Civic Spice (left) and Civic Salt, superheroes in training, are spending time at the Civic Theatre this week getting ready for the Incredibles 2 superhero party on Saturday. Photo: Bill Metcalfe

VIDEO: Local superheroes invite you to Incredibles 2 costume party

Be the superhero you were meant to be

Civic Spice (left) and Civic Salt, superheroes in training, are spending time at the Civic Theatre this week getting ready for the screening of Incredibles 2. They’ll host a superhero party at the Civic at 1 p.m. on Saturday, and they invite local superheroes to come in costume and celebrate the heroes they were meant to be. Spice and Salt will show a video of their experiences this week learning to fly at Kokanee Mountain Zipline, leap tall buildings at Red Path Movement, and shoot lasers from their eyes at Selkirk Eyecare. There will be prizes. Incredibles 2 runs until July 19

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