Friday, May 13, 2011


Looking for something new to do? May offers Moonlight Movies. So GET OUT and bring a few blankets and cuddle up (or not) and watch a movie under the stars….. This event was a hit this past Wednesday so be sure to check out what movies are coming up and make some plans! Maybe we will see you there.

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Moonlight Movies 2011

Make it dinner and a movie under the stars

By Lark Reynolds


April 26, 2011

Moonlight movies is every Wednesday in May. The movies start at about 8 p.m. (Credit: Mykal McEldowney)

Moonlight Movies, the city’s outdoor classic movie series, returns to the Peace Center Amphitheatre May 4 with a showing of the 1991 comedy “Father of the Bride.” The series runs through the month of May, with a different classic movie shown each Wednesday evening.

This year’s offerings also include “Batman”—the 1966 version with Adam West as the Caped Crusader—and the Western “Winchester,” with Jimmy Stewart and Stephen McNally. In addition, fans can vote for the classic movie to be shown on the final evening of the series (click here to vote). Choices include “Babe,” “The Country Girl” and “The Rookie.”

Lawn chairs, blankets and picnics are welcome at the events, but pets and tobacco are not. Anyone consuming alcohol will need to purchase a $1 wristband. Movies begin at sundown (roughly 8 p.m.) each Wednesday, but get there early to secure a good spot.

Source: Metro Mix

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