as bringing. Suggested budget $10-$15. There is be no fee for this screening since we aren't ordering out any food.
Suggested items: Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, roast vegetables, salad, wine, beer, pumpkin pie, cake, ice cream, etc.
There is a fridge, freezer, a toaster oven and a microwave but they're not very big so try to bring your food ready-to-eat if possible.
PARKING AND ENTRANCE TO THE REAR.
NOTE THE EARLIER MEETUP TIME.
Please respect the RSVP. If you find later that you can't make it, there is usually a waiting list, so please be kind enough to change your RSVP to make room for someone else and also keep our potluck planning accurate. Thanks!