On Saturday, the Romance Theater hosted an interactive viewing of Back to the Future. With activities for all ages, the event was filled with nostalgia and fun.
The event kicked off at 6:30 p.m., beginning with a search-and-find activity for items reminiscent of the film. Prizes were given as attendees discovered the listed items that were scattered throughout the auditorium.
Though the film was cut short due to technical difficulties, attendees still participated in the interactive activities available. The night offered trivia for long-standing Back to the Future fans as well as other activities, including a costume contest. The winner — sporting a cosplay of Marty McFly — was the winner of an electric hoverboard.
Rexburg Arts plans to facilitate more interactive movie experiences of fan favorites and are open to recommendations.
“We’re negotiating the title for the next activity which is scheduled for March 18. Stay tuned,” said Jed Platt, the Cultural Arts Director.
At the event, Rexburg Arts distributed the information and opportunity to donate to aid the restoration of the Rexburg Tabernacle. More information about this project can be found here.