HIGHLANDS CINEMAS

HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

HIGHLANDS CINEMAS HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR PATRONAGE, AND ALSO THANK THOSE WHO DONATED TO THE CATS FOR THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS. TOM CAT ALLEY IS GETTING A NEW HOUSE, AND NEXT YEAR VISITORS WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE CAT RESIDENCES THERE AND AT LEFT BEHIND LANE WHICH CURRENTLY ARENíT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. WE ALSO STILL NEED TO FIND STAFF FOR NEXT YEAR SO IF YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED HAVE THEM GIVE US A CALL. I WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND ALL BEST WISHED FOR THE COMING FESTIVE SEASON TO ONE AND ALL & WE WILL BE BACK FRIDAY MAY 5TH 2017 WHEN WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE MOVIES.


We are Hiring!

WE ARE NOW HIRING STAFF FOR OUR 2017 SEASON, CALL KEITH at 705-488-2199, OR EMAIL keithstata@nexicom.net

Cats

Hiring!Many customers notice and ask about the Cats around the theatre. Highlands Cinemas cares for 27 abandoned domestic and feral cats. The problem is caused by uncaring, irresponsible owners who simply dump their pets like so much garbage. Without intervention most will die from starvation, cars, freezing, are shot by humans, or are killed by other animals. Since there is a total lack of concern or intervention by local municipalities, and animal welfare groups who rely exclusively on donations are swamped, we have done what we can to help in this area. We will not take in any more animals. It costs a lot of money to provide food, lodging, medicine and veterinary care for the cats we have. For anyone who may feel the urge to help, two Boxes have been installed in the lobby of the theatre, to accept donations to assist with their care. MEET THE CATS

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