D.I.C.E. Events

SRCA presents Sidewalk Cinema, a Downtown Innovative Community Event
(DICE) program : “Raiders of the Lost Ark”
-Outdoor Movie shown on a Blimp Screen

Friday, August 29, 2008, 9pmat the Home Savings Plaza, corner of Water and Main Streets, Downtown Kent, OH

CONTACT: 330-673-4970

Free and Open to the Public

Standing Rock Cultural Arts would like to thank the following
organizations for sponsoring the D.I.C.E. program:

The Ohio Arts Council, The Henry V. and Frances W. Christenson
Foundation, The City of Kent, The Kent Parks and Recreation Department,
The Home Savings Bank, Woodsy’s Music, City Bank Antiques, The
Hall-Green Insurance Agency, The Kent Area Chamber of Commerce, Taco
Tantos, The Wild Goat Cafe, Huntington National Bank, The Franklin
Square Deli, Rays Place, Sue Nelson Designs, and The Star of the West
Milling Company.

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“RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” INFO:

Director: Steven Spielberg
Writers: George Lucas (story) and Philip Kaufman (story)

Release Date: 12 June 1981 (USA)

Plot:
The year is 1936. A professor who studies archeology named Inidana Jones
is venturing in the jungles in South America searching for a golden
statue. Unfortunately, he sets off a deadly trap doing so, miraculously,
he escapes. Then, Jones hears from a museum curator named Marcus Brody
about a biblical artifact called The Ark of the Covenant, which can hold
the key to humanly existence. Jones has to venture to vast places such
as Nepal and Egypt to find this artifact. However, he will have to fight
his enemy Renee Belloq and a band of Nazis in order to reach it.

Awards:
Won 4 Oscars. Another 24 wins & 21 nominations more

Rating: PG

Runtime: 115 min

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D.I.C.E. is a program of Standing Rock Cultural Arts, a non profit art
and educational organization based in downtown Kent.

D. I.C. E. is a series of Open Air Events that take place in Downtown
Kent at the Home Savings Plaza.

The Goal of D.I.C.E. is to provide an economic boost to Kent’s Downtown
Business District by offering cultural events free and open to the public.

The objectives are:

1. To attract shoppers to the Downtown Shopping District
2. To attract storeowners, restaurants, and other business owners to
move in to vacant downtown spaces.
3. To show pride in our downtown community and celebrate the unique
businesses located there.

These include three Sidewalk Cinema Events where a popular film is
rented and shown, free of charge, to attract people to the Downtown
Shopping District. Other examples include Poetry in The Park, an Old
Fashioned Ice Cream Social, A Cider Festival, and an Ice Sculpting Event.

At these events,. music and children’s activities are included. Popcorn,
pre-packaged food, and beverages will be for sale by local businesses
such as The Caroline Roberts Dance Academy, Anthony’s Cafe, and Stahl’s
Bakery. When in season, Beckwith’s Orchards sells cider made from their
orchard. Woodsy’s provides a Sound System if needed.

Remaining 2008 Schedule

-Friday, August 29, 9:00pm Sidewalk Cinema
-Saturday, November 1, noon-3:00pm Cider Festival
-Saturday, February 7, 1:00-4:00pm Ice Carving Demonstration


Downtown Innovative Community Event (DICE). Sidewalk Cinema
-“Spirited Away”
-Outdoor Movie shown on a Blimp Screen

Friday, July 25, 9pm at the Home Savings Plaza, corner of Water and Main Streets,
-Downtown Kent, OH

CONTACT: 330-903-2055

Free and Open to the Public

Special thanks to The City of Kent, The Ohio Arts Council, Woodsy’s
Music, The Kent Area Chamber of Commerce, City Bank Antiques, The Home
Savings Bank, Taco Tantos. Sue Nelson Designs, Star of the West Milling
Co., Kent Parks and Recreation, The Hall-Green Agency Inc., Ray’s Place,
and The Huntington National Bank for helping sponsor these events.

Directors: Hayao Miyazaki, Kirk Wise (co-director) (english version)
Writers: Hayao Miyazaki (story) Hayao Miyazaki (screenplay)
Release Date: 27 July 2001 (Japan)

Plot:
In the middle of her family's move to the suburbs, a sullen 10-year-old
girl wanders into a animated world ruled by gods, witches, and monsters;
where humans are changed into animals; and a bathhouse for these creatures.

Awards: Won Oscar. Another 35 wins & 18 nominations more

MPAA: Rated PG for some scary moments.


Runtime: 125 min

Downtown Innovative Community Events (D.I.C.E.)
2008 Schedule

D.I.C.E. is a program of Standing Rock Cultural Arts.

The Mission of D.I.C.E. is to revitalize downtown business districts
through cultural events.

Standing Rock Cultural Arts,is a non profit art and education
organization based at 257 N. Water St., in downtown Kent. SRCA produces
these DICE events in cooperation with downtown businesses to help
increase foot traffic to the area.

D.I.C.E. includes three Sidewalk Cinema Events where a popular film is
shown, free of charge, to attract people to the Downtown Shopping
District. Other examples include Poetry in the Park, an Old Fashioned
Ice Cream Social, A Cider Festival, and an Ice Sculpting Event.

At these events, music and children’s activities are included. Popcorn,
pre-packaged food, and beverages are for sale by local businesses such
as Anthony’s Cafe, and Stahl’s Bakery. Art and Craft vendors are invited
as well.


2008 Schedule

-Friday, June 27, 9:00pm Sidewalk Cinema
-Friday, July 25, 9:00pm Sidewalk Cinema
-Saturday, August 2, 1:00-4:00pm Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social
-Friday, August 29, 9:00pm Sidewalk Cinema
-Saturday, November 1, noon-3:00pm Cider Festival
-Saturday, February 7, 2009 1:00-4:00pm Ice Carving Demonstration


Standing Rock Cultural Arts and Downtown Businesses present:
Downtown Innovative Community Event (DICE).
Sidewalk Cinema
-“Who Framed Roger Rabbit
-Outdoor Movie shown on a Blimp Screen

Friday, June 27, 9pm at the Home Savings Plaza - at the corner of
Water and Main Streets, Downtown Kent, OH
-film will start at 9:30 after it gets dark.

Free and Open to the Public

Special thanks to The City of Kent, Woodsy’s Music, City Bank Antiques,
The Home Savings Bank, Sue Nelson Designs, The Hall-Green Agency Inc.,
Ray’s Place, and The Huntington National Bank for helping sponsor these
events.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit” Info

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson

In Robert Zemeckis's trailblazing combination of animation and
live-action, Hollywood's 1940s cartoon stars are a subjugated minority,
living in the ghettolike "Toontown" where their movements are sharply
monitored by the human power establishment. The Toons are permitted to
perform in a Cotton Club-style nightspot but are forbidden to patronize
the joint. One of Toontown's leading citizens, whacked-out Roger Rabbit,
is framed for the murder of human nightclub owner Marvin Acme (Stubby
Kaye). Private detective Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins), whose prejudice
against Toons stems from the time that his brother was killed by a
falling cartoon piano, reluctantly agrees to clear Roger of the
accusation. Most of the sociopolitical undertones of the original novel
were weeded of the 1988 film version, with emphasis shifted to, more
enjoyably, a stream of eye-popping special effects.

Director: Robert Zemeckis
Writers: Gary K. Wolf (novel), Jeffrey Price (writer)
Release Date: 22 June 1988 (USA)
Rating: PG
Runtime: 104 min