Go Guide! Arts & Entertainment Events Calendar: Listings for June 29-July 5 – Journal Gazette and Times

Fourth of July events

For all events, visit jg-tc.com/calendar or the individual websites listed for exact times and details.

CHARLESTON

Red, White and Blue Days, 7:30 p.m., June 28, Community Band Concert, Kiwanis Park; 2-5 p.m., July 1, BINGO, Morton Park; 3 p.m., July 3, food vendors, live music, award presentations, Morton Park; 7:30 a.m., July 4, Habitat for Humanity race begins, Great Chalk-In, vendors, foam pit fire safety house, inflatable games, all you can ice cream, Andrew’s Magic Family, 1 p.m. — Parade, Bell Ringing, Blue Moon Swamp, Morton Park; dusk, Fireworks at Coles County Airport. www.charlestonredwhiteandblue.com, Charleston Tourism, (217) 345-7691.

MATTOON

Mattoon Fourth of July Parade, 9 a.m., July 4, Broadway Ave., (217) 258-6286.

COLES COUNTY

Fireworks at Coles County Airport, 5 p.m. July 4, free shuttle rides starting at 5 p.m, Charleston: O’Brien Stadium Parking Lot, Mattoon: Cross County Mall, east end.

ARTHUR

Arthur Freedom Celebration, 1 p.m., June 30, downtown and Mo-Do Fairgrounds, Arthur, www.arthurfestivals.com.

BEMENT

Bement Freedom Celebration, 1 p.m., July 4, parade, family friendly games and food; fireworks at dusk, Forest Preserve Park, Bement, www.bement.com, (217) 678-8184.

CASEY

Casey 4th of July Celebration, 4 p.m., July 3, carnival, food and craft vendors, Whisky Jack performs; 10 a.m., July 4, parade, carnival, food and craft vendors, fish fry, live entertainment and fireworks, Fairview Park, Casey, (217) 932-2600.

DECATUR

Decatur Park District Independence Day Celebration, 6:30 p.m., July 4, Concert by the Decatur Park Singers and Young Park Singers; fireworks at dusk, Nelson Park, 2301 E. Lakeshore Dr., Decatur, (217) 422-5911.

EFFINGHAM

Fourth of July Celebration, 10 a.m., July 4, parade, downtown; live music, Hendlemeyer Park, South Fourth Street; fireworks at dusk, www.visiteffinghamil.com.

MARSHALL

Fireworks at Mill Creek Lake, 7 p.m., July 3, boat parade, fireworks at dusk, west of Marshall on the Clarksville Road, www.clarkcountyparkdistrict.com, (217) 889-3901.

Marshall Fourth of July Celebration, 9 p.m., July 4, fireworks at dusk, Clark County Fairgrounds, Marshall, (217) 826-8087.

SHELBYVILLE

Fireworks in Shelbyville, 9 p.m. July 4, Forest Park, Shelbyville, www.lakeshelbyville.com.

STEWARDSON

Stewardson Old-Fashioned 4th, 11 a.m., July 1, Community Park, Stewardson.

SULLIVAN

July 4th Celebration, 5 p.m., today through July 3, carnival; 11 a.m., Wed. carnival, parade, turtle races, watermelong eating contest, fireworks; Wyman Park, Sullivan, (217) 728-4612.

TUSCOLA

Sparks in the Park, 5 p.m., July 6, parade, inflatables, bands, fireworks at dusk, Ervin Park; 7 a.m., July 7, pancake breakfast, 5K run/walk, farmer’s market, baseball, horseshow, mud volley ball and soccer tournaments, horseshow tournament, water balloon toss tournament, kids activities, live music, pool party, mulitiple locations, point2tuscola.org/sparks-park-0.

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June 29

12-5 p.m., Mattoon Farmer’s Market, Peterson Park, 500 Broadway, 234-3611, www.mattoonillinois.gov.

4-7 p.m., Clark County Farmer’s Market – West Union, West Union Cafe Lot, 203 N. Illinois Highway 1, West Union, (217) 932-3982 or (217) 264-3990.

5 p.m., Paap Printing Friday Fun Night, Coles County Dragway USA, 4700 W. State St., Charleston, www.colescountydragwayusa.com, (217) 345-7777.

5 p.m., Blues, Brews BBQ Festival, downtown Champaign, visit the website for a complete schedule of events, bluesbrewsandbbqfest.com, (217) 351-4133.

6-9 p.m., AMP program featuring EIU athletes and trainers, Ashmore Community Center, Ashmore, Ashmore Community Center on Facebook, (217) 349-8606.

6-8 p.m., Marie McGlone performs, Oilfield, North of Casey on Highway 49, Oilfield Illinois on Facebook, (217) 549-9053.

7 p.m., Acoustic Circle Jam, Jackson Ave. Coffee, 708 Jackson Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-5283, www.jacksonavenuecoffee.com.

7:30 p.m., music and dancing, Paris VFW, 601 W. Court St., Paris, (217) 466-3110.

8 p.m., Eric Gordon performs, Bement Country Opry, 111 S. Macon, Bement, www.bementcountryopry.com, (217) 877-6499.

8 p.m., Poprocks perform, The Stage @ Lake Sara, 8724 Marine Drive, Effingham, www.thestagepage.com.

8 p.m., Marshall Community Band Concert, Courthouse Lawn, Marshall, (217) 826-3174.

8-10 p.m., “Sounds at the Grounds” live music, Common Grounds, 1612 Charleston Ave., Mattoon, (217) 235-2326, www.mattooncommongrounds.com.

9 p.m., Fuedin’ Hillbilly’s perform, Tolono Fun Days, Tolono, www.feudinhillbillys.com.

9:30 p.m., Superbad performs, Mac’s Uptowner, 623 Monroe Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-4622.

June 30

7-11 a.m., Neoga Farmers Market, downtown Neoga, Sixth and Chestnut, (217) 895-3237, www.neoga.org.

7-11 a.m., Edgar County Farmer’s Market, north side of the square in Paris, (217) 465-8511, www.edgarcountyfarmbureau.org.

7:30 a.m., 2nd Annual Mayhem at Mill Creek Extreme Trails Run, Mill Creek Park, Marshall, www.clarkcountyparkdistrict.com, (217) 889-3901.

8 a.m.-12 p.m., Abundant Market — Tuscola Downtown Farmers’ Market, Main and Sale streets, Tuscola, (217) 253-2552, www.point2tuscola.org.

8 a.m.-12 p.m., Effingham Farmer’s Market, Village Square Mall, south U.S. Route 45, Effingham, www.wix.com/effinghamfm/farmersmarket.

8 a.m., Tolono Fun Day, West Side Park, Tolono, www.facebook.com/TolonoFunDay.

9 a.m.-noon, Findlay Farmers’ Market, Community Center, South Second Street, Findlay, (217) 855-3946, www.findlayillinois.com.

9 a.m.-4 p.m., Garden Walk and Art Fair, $5, Methodist Park, 300 W. Court St., Paris, (217) 466-4215.

9 a.m.-12 p.m., Volunteer to Help Plant, Douglas-Hart Nature Center, 2204 Dewitt Ave. East, Mattoon, www.dhnature.org, (217) 235-4644.

10 a.m., World War II Re-enactment, Rockome Gardens, 125 N County Road 425 E, Arcola, www.rockome.com, (217) 268-4106.

10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., “Gather at the Gardens” 2012 Garden Walk, $5 advance, $6 day of event, throughout Mattoon, (217) 234-3018.

11 a.m., 401 in Steam, times vary, check the website for a complete schedule, Monticello Railway Museum, 92 Iron Horse Place, Monticello, www.mrym.org, (217) 762-9011.

12 p.m., Blues, Brews BBQ Festival, downtown Champaign, visit the website for a complete schedule of events, bluesbrewsandbbqfest.com, (217) 351-4133.

1 p.m., DIY Wizards Weekend, Orpheum Children’s Science Museum, 346 N. Neil, Champaign, (217) 352-5895, www.orpheumkids.com.

1-4 p.m., Homestead Prairie Farm tours, Macon County Conservation District, Decatur, (217) 423-7708, www.maconcountyconservation.org.

2 p.m., Firecracker $600 No-Box Purse” featuring box, No-Box and Novice Street, Coles County Dragway USA, 4700 W. State St., Charleston, (217) 345-7777, www.colescountydragwayusa.com.

2 p.m., Bird Watching Basics, Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Lane, Decatur, www.maconcountyconservation.org, (217) 423-7708.

3-5 p.m., Vahling Vineyards hosts Illinois Old-Time Fiddlers, Vahling Vineyards, R.R.1 Box 51, Stewardson, www.vahlingvineyards.com, (217) 682-5409.

3-10 p.m., One Year Anniversary featuring Heather Marty and Good Wood, Tuscan Hills Winery, 2200 Historic Hills Drive, Effingham, www.effinghamwinery.com, (217) 347-9463.

4-6 p.m., 68th Annual Wabash Valley Juried Exhibition opening reception, Swope Art Museum, 25 S. Seventh St., Terre Haute, Ind., www.swope.org, (812) 238-1676.

4:30-8 p.m., 44th Annual 4-H Pork BBQ – Cumberland County, Toledo Christian Church, 501 S. Maryland St., Toledo.

5:30 p.m., Prairie Land Rebels performs, Long Creek Vineyards, 7185 E. Firehouse Road, Decatur, www.longcreekvineyards.com.

6 p.m., Blue Suede Crew performs, Ste. Marie Music Festival, Ste. Marie.

6:30 p.m., Tinsley Ellis performs, Miller Beer and MGKC Main Stage, downtown Champaign, Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival, www.urbanablues.com, (217) 359-6960.

7 p.m., Evening Nature Hike, Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Lane, Decatur, www.maconcountyconservation.org, (217) 423-7708.

7 p.m., The Edwards Family performs, Jackson Ave. Coffee, 708 Jackson Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-5283, www.jacksonavenuecoffee.com.

7 p.m., Scott Haggard performs, Boot City Opry, 11800 S. U.S. Highway 41, Terre Haute, Ind., www.bootcityopry.com, (812) 299-8379.

9 p.m., Fuedin’ Hillbilly’s perform, Rockin’ the Runway, Rantoul, www.feudinhillbillys.com.

10 p.m., Evil Tents performs, Mike N’ Molly’s, 105 N. Market, Champaign, www.mikenmollys.com, (217) 355-1236.

July 1 

10 a.m. World War II Re-enactment, Rockome Gardens, 125 N County Road 425 E, Arcola, www.rockome.com, (217) 268-4106.

11 a.m., 401 in Steam, times vary, check the website for a complete schedule, Monticello Railway Museum, 92 Iron Horse Place, Monticello, www.mrym.org, (217) 762-9011.

12:30-4:30 p.m., Teutopolis Monastery Museum open, East and Garrott Streets, Teutopolis, (217) 857-3586.

1-4 p.m., Homestead Prairie Farm tours, Macon County Conservation District, Decatur, (217) 423-7708, www.maconcountyconservation.org.

2 p.m., How Baseball was Born: The Myths of its Early Days, Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Lane, Decatur, www.maconcountyconservation.org, (217) 423-7708.

2-4 p.m., Twilighters perform, Forest park, Shelbyville, (217) 774-2251.

2-5 p.m, Dove Fundraiser featuring Joyful Noize, Long Creek Vineyards, 7185 E. Firehouse Road, Decatur, www.longcreekvineyards.com.

6-8:30 p.m., Battle Creek County performs, 4th of July Celebration, Raymond.

6:30-8 p.m., Hessel Park Concert Series, Gavin Stolte Project, Hessel Park, Kirby Avenue Grandview Drive, Champaign, www.champaignparkdistrict.com.

7 p.m., Music in the Park, Spicer Pavilion, West Park, Paris, www.parisillinois.org.

8 p.m., K. Flay performs, Canopy Club, 708 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, www.canopyclub.com, (217) 344-2263.

July 2

11:30 a.m.-1p.m., Hay Livestock Auction, Arthur Sale Bar, Arthur, (217) 543-3255.

4:30 p.m., Stewardson Farmer’s Market, Community Building, Stewardson, (217) 682-5555.

6 p.m., Muddy Grove CD release party, $10, $6, Bourbon Street Steakhouse, 2100 Broadway Ave., Mattoon, www.muddygrove.com, (217) 254-0029 or (217) 246-4964.

9-10 p.m., Abe Froman Project: Live Improv Comedy Troupe, Mike ‘N Molly’s, 105 N Market, Champaign, (217) 355-1236, www.mikenmollys.com.

10-11 p.m., Rockstar Karaoke, Mike ‘N Molly’s, 105 N Market, Champaign, (217) 355-1236, www.mikenmollys.com.

July 3 

6-10:30 a.m., Charleston Farmer’s Market, Courthouse Square, Charleston, (217) 348-8018.

3-6 p.m., Bethany Farmer’s Market, Bethany American Legion, 112 W. Highway 121, Bethany, Bethany Farmer’s Market on Facebook, (217) 665-3453.

4:30-6:30 p.m., Shelbyville Farmer’s Market, 4-H County Fairgrounds, North Highway 128, (217) 744-2221, www.shelbyvillefarmersmarket.com.

6:30 p.m., Jason and the Haymakers perform, Red, White Blue Days, Morton Park, Charleston, www.charlestonredwhiteandblue.com.

7 p.m., Jazz and Blues Jam, Jackson Ave. Coffee, 708 Jackson Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-5283, www.jacksonavenuecoffee.com.

8 p.m., Jake Owen performs, Red, White Blue Days, Morton Park, Charleston, www.charlestonredwhiteandblue.com.

8 p.m., Fireworks Train, Monticello Railway Museum, 992 Iron Horse Place, Monticello, www.mrym.org, (217) 762-9011.

July 4

2:30 p.m., Blue Moon Swamp performs, Red, White Blue Days, Morton Park, Charleston, www.charlestonredwhiteandblue.com.

3 p.m., Capital City Celebration, Sunburst pageant, food and craft vendors, bands, free family activities and ice cream, fireworks at dusk, 2nd Capitol, Springfield, www.springfieldjaycees.org, (217) 533-2082.

4 p.m., Carl Acuff, Jr. The Road Hawgs performs, Casey 4th of July Celebration, Fairview Park, Casey.

6 p.m., Mike Porter performs, Flora Fireworks, Flora, www.mikeporter.com.

6-9 p.m., Battle Creek County performs, 4th of July Celebration, Forest Park, Shelbyville.

6:30 p.m., Concert by the Decatur Park Singers and Young Park Singers, Nelson Park, 2301 E. Lakeshore Dr., Decatur Park District Independence Day Celebration, (217) 422-591.

7 p.m., Gunny Sack Revue performs, 1061 Yoder Center, downtown Arthur, free, www.gazeboannex.com.

7 p.m., Carl Acuff, Jr. The Road Hawgs performs, Casey 4th of July Celebration, Fairview Park, Casey.

7:30-9:30 p.m., Taylor Wagner performs, Robinson City Park, Robinson, www.taylorwagnermusic.com.

8 p.m., karaoke night, Friends and Company, 509 VanBuren Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-2380.

8:30-10 p.m., Comedy Club, Decatur Conference Center and Hotel’s Sports Zone, 4191 U.S. Highway 36 West, Decatur, $5, (217) 422-6800.

9 p.m., The Piano Man, Canopy Club, 708 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, www.canopyclub.com, (217) 344-2263.

July 5

4:30-6:30 p.m., Strasburg Farmer’s Market, Strasburg Park, two blocks east of Route 32, (217) 644-3167.

5 p.m., Krannert Uncorked with DR Dixie Band, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, 500 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, www.krannertcenter.com, (217) 333-6700.

6 p.m., Bag Toss Tournament, American Legion Post 88, 1903 Maple Ave., Mattoon, (217) 234-7155.

6-8 p.m., Thursday Thunder featuring The Stone Electric, Buffalo Wild Wings, 1001 Avenue of Mid-America 1, Effingham, www.legacyhd.com, (217) 342-3494.

6:30 p.m., Music in the Park, Spicer Pavilion, West Park, Paris, www.parisillinois.org.

7 p.m., Open Mic Night, Jackson Ave. Coffee, 708 Jackson Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-5283, www.jacksonavenuecoffee.com.

7:30 p.m., Community Band Concert, Kiwanis Park Amphitheater, Division and Jackson Streets, Charleston, (217) 345-6897.

7:30-9:30 p.m., Battle Creek County performs, Robinson Summerfest. Robinson City Park, Robinson.

8 p.m., Dubclub night, Friends and Company, 509 VanBuren Ave., Charleston, (217) 345-2380.

9 p.m., Vanattica performs, Canopy Club, 708 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, www.canopyclub.com, (217) 344-2263.

10 p.m., Morgan Orion performs, Mike n’ Molly’s, 105 N. Market, Champaign, www.mikenmollys.com, (217) 355-1236.

Ongoing

“The Diary of Anne Frank,” Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, 500 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, www.krannertcenter.com, (217) 333-6700.

“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” through July 1; “The Pirates of Penzance,” July 5-15, Little Theatre on the Square, 16 E. Harrison, Sullivan, www.thelittletheatre.org, (217) 728-7375.

Gaslight Art Colony member exhibit, through July 14, Gaslight Art Colony, 516 Archer Ave., Marshall, (217) 808-2115, www.gaslightartcolony.com.

“Baseball Across Three Centuries,” Sponsored by the Coles County Historical Society, through Sept. 15, Museum at the Depot, Amtrak Train Station, Broadway Avenue, Mattoon, www.coleshistory.net.

“Bicentennial Art Center Members Only Exhibit,” through July 20, Bicentennial Art Center and Museum, 132 S. Central Ave., Paris, www.parisartcenter.com, (217) 466-8130.

Vintage train rides, Monticello Railway Museum, weekends through Oct. 14, 992 Iron Horse Place, Monticello, (217) 762-9011, www.mrym.org.

Marie Moore, “Wildflowers in a Coffee Can,” pastel, through June, Mattoon Public Library, 1600 Charleston Ave., (217) 234-2621, www.mattoonlibrary.org.

Joe Ethridge photographs on display, through July, Common Grounds, 1612 Charleston Ave., Mattoon, 235-2326, sponsored by Mattoon Arts Council and West and Co., mattoonartscouncil.org.

“Building Memories” historical exhibit, through Aug. 26, Booth Library, south Fourth Street, EIU, Charleston, (217) 581-6063, www.library.eiu.edu.

Tarble Arts Center, EIU, Ninth Street and Cleveland Avenue, Charleston, 581-2787; “Watercolor Quilts by Rod Buffington,” through Aug. 12; “Skirting Convention: Illinois Women Artists, 1840-1940,” through Sept. 16; Summer Sculpture Residency exhibit, ongoing; Tarble Arts Center Outdoor Sculpture Court, ongoing.

Cultivating Creativity children’s art exhibit, through July 12, Edgar County Bank Trust, 101 S. Front St., Kansas, (217) 581-2787.

Heritage Network of Decatur Macon County exhibit, through July, Decatur Public Library, 130 N. Franklin St., (217) 422-1509.

Sue Watt’s photography, through July, Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Lane, Decatur, (217) 423-7708.

Dan Modzelewski’s colored pencil drawings, through July, Decatur Airport’s Lobby Gallery, (217) 422-1509.

Decatur Area Arts Council Exhibit, through July 28, Madden Arts Center’s, Anne Lloyd Gallery, 125 N. Water St., Decatur, (217) 423-3189.

Helen Hamilton, pastel portrait artist, through June, Gallery 510, 160 Main St., Decatur, (217) 422-1509.

Macon County History Museum, 5580 N. Fork Road, Decatur, 422-4919: “Political Conventions, Campaigns and Elections: Facts and Myths about our Elected Leaders” exhibit, ongoing; “A Gentleman Always Tips His Hat” exhibit, ongoing; “Quilting…As American as Apple Pie,” ongoing.

Krannert Art Museum, 500 E. Peabody Road, Champaign, 333-1861, kam.illinois.edu., “Walking in Paris: Viewing the City and Its Denizens in the 19th Century,” through Aug. 12; “Expressions in Color: Selections from the Museum’s 20th Century Collection,” through Dec. 30.

U of I Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 1408 W. Gregory Drive, Champaign, (217) 333-3777, www.library.illinois.edu; Carl Sandburg manuscript collection, ongoing; “Crystallography: Defining the Shape of Our Modern World,” through July 13.

Spurlock Museum, 600 S. Gregory St., Urbana, (217) 244-3355, www.spurlock.illinois.edu; “Workman Gallery of Asian Cultures,” “Faletti Gallery of African Cultures,” both ongoing; !Carnaval! exhibit, through Aug. 11.

Parkland College Staerkel Planetarium, 2400 W. Bradley, Champaign, $3-$5, (217) 351-2568, 357-2466: “Prairie Skies,”

“The Planets,” “One World, One Sky,” view show times at www2.parkland.edu/planetarium/index.html.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, 212 N. Sixth St., Springfield, (217) 557-6250, www.alplm.org; “Gettysburg Address” on display through Sept. 4; “Illinois Answers the Call: Boys in Blue” Civil War 150th Anniversary exhibit, through December; “To Kill and to Heal: Weapons and Medicine of the Civil War,” ongoing.

Illinois State Museum, 502 S. Spring St., Springfield, free, (217) 782-7386; “Changes: Dynamic Illinois Environments” exhibition; “Peoples of the Past” exhibition; Morton B. Barker paperweight collection; anthropology exhibit, all ongoing.

“General of the Month” exhibit, ongoing, Old State Capital State Historic Site, 1 Old State Capital Plaza, Springfield, (217) 785-7960, www.illinoishistory.gov.

Sculptures on the Avenue, ongoing, City Hall, 201 E. Jefferson Ave., Effingham, (217) 342-5310, www.visiteffinghamil.com.

68th Annual Wabash Valley Juried Exhibition, through Aug. 25, Swope Art Museum, 25 S. Seventh St., Terre Haute, Ind., www.swope.org, (812) 238-1676.

 

On the big screen

 Listings for June 29-July 5

MATTOON

AMC Showplace 10, 234-8898, 348-8884, (888) AMC-4FUN, www.amctheatres.com; “People Like Us” (PG-13); “Magic Mike” (R); “Ted” (R); “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection” (PG-13); “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” (R); “Brave” (PG); “Rock of Ages” (PG-13); “That’s My Boy” (R); “Madagascar 3” (PG); “Snow White and the Huntsman” (PG-13); view pricing and showtimes at www.AMCTheatres.com.

Lytle Park, south 32nd Street, Mattoon, (217) 234-2621, www.mattoonlibrary.org; movies begin at dusk Friday, bring chairs and/or blankets; “Princess Bride” (PG).

CHARLESTON

LifeSpan Center, 11021 E. County Road 800N, Charleston; free movies w/ popcorn and lemonade; movie times are 1 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; July 3, “Puss in Boots” (PG); July 4, LifeSpan closed; July 5, “Independence Day” (PG-13); July 6, “My Fellow Americans” (PG-13); call (217) 639-5150 or visit www.colescouncilonaging.org for more information.

CHAMPAIGN-URBANA

The Art Theatre, Church and Neil, Champaign, $5.50-$15, 800-237-8752: “Moonrise Kingdom” (PG-13); “Fight Club” (R); “Music From the Big House” (NR); visit the website, www.thecuart.com, for showtimes.

DECATUR

Avon Theatre, 426 N. Water, $5.50-$7, (217) 422-8151: “People Like Us” (PG-13); “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” (R); “Brave” (PG); view updates and show times at www.theavon.com.

EFFINGHAM

RMC Cinemas, Village Square Mall, south U.S. Route 45: “People Like Us” (PG-13); “Magic Mike” (R); “Ted” (R); “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” (R); *“Brave” (PG); “Rock of Ages” (PG-13); “That’s My Boy” (R); “Madagascar 3” (PG); view updates and showtimes at www.rmccinemas.com.

NEWTON

Fairview Drive-in, Rte. 33 E., Newton, $3-6: “Brave” (PG); “Avengers” (PG-13); receive updates and showtimes at (618) 455-3100, www.earlann.net/fairviewdrivein.html.

PARIS

The Paris Theater, 119 N. Central Ave., Paris, $3-4: “That’s My Boy” (R), through July 1; “The Amazing Spiderman” (PG-13), special midnight premiere July 2, regular engagement begins July 3; “Brave” (PG-13); receive updates and showtimes at (217) 465-6048, The Paris Theater on Facebook.

SHELBYVILLE

Boarman’s Roxy, 149 E. Main St., all shows $4: “Snow White and the Huntsman” (PG-13); receive updates and showtimes at (217) 774-ROXY (7699), www.boarmansroxytheatre.com.

 

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