The Nicholas Sparks Foundation is hosting a benefit screening of the recently released film, The Longest Ride, on Monday, June 15, 2015, at the New Bern Civic Theatre, 414 Pollock Street in downtown New Bern. “Walk the Red Carpet with Nicholas Sparks” will give patrons the opportunity to meet Nicholas and have their picture taken with him on the red carpet.
Autographed pictures will be available at an additional cost.
The red carpet opens at 5:30 pm for one hour and the movie will begin at 6:45 pm. Complimentary popcorn and soft drinks are included. Immediately following the screening, the Foundation will welcome patrons for a dessert reception in their offices at the Kress Mall, 309 Middle Street, Suite 7.
A limited number of tickets for the event are available at $45.00 for adults and $25 for children aged 12 and under and are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Tickets may be purchased online at http://goo.gl/aWW1OM . They are also available at Hearne’s Jewelers at 1331 McCarthy Blvd in New Bern and at the Foundation’s office at 309 Middle Street, Suite 7.
The Nicholas Sparks Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) public charity that strives to increase access to innovative global learning opportunities for students across the country. We envision a world where all students and teachers experience enriched global learning that equips them to engage the multi-dimensional cultural, entrepreneurial, ecological, and leadership challenges of our 21st century world.
One of the Foundation’s signature programs, the Rural Scholarship Alliance, is focused on serving rural communities with poverty and a lack of resources to provide learning experiences that broaden the personal vision of each student’s future to improve global challenges and change the world.
Nicholas Sparks is the world’s most beloved storyteller and has written 17 New York Times bestsellers that have sold more than 97 million copies in 50 languages worldwide. The Longest Ride is the tenth novel adapted for the big screen and was premiered in Los Angeles on April 6, 2015.
For more information: Contact Tia Scott or Michael Armentrout at the Foundation’s office at 252-649-1739.