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The Eastman Museum Council will show Ratatouille (2007) under the stars on September 6

Tickets for the outdoor movie at the George Eastman Museum are FREE for ages 12 & under

Rochester, N.Y., August 22, 2019—The Eastman Museum Council will present its Movie on the Lawn event featuring Ratatouille (2007) on Friday, September 6 at 7 p.m. on the north lawn of the George Eastman Museum. In case of rain, the event will be moved to Saturday, September 7.

Families are encouraged to bring their own blankets, chairs, and a picnic, to enjoy the movie on the museum’s north lawn, behind the Rock Garden. The event is BYOB, and popcorn, cotton candy, and sno-cones will be available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased at the gate, and are $8 for museum members, $10 general, and FREE to ages 12 & under. The gates will open at 7 p.m. and the movie will begin at dusk. This event has been organized by the Eastman Museum Council, and proceeds benefit the George Eastman Museum.

About Ratatouille
Pixar's critically acclaimed Ratatouille (2007) follows the adventures of Remy the rat, a rodent with a refined sense of taste and smell who gets separated from his colony in the sewers of Paris. Pursuing the finer things in life, Remy makes his way to the restaurant of his favorite chef, Gusteau. When he learns that Gusteau has died and his name is being used for frozen dinner, Remy teams up with Linguini, a garbage boy in the restaurant, to create an unstoppable culinary combination and save the restaurant. Fantastic animation combines with gut-busting humor and heartfelt sentiment for a sumptuous visual feast.

About the Eastman Museum Council
Founded in 1983, the Eastman Museum Council is a group of more than 200 dedicated museum members who contribute time, talent, and energy to support the activities of the George Eastman Museum. Many council members hold professional and civic leadership positions in Greater Rochester, and others are actively engaged in a wide variety of community service and social organizations. Many council members also serve as museum docents. Through voluntary service and fundraising, council members are enthusiastic ambassadors for the museum, and they exemplify George Eastman’s legacy of commitment to community and philanthropy. Since its founding, it has committed financial resources to the restoration of the historic mansion, the renovation of the Dryden Theatre, public programs, and other projects. For more information on the Eastman Museum Council, including membership visit, eastman.org/council.

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