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Free outdoor movies in the Beaches this summer

The Beaches Movie Night series returns for the third time this summer, but with a few fun changes. Organizers have extended the outdoor family-orientated film fest to nine weeks starting July 9 - August 31.

This is an all-ages bring-your-own-blanket or low-laying lawn chair type gig that happens in two parks along Queen Street: Kew Gardens at Lee Ave and Ivan Forrest Gardens at Glen Manor Drive on alternating weeks. It's free and there's free popcorn!

Viewers can vote for which blockbusters they'd like to see this summer via the BIA's Facebook page right now, and programming will be announced Friday, June 10.

Photo via the Beach Village BIA Facebook page.


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