So, we went to “Cine Brunch” at the Oakmont Theater to see The Wizard of Oz and have brunch.
First things first, old theaters are awesome. Â Beyond that, the Oakmont Bakery (who provided the food) is very good as was “made in house” popcorn.
Brunch was quiche, bacon and an assortment of pastries along with coffee & juice. Â All was good and made for a nice, slow morning.
Don’t need to say much about the movie, The Wizard of OZ is loads of fun. Â The one downside, it was not film (digital :-() so it felt a little like watching a really big TV as opposed to a movie for some reason. Â Things were kicked off by the local librarian telling a few stories about the creation of the original story (do you know where the name OZ came from?)
Turns out the theater does these on a regular basis; you do need tickets in advance so plan ahead.