The Last 8 Places to Get Your Summer Movie Thrills!

Posted Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

 

1. Food Trucks and Flicks
August 18: Don’t miss out on food trucks and vendors galore plus “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” The movie will begin after the sun goes down – don’t forget your lawn chair! Bellflower Recreation in Motion (BRIM) will be on-site before the show for free games and kids’ activities. Doors open, 6:30 p.m.; movie, dusk. Free. Town Center Plaza.

(562) 866-5486
16521 Adenmoor Ave., Bellflower

 

2. Splash ‘n’ Movie
August 26: Grab your swimsuit, and floatie, and come on down to the pool for a screening of “Moana.” Lifeguards will be on duty. Saturday, pool opens at 6:30 p.m.; movie starts at dusk. Adults, $4; kids, $2. William Woollett Aquatic Center at Heritage Park.

(949) 724-6717
4601 Walnut Ave., Irvine

 

3. Waggin’ Pet Adoption and a Movie
August 15: Check out some adoptable pets looking for a furever home before the Long Beach summer movie (“Moana”) in the park starts. Tuesday, 6-9 p.m. El Dorado Park.

(562) 570-7387
1 Granada Ave, Long Beach.

 

4. City Gym Movie Series in Huntington Beach
August 19: Bring dinner, snacks, blankets and chairs to enjoy “Mulan” in the beautiful indoor gymnasium. Prizes will be awarded to all kids dressed in costume, and light snacks will be served. Doors open at 7:15 p.m.; movie at 8 p.m. Free.

(714) 960-8884
1600 Palm Ave., Huntington Beach

 

5. Movies in the Park in La Habra
September 8: Bring your lawn chairs, grandma’s potato salad and blankets, and enjoy “Sing” out on the grass. Movies begin at dusk. Free. El Cerrito School.

(562) 383-4205
1051 N. Hillside Street

 

6. Movies on the Beach at Newport Dunes
August 18-26: Spread out your blanket or set up your beach chairs for a free family movie in the sand. Bring jackets – it could get chilly. Visit site for movie titles. Friday and Saturday, dusk. Parking is $10; concessions available for purchase.

(949) 729-3863
1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach

 

7. Family Movie Night in Fullerton
August 17: Bring your family for a fun-filled evening at the library plus enjoy a free showing of “Beauty and the Beast.” Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free. Main Library.

(714) 738-6338
353 W. Commonwealth, Fullerton

 

8. Family Movies in the Park in Yorba Linda
August 18: Bring a low-backed chair, and a blanket, and snuggle up for an awesome adventure with “The Incredibles.” Friday, 8 p.m. Free. Hurless Barton Park Amphitheater.

(714) 961-7167
4579 Casa Loma Ave, Yorba Linda

 

 

 

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