With Disney Pixar‘s release of the new, official trailer for the upcoming Finding Dory (below), it’s clear this movie will be a winner with kids of all ages. Watch it and you’ll see the same humor, amazing visuals and emotional story as the first movie, Finding Nemo had.
What better way to enjoy the sequel when it opens the weekend of Friday-Saturday, June 17-18 than as part of a fundraiser for the Wilton-based Smith-Magenis Syndrome Research Foundation. The fundraiser is being organized by a group of Wilton residents, led by Jennifer and Chris Iannuzzi, whose daughter Sydney was diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder Smith-Magenis Syndrome (SMS).
The benefit, “Lights, Camera, Research!” is happening on Saturday, June 18, 9 a.m.-noon at the Prospector Theater in Ridgefield. Not only will attendees be able to see the just-released Finding Dory (starring Ellen Degeneres), but there also will be a video game tournament, prizes, a silent auction, face painting, and more surprises. It’s an event that promises to be fun for the whole family, with tickets at $30 for adults and $20 for children.
Watch the trailer (below) and then be sure to get tickets to the fun-filled Finding Dory family-friendly fundraiser before they’re all gone. GOOD Morning Wilton is thrilled to be a sponsor of the event, and we hope you’ll join us on June 18.
To purchase tickets and learn more, visit the SMSRF “Lights, Camera, Research!” webpage.