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One way that we like to bond as a family is by having a family movie night. Sometimes that can be a little bit of a challenge given the age range, but it’s still a great way for all of us to come together. Another challenge that we sometimes run into is food. Sure, we could take the easy way out but, sometimes we want to do something else. Here are a few ideas for a fun and simple twist on family movie night.
A Few Ideas for a Themed Movie Night
We could rent baseball themed movies and have State Fair® Corn Dogs and Tyson® Chicken Nuggets.
We could do any sort of movie but twist up the menu and have Breakfast for Dinner with Jimmy Dean® Hash Browns Sausage and Cheese.
Just take a look at the possibilities at Tyson Free Movie Night and then head over to your local Walmart or Walmart Neighborhood Market. While you’re there, be sure to check out Redbox for your movie selection.
You could also do a neighborhood movie night or even do a movie night for a birthday party theme.
You can make it plain and just focus on the food and the movie offerings, or you can really go all out.
For a baseball themed party, for example, serve the food in take-out style boxes that you would find at a baseball stadium. Or for a breakfast for dinner theme, have a pajama party. You can also have a breakfast style buffet before settling in for your movie of choice.
The selection is so versatile and crowd pleasing and there’s sure to be something to offer for any age.
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With the weather being so unpredictable around here, we love staying in to have a good movie night. It presents a great way for us to bond as a family, especially when it comes to our blended family.
Do you enjoy having a movie night with your family?
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