On the battlefields of France, soldiers come in all shapes and sizes. One of the smallest and most famous soldiers of World War I was the young dog that came to be known as Sergeant Stubby. From the training field in Connecticut to the trenches of the Argonne, Stubby and his buddies would experience the Great War together. Join us this summer outdoors on the Southeast Lawn for this family- and dog-friendly animated film about the real-life canine soldier. Rated PG. Runtime 1 hour and 34 minutes.
Free with RSVP | Southeast Lawn