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After the huge success of the first Federal Kids’ Film Club in April, the event will run for a second time this Saturday 11 August at 4.30pm.

More than 60 children and 30 adults packed out the Federal Hall for the first screening followed by a community dinner, and this next film is bound to draw big crowds again.

Everyone’s top monkey, Curious George, will be playing to a packed house this Saturday afternoon. Will Ferrell stars as The Man in the Yellow Hat, a gentleman who looks after his pet monkey – an inquisitive and wonderful creature whose enthusiasm often gets the best of him. With Drew Barrymore, and music from Jack Johnson, this G-rated family favourite is not to be missed.

 


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