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Movies in the Park returns to Alabaster

By NEAL WAGNER / Managing Editor

ALABASTER – Locals looking to enjoy the summer weather while watching some family friendly movies with their neighbors will have several chances to do so over the next couple of months during the city’s Movies in the Park program.

The 2018 Movies in the Park series will begin on Friday, June 8, and will run every other Friday until July 20.

All movies will be shown on a large inflatable screen at the park, which is located at 7305 Alabama 119 in southern Alabaster. The movies in the park program is organized by the Alabaster Parks and Recreation Department.

“The movies are free, so it makes for a fun, yet economical, evening of entertainment for family and friends,” read the Alabaster Parks and Recreation website. “All you’ll need to bring is a blanket or chair to sit on, and some snacks and drinks. The movies will begin showing around dusk (usually 8).”

In case of inclement weather, call 378-4055 to learn if the movie night will still be held.

The following movies will be shown this summer:

 

-June 8: “The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature”

 

-June 22: “The Star”

 

-July 6: “Wonder”

 

-July 20: “Cars 3”

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