Welcome to “The Chimp Tent”, Oasis #279 of The Sons of the Desert (The Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society) of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, where the Tent was foundered in December 2008.


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You are cordially invited to attend our next meeting

of the Chimp Tent featuring as its theme:


“A Tribute To Charlie Hall!”


When: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2015

Where: Seasons Retirement Community main auditorium, 7300 Dearwester Drive, (Kenwood) Cincinnati, OH  45236.

Time: ~6:45 - 10PM?

Theme: “A Tribute to Charlie Hall!”

What to bring: Snacks, chips, water, soft-drinks, appetizers, etc. to share with others in attendance.

Cost: $5 adults; free to paid members of “The Chimp Tent”, to all children 12 years and younger, and to all ‘out of town boys’ (and girls) who are members of other ‘Sons of the Desert’ Tents

Why: To preserve the legacy of Laurel and hardy and to have plenty of laughs!

Upcoming 2015 meeting schedule 
(Saturdays at 6:45PM):


October 17: “Ghostly Gathering of Haunting Howls!” (Seasons) It’s Halloween, and in addition to our costume contest we’ll be showing Our Gang in “Shivering Spooks” and Laurel and Hardy in “Oliver The Eighth” and “A-Haunting We Will Go”. Plus the usual ‘extras’ and the fabulous raffle!

December 19: “Have You Been Naughty Or Nice?” (E.T. Carson) Enjoy the festive season with a platterful of holiday delights including Charley Chase’s “The Caretaker’s Daughter”, and Laurel and Hardy in “Scram!” and “Babes In Toyland”. Ho-ho-hold on to your sides as the laughs are presented as an early holiday gift to you...plus the usual ‘extras’ and the fabulous raffle!

Time remaining until the “Tribute to Charlie Hall” film program finally gets here (I can’t wait...!):
Driving directions to lead you to our August 15 meeting:

From I-71: 

Exit at Montgomery Road (exit 12). Go north on Montgomery Road for about 0.9 mile, passing Sturbridge Drive. The next left is Dearwester Drive. As you make this left onto Dearwester Drive, there will be a large sign indicating “Seasons” on your right. If you pass Miami Road while still on Montgomery Road, you’ve gone too far! After turning left from Montgomery Road on to Dearwester, make a quick right into the Seasons driveway.

Park in employees’ parking lot, which is to the right after you enter the Seasons short driveway. If for some reason all employee spots (~25-30 of them!) are taken, you can park in the visitor parking area, which is left of the entrance way down the 3rd road on your right (look for Visitors Parking sign).

From the Reagan Cross-County Highway: 

Exit the Highway via the ramp on the right toward Montgomery. Take the South Montgomery Road exit, and go about 0.9 miles down Montgomery Road, passing Miami Road on your left. Turn right on Dearwester Drive, and right again into Seasons driveway. If you pass Sturbridge Drive on your right while still on Montgomery Road, you’ve gone too far! 

Park in employees’ parking lot, which is to the right after you enter the Seasons short driveway. If for some reason all employee spots (~25-30 of them!) are taken, you can park in the visitor parking area, which is left of the entrance way down the 3rd road on your right (look for Visitors Parking sign).

After parking, enter through front main entrance of building to Seasons Retirement Community. Go down the stairway, and to the main auditorium (which is in the opposite direction to where you’re facing when you get to the bottom of the stairs). If you have any questions, just ask any of the residents or staff!



Questions? Comments? Please contact Grand Sheik Gene Sorkin at chimptent@live.com

We look forward to seeing you at one of our film evenings; please tell your friends and family because “the more the merrier”!mailto:chimptent@live.com?subject=shapeimage_3_link_0

The upcoming AUGUST 15 film evening features these funny films:

Our Gang go hunting for bears but instead find bootleggers (& the inevitable skunk!) in Bear Shooters(1930)
Laurel and Hardy  are sailors trying to impress their girls, but traffic  chaos leads to carnage in Two Tars (1928)
Charley Chase wants to impress a new girl  & has to babysit her real spoiled nephew in  I’ll Take Vanilla (1934)
Stan and Ollie  experience proof (with Mae Busch!) that no good deed goes unpunished in  Come Clean  (1931)
The Boy Friends send Alabam up in Charlie’s uncontrolled glider but do try to save him in  Air-Tight (1931)
  Laurel and Hardy  work in a sawmill where work safety rules are NOT followed in Busy Bodies (1933)
  PLUS the usual film surprises, ingratiating company (?!) AND the  “fabulous”  raffle
 

SEE THE EPIC TRAILER ADVERTISING THIS FUN FILM EVENING BY CLICKING HERE...


...and to see the OFFICIAL POSTER advertising this film evening, click HERE