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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016


New Toy Story

"Toy Story 2," the 1999 sequel to the 1995 animated film on the secret life of toys, is showing at the Dome Cinema. The adventures continue as the toys' owner goes to summer camp and they face a new crisis. Woody the cowboy turns out to be a collectible and is thus toynapped by Al, an evil toy collector. It's up to Buzz Lightyear and the gang to save him from Al's Toy Barn. The film is showing in English, with Russian translation available through headphones, at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Renaissance Moscow Hotel at 18/1 Olimpiisky Prospekt. Tickets are 80 to 150 rubles. Tel. 931-9000 (ext. 2973), 931-9873. Metro Prospekt Mira.

Bears in There

"The Bear's Circus," a new program at the Circus on Tsvetnoi Bulvar, features brown bears, an African elephant, seals, dogs, gymnasts, jugglers and clowns. Shows are at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Monday; at 6 p.m. Saturday; and at 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday. Tickets cost 20 to 120 rubles. The circus is located at 13 Tsvetnoi Bulvar. Tel. 200-0668/6889. Metro Tsvetnoi Bulvar.

Horsing Around

Beginners and experts of the equestrian arts should head for the well wooded Bitsa Park on the outskirts of Moscow. There they will find the Equestrian Sports Complex offering individual horse-riding lessons for children and adults as well as rides in the nearby forest under a trainer's supervision. Ponies are available for smaller children. The sports complex, located appropriately enough at 33 Balaklavsky Prospekt, is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Lessons cost 200 rubles an hour for children and adults, pony lessons are 150 rubles an hour. Tel. 318-5744/5860. Metro Chertanovskaya, Kaluzhskaya.