Jul 31 2020
Free Film: October Sky

Free Film: October Sky

Presented by Davis Arts Council at Kenley Amphitheater

John Hickam is a West Virginia coal miner who loves his job and expects his sons, Jim and Homer, to follow in his footsteps. But Jim gets a football scholarship, and Homer becomes interested in rocket science after seeing Sputnik 1 crossing the sky. John disapproves of his son’s new mania, but Homer begins building rockets with the help of friends and a sympathetic teacher. Rocketry, he hopes, will prove his ticket to a better life.

MPAA Rating: PG
CSM Rating: Ages 10+

All Davis Arts Council Free Friday Films are screened with subtitles.

Face masks are required, per Layton City rule. Social distancing measures will be in place at this event. We strongly encourage only household groups sit together. More information on health and safety measures can be found at https://davisarts.org/COVID

This program is sponsored by Layton R.A.M.P.

Admission Info

Tickets are free but required and are available at http://tickets.davisarts.org or at the door

Phone: 801-546-8575

Email: creative@davisarts.org

Dates & Times

2020/07/31 - 2020/07/31

Location Info

Kenley Amphitheater

403 North Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT 84041

Parking Info

All parking options are free! The closest places are the Layton City Building/Surf ‘n Swim parking lot, along the road on Wasatch Drive, or at Layton High School.