Free Movies in Clark Park beginning Friday, Aug. 4

August 1, 2017

Free Shakespeare in Clark Park performances have just ended, and now it’s time for some free movies. Movies in Clark Park, an annual program by University City District (UCD), kicks off Friday, Aug. 4, with a free screening of the classic E.T. the Extra Terrestrial. Film screenings will be held every Friday (weather permitting), through Sept. 1., beginning at 8 p.m. Please bring your chairs or blankets!

In addition to movie screenings, there will be food and dessert offerings from a rotating list of vendors and some extra activities from local businesses and organizations. Here are more details on the scheduled screenings and extra activities (courtesy of UCD): 

August 4: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Special Programming: Staff from the University City Arts League will help children draw, paint, and cut out their own extra-terrestrial masks;
August 11: Singin’ in the Rain. Special Programming: A dance performance and lessons from Dancing Classrooms.
August 18: Hidden Figures. Special Programming: Staff from the Franklin Institute will lead the audience through a “Life in Space” program.
August 25: Moana. Special Programming: The South Pacific Island Dancers will perform traditional and modern Hawaiian dances.
September 1: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Special Programming: Staff from the University City Arts League will help kids and adults draw and create their own monster and beast finger puppets.

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