This year's Movie Under the Stars will be Ladies in Black, about European migration to Australia and the rise of women's liberation in the 1950s.
The annual fundraising event for the BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising Inc returns to the Kingsdale Winery on February 15 from 6.30pm.
A spokesperson from BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising Inc said the evening was a chance to grab a glass of wine (or soft drink) on arrival and enjoy a three-course gourmet pizza meal followed by the movie screening.
Ladies in Black follows shy schoolgirl, Lisa, as she takes a summer job at the prestigious Sydney department store, Goode's.
There she meets the 'ladies in black', who will change her life. Beguiled and influenced by Magda, the vivacious manager of the high-fashion floor, and befriended by fellow sales ladies Patty and Fay, Lisa is awakened to a world of possibilities.
As Lisa grows from a bookish schoolgirl to a glamorous and positive young woman, she becomes a catalyst for a cultural change in everyone's lives.
Tickets for the event cost $55 and can be purchased from the BDCU at 175 Auburn Street or online at bdcumovieunderthestars.eventbrite.com.au.
"Bring your chair and blanket to comfortably enjoy the evening with dinner while taking in the sunset over Sooley Dam followed by the movie under the night sky. Wine sales are available on site, no BYO," a spokesperson for BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising Inc said.
"All funds raised from the evening go toward the purchase of equipment for patient care and comfort at our Goulburn hospital. Last year's event was an outstanding success with all tickets sold and perfect weather conditions. Purchase your tickets early so not to miss on a great night out."
Bus transport is available leaving from the Workers Club car park at 6pm for a gold coin donation, returning after the movie.
Since its inception 10 years ago the BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising Committee Inc has raised close to $400,000 for items for the hospital.
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