Locals looking for a socially-distanced activity can take part in free outdoor movie screenings this month at Woodland Park Crossing.
Two movies will be screened in the upper parking lot behind Moby Dick House of Kabob. Registration for this Friday’s screening of The Greatest Showman is now open. The Princess Bride will light up the nighttime sky on Friday, Sept. 11. Both screenings take place at 8 p.m.
Registration is required for both screenings. A parking spot next to the viewing area will be assigned to each group. Only 19 spots are available, with a maximum of four people in each group.
Attendees must bring their own lawn chairs or folding chairs. Masks are required when moving to and from assigned seating areas or indoor areas to access the restroom. The attendee with the best mask will win a prize.
The event was organized with the help of Pinot’s Palette.
The first screening on Aug. 28 was postponed to Saturday due to rain. The rain date for each screening is the following Saturday.
Photo via Marion Myers
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