Free Food and Movie at the All-Sports Museum
The first 60 students who show up with a valid Penn State ID will get free soda and pizza in the lobby. While there, students can check out the various exhibits throughout the museum, such as John Cappelletti’s Heisman Trophy and memorabilia from many of Penn State’s olympians.
At 7 p.m., Leatherheads, a 2008 film staring George Clooney and Renée Zellweger, will be shown in the Clemens Family Theatre located on the first floor of the museum. Free popcorn will be served during the movie to add to the already abundant amount of free food. The theatre only seats 60, so anyone beyond that will be standing room only.
This is a good chance on a non-football weekend to check out the museum, especially if you have never visited it before. So, before heading out to a party or whatever you may be doing this Saturday night, enjoy free food and a movie at the Penn State All-Sports Museum.
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