Galaxy Cinemas reopens in Orangeville

April 2, 2021   ·   0 Comments

There’s some good news for Orangeville residents who’ve missed going to the movie theatre. 

Galaxy Cinemas at the Fairgrounds Shopping Centre welcomed back moviegoers last Friday, March 26, following the Wellington¬–Dufferin¬–Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) region’s move to the Orange (restrict) zone of the Province’s COVID-19 Framework on March 22. 

The last time Dufferin residents could visit the movie theatre to watch a film was last August to December, and prior to that was last March, before the pandemic. 

There’s a 50-person limit for indoor cinemas under the Orange level of COVID-19 restrictions. Private movie nights are also available at Galaxy Cinemas. 

Some of the titles currently being shown include “Godzilla vs. Kong”, “Nobody”, “The Croods: A New Age” and “Tom and Jerry.” 

Masks are mandatory unless patrons are eating or drinking in the theatre. 

The concession stand is open but with a limited menu. 

All surfaces are sanitized and wiped down regularly, in accordance with Public Health guidelines. 


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