Movie fans and sci-fi park lovers: Sundown cinema The rest of the summer is back — and it includes five free outdoor movie screenings throughout the city park from August 27th to October 22nd.
The pandemic has cemented the importance of evergreens in accepting Mother Nature. And we accept our agent San Franciscans: 7 x 7 over 150 public green spaces. Due to the peak of the delta variant surge in San Francisco (hopefully the fingers crossed completely) San Francisco Parks Alliance Rekindled the Sundown Cinema event series to get the most out of the rest of the last few months of summer.
SF Parks Alliance — San Francisco’s only city-wide park non-profit organization. Over the last 50 years, we have worked with local communities to improve parks and public spaces — Continued to provide ointment In the mental wounds created by the pandemic social distance requirements. Besides hosting a safe meet-up at COVID-19 and introducing city dwellers to many of San Francisco’s hiking spots, the SF Parks Alliance’s Outdoor Cinema Night is a well-known summer calendar fixture. Continues to be.And just in time to isolate what’s left Hot Vaxx summer, Non-profit organization (partnership with) DoTheBay) Will hold five movie nights again from next week to late October.
The event series is Sister law It will be screened at Dolores Park on August 27th. Participants will be able to watch on September 10th soul On the lawn of Alamo Square Park. Princess diary It will be screened at Washington Square Park on September 23rd. About two weeks after the screening, Unique league It will be screened at Golden Gate Park. And finally, ET: Extraterrestrial The series concludes on October 22nd at the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater — just before that Outside land Is to create an influx of festival attendees flooding Golden Gate Park on Halloween weekends.
All shows in the series are at 6 pm and are free to attend, but VIP seats (with benefits) can be booked in advance. Regardless of whether you choose the free or paid route, we recommend arriving early to ensure the best seating. The nights of these films, like the previous iterations, are already in the spotlight.
The park welcomes families to see “Raya And The Dragon” on Fields 80, 81 and participate in other kid-friendly activities Sunday evening.
As New York City continues to celebrate its reopening after many live events were canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Randall’s Island Park Alliance is getting back in the swing of things with its outdoor movie night.
Randall’s Island Park, which is located at 20 Randall’s Island Park in New York, will offer an array of family activities on Sunday before the evening’s movie, Raya And The Last Dragon, is shown beginning at 8 p.m. The movie will be shown on Fields 80 and 81 and free snacks will be offered while supplies last.
Families are welcome to bring a blanket to relax while viewing the movie, which takes viewers to the fantasy world of Kumandra, where humans and dragons live together in harmony. That is until monsters, known as the Drunn, attack. The film casts viewers into a future time when Raya, a warrior princess, and the last remaining dragon known to exist on Kumandra, fight the Drunn.
Drinks and snacks will also be available for purchase at the event. More information about outdoor movie night and other Randall’s Island Park events can be found at the park’s website.
Movie night at Market in the Park
“Remember the Titans” to be shown on Saturday
This Saturday’s Market in the Park at Washington Park will take place from 4 to 8 p.m., instead of during the morning, and will culminate with a showing of the film “Remember the Titans” at 8 p.m. or when it is dark enough.
The movie presentation is a partnership between the Norelius Community Library and Market in the Park.
Jennifer Smith, of the Zupp and Zupp Law Firm, of Denison, said the idea for showing a movie at the park came from her sister, Jessica Zupp, who has always wanted a drive-in theater in Denison.
“I think other people have probably felt the same way over the years,” Smith said.
Smith suggested the idea to Grant Fineran, the main organizer for Market in the Park, who liked the idea.
Smith and Fineran collaborated to bring the movie night to life.
“Since I’m on the library board, I bought it up to the library board because the library has done an outdoor movie on its facility grounds before,” she said.
The other board members liked the idea.
In June, the library board approved up to $450 for a license for Market in the Park to show movies.