Thurston Elementary

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  • THE THURSTON PLAYERS

    Game On

     

    THURSDAY, MARCH 23 - 7:30 PM
    FRIDAY, MARCH 24 - 7:30 PM
    SATURDAY, MARCH 25 - 7:00PM

    CLAGUE MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

    $10 ADULT
    $5 STUDENT (AGE 3 - GRADE 12)
    TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE AND AT THE DOOR

    THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE . . . AND IT'S COMING TO EARTH!

    Everyone wishes their favorite fictional characters could come to life. When the thesis project of a group of computer programming grad students develops a mysterious bug, gamers everywhere get their wish-and then some. Video game characters from every known game are suddenly running rampant around Ann Arbor!

    Some are friendly, but others have malicious plans in store for the town - even taking over Michigan Stadium! A group of video game enthusiasts must team up with some of their favorite characters to fight a boss battle of the ages and get everything back to normal. Can they beat the game? Find out in the 2017 Thurston Players production: "Game On!"

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  • March is Reading Month

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    March is Reading Month

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  • All-School Movie Night

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