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Family Weekend Celebration at Mt. Orab Amphitheater June 10-11

By Martha Jacob –

On Friday, June 10 beginning at 6 p.m., and on Saturday, June 11 at 6 p.m. Easygiggs Produc-tions will present the BIGEasy’s Family Weekend Celebration.
Eric Penn with Easygiggs Productions, is sponsoring this two-day event.
“There’s nothing quite like family!” Penn said in a press release. “No matter how big or small, the love of a family can move mountains.
“That’s why our family decided to celebrate it with this BigEasy Family Weekend Celebration at the Mt. Orab Park Amphitheater. Please come out and join us and bring your families.”
On Friday, June 10 the event will open at 6 p.m. for an evening filled with Disney Movie Magic with a free family movie (Zootopia) under the stars, complete with concessions and a special meet and greet with some favorite Disney cartoon characters, including Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Buzz Lightyear, Sheriff Woody and Jessie.
“Movie night will be great fun for children and adults,” Penn said. “But the fun doesn’t stop there, on Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. there will be another evening of Disney music featuring some of everyone’s favorite Disney songs from featured films.”
The event will also including an amazing concert featuring performances from The Professionals at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Cincinnati, the Western Brown High School Choir and professional solo  artists,  Mandy Franceschina, Lynnette Bohman, Olivia Hardy, Tony Hall, Tim Caudill, Jessie Stringfield, Sara Jordan, Caleb Penn, Giggs Trips, BigEasy Eric Penn and feature performances as well as a special meet and greet with Disney storybook characters including Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, Aurora, Tiana, Alice from Wonderland, Quasimodo, Olaf, Elsa, Cruella De Ville, Merida, Darth Vader and Rey from Star Wars.
“This fun filled family event is free to the public,” Penn said, “So mark your calendars and join us at BIGEasy’s Family Weekend Celebration on June 10 and 11.”
For more information please visit www.easygiggsproductions.com.

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