Get out of the house this evening, grab a blanket, and post up on the back lawn of Eye Level Art's gallery for a showing of the 1958 Elvis Presley flick, 'King Creole'.
Here's a bit about the film:
Elvis Presley delivers one of his finest early performances in King Creole. Elvis plays a teenager named Danny Fisher, who is forced to drop out of school to help support his ineffective father (Dean Jagger). Drawn to trouble like a magnet, Danny is saved from a jail term by New Orleans saloon keeper, who gives the boy a job as a singer.
Tickets to the show are only $5 each, and you're welcome to bring your own blankets, beach chairs food and drinks. However, if you'd rather pack light, cajun food will be on sale during the show courtesy of Norma Farrell.
The gallery, located at 103 Spring Street will open their doors at 8 p.m. and the movie will start promptly at 8:30 p.m.