Monday after Thanksgiving — escape from turkey leftovers and come for Uptown’s inaugural 5th Monday Movie Plus event.
Set in Paris, France and Napa, California, Bottle Shock is about wine snobbery and competition — great cast includes Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman and a young Chris Pine in a great vintage mid-1970’s period piece.
Uptown will be serving complimentary French & California Chardonnays beginning at 6:20 to set the wine varietal and mood for the movie to follow — test quality selections before the movie and decide for yourself which won! 70’s period clothing encouraged…
The closest public parking for the Knauer Performing Arts Center is the Chestnut Street Garage at 14 East Chestnut Street.
Two-hour parking is available in the short term parking area on the ground floor. Pay at the lower level kiosk and display your ticket on your car’s dashboard.
Upper Level Garage hours and rates are posted: you receive a parking stub when you enter, and pay when you leave. Many business and restaurants validate your garage ticket with purchase, so take it with you.
Alternative parking information can be found at the West Chester Business Improvement District’s website. There is plenty of metered parking on the streets surrounding the Knauer Performing Arts Center.