Monday, May 21, 2012

Movies in the Park unveils schedule

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Movies in the Park, the annual slate of free outdoor movies at the Riverfest Amphitheater, has announced its summer schedule.

All movies begin at sundown. Lawnchairs, blankets, food and booze (as long as it's not consumed in glass containers) are allowed. More info here.

Here is the schedule:

• June 6: Transformers
• June 13: Steel Magnolia's
• June 20: Puss N Boots
• June 27: Moneyball
• July 11: Jaws
• July 18: Twilight Eclipse
• July 25: Caddyshack
• August 1: Annie

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