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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

TAKE THE KIDS:




Toy Fun on Film


Karo Film cinema is showing "Toy Story 2," a 1999 sequel to the 1995 animated film about the secret lives of toys. The fun and adventure continue when Andy leaves his toys and heads off to summer camp. The toys then face a new crisis: One of them, Woody, turns out to be a valuable collectible and is kidnapped by an evil toy collector. It's now up to Buzz Lightyear and the gang to find a way to save their beloved friend. The film is showing in Russian on Saturday and Sunday at 11:15 a.m., 12:50 p.m., 2:40 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. The cinema is located at the Ramstore on 6A Ulitsa Sheremetyevskaya. Tickets cost 60 rubles for children and 80 rubles for adults. Metro Rizhskaya.


Printing History


To learn more about printing, head over to the "Russian Old Print Book" exhibition at the Historical Museum. Among the items featured are antique books, a printing machine that was used in Peter the Great's era and various engravings. The exhibit runs until May and can be seen Wednesday through Monday from 11 a.m to 7 p.m. at 1/2 Red Square. Admission is 7 rubles to 15 rubles. Tel. 292-4019. Metros Okhotny Ryad and Teatralnaya.


Big Bad Wolf


"Red Riding Hood," known in Russian as "Krasnaya Shapochka," a children's musical based on the famous tale about a young girl who encounters a menacing wolf on the way to her grandmother's house, is being performed at the Chikhachev Musical Drama Theater on Saturday. The play shows in Russian and begins at noon at 9 Ulitsa Akademika Skryabina. For information call 371-7333. Metro Ryazansky Prospekt.