March 11, Tuesday
Children are 12 and under, Seniors are 60 and older
Students and Military must show a valid ID to receive discount
We accept cash, check, NCard, Visa, and Mastercard
Box Office Opens 30 Minutes Before Showtimes
Many of the films shown at The Ross are not rated due to the prohibitive cost of acquiring a rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. Consequently, as many of these films contain graphic content, viewer discretion is advised.
313 N. 13 STREET
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for information on how the Nebraska Arts Council can assist your organization, or how you can support the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.
SPECIAL FREE EVENT: MORE THAN HONEY
Sunday, September 15 - 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Sponsored by The Friends of The Ross
This event is free and open to the public. Screenings of MORE THAN HONEY are at regular Ross prices.
The MORE THAN HONEY event will be held from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Catch a screening of the film and enjoy the exhibits, food, and drink at your leisure.
The event will feature:
- Tastings of local honey
- Honey themed food and drinks
- Educational booths about bees and honey products
- Encaustic (Beeswax) art-making & demonstration with artist Margaret Berry (from 2:00-3:00 p.m.)
- Screenings of MORE THAN HONEY throughout the day
(1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 p.m.)
Sponsors, Contributors, and Exhibitors:
Buy Fresh Buy Local® Nebraska
The Coffee House
Daffodil Gourmet Catering
It’s All About Bees!
K &D’s Honey Bees
Le Quartier Baking Company
Leon’s Gourmet Grocer
Maggie’s Vegetarian Café
Margaret Berry Art Studio
Nebraska Beekeepers Association
Neb. Sustainable Agriculture Society
Nebraska Statewide Arboretum
Nebraska Food Cooperative
Ombee Soap Parlor
Slow Food Nebraska
Valhalla Bee Farm
MORE THAN HONEY (91 minutes, Not Rated)
Over the past 15 years, numerous colonies of bees have been decimated throughout the world, but the causes of this disaster remain unknown. Depending on the world region, 50% to 90% of all local bees have disappeared, and this epidemic is still spreading from beehive to beehive – all over the planet. Everywhere, the same scenario is repeated: billions of bees leave their hives, never to return. No bodies are found in the immediate surroundings, and no visible predators can be located.
Fifty years ago, Einstein had already insisted on the symbiotic relationship binding these pollen gatherers to mankind: “If bees were to disappear from the globe,” he predicted, “mankind would only have four years left to live.”
SPECIAL EVENTS COMING SOON