Support The Port Foundation, Inc,
SupPORTflix and Chill -
"Soulfood" Sunday(Feast and a film) edition
(Wlmington, NC) - Support The Port and The Black Arts Alliance wants to treat the community during the holiday season after hurricane Florence with Soul Food Sunday(feast and a a film). Soul Food Sunday is a movie screening and dinner, plus free turkey and thanksgiving feast giveaway, on Sunday, November 18th, 2018, from 4-7pm at The Sportsman club 1111 on Castle St. Attendees will be able to watch the classic 1992 film "Soulfood", while enjoying a feastful meal of lite bites provided by Savorez, and more restaurants around town. After the film, guest will receive a free turkey, and a box full of can goods.
*Only One Box Per Household*
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Who: Support The Port & The Black Arts Alliance
What: SupPORTflix and Chill - Soul food Sunday (Feast and a film) edition
When: Sunday, November 18th, 2018
Film will start at 4:30
Turkey Giveaway will start at 6:00pm - Those that come to watch the movie will get first dibs on Thanksgiving Dinner Box
Where: Sportsman cluB 1111 Castle St
About Soul Food:
Soulfood Tells the story of a big African-American family from Chicago with warm-hearted good cheer; in the way it cuts between stories of romance and trouble, it's like "Waiting to Exhale," but more down to earth and believable--and funnier.
When Ahmad Simmons' (Brandon Hammond) diabetic grandmother, Josephine "Big Mama" Joseph (Irma P. Hall), falls into a coma during an operation to amputate her leg, it throws the Joseph family into chaos. Ahmad watches as his mother, Maxine (Vivica A. Fox), and aunts Teri (Vanessa L. Williams) and Tracy (Nia Long) struggle to adjust to the family matriarch's sudden absence, fall into old rivalries, share memories, and work to maintain the long-standing tradition of Sunday family dinners.
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