Dec 21, 2014-
Dec 21, 2014
04:00PM - 06:30PM
Toy Story Short Film Festival
An All Ages Double Feature benefiting the Children's Museum of Sonoma County
Jackson Theater, Sonoma Country Day School
Event Description


Get your tickets now 
for the Sonoma County big screen premiere of

"Toy Story that Time Forgot" & "Toy Story of Terror"
a fundraiser for the Capital Campaign of the Children's Museum of Sonoma County


Sunday, December 21, 2014
4pm - 6:30pm
Screening begins at 4:30pm
All ages welcome


Jackson Family Theater, Sonoma Country Day School
4400 Day School Place, Santa Rosa, CA  95403


What you'll enjoy:

  • Exclusive Sonoma County big screen premieres of the short films “Toy Story that Time Forgot” and "Toy Story of Terror"
  • View concept artwork 
  • Question and Answer Chat with Disney Pixar Writer and Director, Steve Purcell
  • Raffle for a VIP Tour of Pixar for 8 guests and lunch with Director Steve Purcell
  • Prizes for best Toy Story costume (come as a character from these two films!)
  • Refreshments for sale from 8th grade class at Sonoma Country Day School

Ticket information:
 Tickets are for the screenings of the both short films as well as the Q&A with the director.

$30 per ticket
$100 for a family pack (4 tickets)
$20 per ticket for Children's Museum members
Available for purchase online, at the Children's Museum and at the event if available

Raffle Ticket Information
: Raffle tickets are for the chance to win a VIP tour of Pixar for up to 8 guests and lunch with "Toy Story that Time Forgot" Director, Steve Purcell.  To be held on a mutually agreeable date before December 1, 2015.  Need not be present to win.

1 ticket/$25
5 tickets/$100
Available for purchase at the Children's Museum and at the event
Your EVENT ticket purchase is tax-deductible as allowed by law and all proceeds will go to complete construction at the Children's Museum of Sonoma County.
Fee: $30.00

Contact Information
Name: Kristyn Byrne     Email:
Phone: 707-546-4069



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