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2017 Movies under the Stars Lineup

The City of Burlington’s Movies under the Stars returns on Thursday, July 6, featuring free outdoor movie screenings at 9 p.m. every Thursday until Aug. 17.

The films in the family movie series were chosen by residents through a weekly online poll earlier this spring.  The selected movies and their locations are:

DateLocationMovie
Thursday, July 6Nelson ParkStuart Little
Thursday, July 13LaSalle ParkFinding Dory
Thursday, July 20Central Park BandshellLa La Land
Thursday, July 27Emerson ParkThe Good Dinosaur
Thursday, August 3Lowville ParkShrek
Thursday, August 10Ireland ParkMighty Ducks
Thursday, August 17Spencer Smith ParkLilo and Stitch

Each movie will begin at 9 p.m. and will be shown on a large, inflatable screen. Healthy Kids Community Challenge will be at each event with fun activities and information on healthy snack choices for kids. Viewers are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets.

All movie screenings are free thanks to Tim Hortons Burlington stores that sponsor Movies under the Stars.

For more information, including park maps, movies trailers and cancellation updates, visit www.burlington.ca/movies.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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