The County Department of Parks and Recreation will be blasting off to “Planet 51” at dusk from Sweetwater Reservoir regional park in Bonita on Friday. On Saturday, meteorologists are forecasting the weather at Dos PIcos Park in Ramona as “Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs” starting at dusk.
“Our popular ‘Movies in the Park’ series offers free box office hit movies and fun activities for the public at our terrific County parks,” said Brian Albright, Director of County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation.
The series, which started June 4, features 29 movies at local parks and pools and is the largest free movie event in San Diego County.
“Movies in the Park” takes a brief intermission after this weekend but resumes on July 16 with a showing of “The Tooth Fairy” at Spring Valley Park. Future listings include: “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel,” “Avatar,” “How To Train Your Dragon,” and “The Blind Side.” The movies will be presented in high-quality on 28-foot inflatable widescreens designed for large audiences.
Just prior to showtime, families can enjoy karaoke challenges, games, contests and music. Audience members are reminded to bring their own chairs, blankets and refreshments.
The movies are free and open to the public. Showtimes start at dusk. Some locations have a parking fee. For a complete list of dates and locations for the “Movies in the Park” series, visit sdmoviesinthepark.com.
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