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July 18, 2013

Movies in the Park schedules ‘Brave” for Heritage Park

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Clarksville Parks & Recreation invites everyone to come out to Heritage Park on Saturday, July 27, to enjoy the rescheduled ‘Movies in the Park’ screening of  the animated hit, “Brave.” The film is rated PG. All ‘Movies in the Park’ screenings are open to the public and free admission.

The movies begin at dusk, with pre-show activities, “Move before the Movies,” taking place an hour prior. Be sure to bring your blankets and lawn chairs.  As always, you are welcome to bring your picnic basket, but concessions will also be available including biscuits and sweet tea from sponsor Bojangles! Sorry, no pets allowed.

Don’t forget, “Les Miserables,” which was also rescheduled due to rain will show August 17 at Liberty Park.

movies-in-the-park_parks&recSpecial thanks to our sponsors for their support to make free outdoor movies possible. Movies in the Park sponsors include One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, The Leaf-Chronicle, Bojangles, Clarksville Family Magazine, Altra Federal Credit Union, The YMCA of Clarksville, The Beaver 100.3, Q108, Lamar Advertising, Premier Medical Group, Eagle 94.3, Z97.5, and ClarksvilleNOW.com.

All information on Movies in the Park, including a full schedule, is available at www.cityofclarksville.com/moviesinthepark.



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