Watch the Debate with Patch: Obama-Romney on Wehrenberg's Big Screen
Join Patch and your neighbors for a FREE debate viewing party at Wehrenberg's Des Peres 14 Cine or St. Charles 18 Cine. We'll have trivia, giveaways and a post-debate Q&A. We're taking RSVPs for all four debates.
Join Patch and FOX2 on Oct. 3 for a presidential debate viewing party at two locations in the St. Louis area: Wehrenberg's Des Peres 14 Cine or St. Charles 18 Cine theaters, where you can share your views on how the candidates' remarks addressed the issues you care about.
We're happy to be joined by our news partner FOX2, which will be on hand with news personalities at both locations, a live broadcast from St. Charles, fun FOX2 give-aways and more information about following election coverage.
Get to one of the two Wehrenberg locations at 7:30 p.m., a half-hour before the debates begin, for some fun presidential trivia and a chance to win prizes. Then watch the debates on the big screen.
Admission to the debate is free; concession specials will be available. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are scheduled to debate between 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., and afterward, Patch editors will talk with groups of attendees regarding their impression of the debate.
It would help us if you would RSVP on this form to let us know you're coming. We're seeking Democrats and Republicans, undecided voters, small business owners, civic-minded citizens and those interested in the political process.
PLUS: We will also host debate viewing parties at the same locations for:
- The vice president candidates debate on Oct. 11.
- The second presidential debate on Oct. 16.
- And the third presidential debate on Oct. 22.
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