Editor’s Choice – 01/12/11

Editor’s Pick

By Nicole Wroten

The Little Art Theatre in Yellow Springs offers two of my favorite things together for one low price: brunch and a movie. Every Sunday, you can enjoy an absolutely delicious brunch at The Winds Cafe, followed by a movie at The Little Art Theatre for only $15 per person. This package includes one ticket to see a movie that day at the Little Art. Be sure to check www.littleart.com or ask your server for that day’s show schedule information. Seating for brunch continues from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Little Art Theatre is one of America’s cinematic treasures. It has a proud tradition of showing some of the finest art, independent, documentary and Hollywood films for over 50 years. Sounds like the perfect Sunday afternoon to me. The Winds Cafe is located at 215 Xenia Ave. in Yellow Springs. Little Art Theatre is located just down the street at 247 Xenia Ave. (Rt. 68) in Yellow Springs. Call (937) 767-7671 for show times.

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