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Ms. Cheap’s Guide to Summer: Movies

May 23, 2014 Hendersonville No Comments

• The 20th annual family-friendly Movies in a Park will be in Elmington Park on Thursdays in June. The pre-movie fun, including games, food trucks and other vendors, starts during 5 p.m., and a cinema start during dusk. Chairs, blankets and picnics are welcome. 615-862-8400.

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• Movies Under a Stars in Murfreesboro, that has been a buttress given 1947, has a excellent lineup of family-oriented flicks that will be shown during 8:30 p.m. during several locations between Jun 2 and Jul 21. The giveaway outside shows are during Cason Lane Trailhead on Monday nights, Cannonsburgh Village on Tuesdays, Siegel Neighborhood Park on Thursdays, Mitchell-Neilson Primary on Fridays and Hobgood Elementary School on Saturdays. 615-890-5333.

• The Brentwood Library, 8109 Concord Road, has a array of 1 p.m. Kids Movie Matinees: Jun 5 is “WALL-E”; Jun 21 is “Super Buddies”; Jul 3 is “Cars”; and Jul 26 is “Meet a Robertsons.” Details and registration: www.brentwood-tn.org/library or 615-371-0090.

• The City of Franklin offers free, outside family movies during 8 p.m. during Pinkerton Park on Murfreesboro Road. On Jun 6, it’s “Frozen,” followed by “Despicable Me 2″ on Jun 27 and “The Lego Movie” on Jul 25. Just container a cruise and a grass chair and suffer these cinema underneath a stars. 615-550-6947.

Leiper’s Fork outside grass theater, during 4144 Old Hillsboro Road, features classics and family movies during 8 p.m. on Fridays by August. www.jailhouseindustrys.com, 615-870-8870 or 615-477-6799.

• Belcourt Theatre, 2102 Belcourt Ave. in Hillsboro Village, has a monthly second Saturday outside movie that starts only after nightfall in a parking lot, featuring fun cinema and quirky shorts and ads from a 1950s by a 1980s projected on a Belcourt’s outside wall. Bring grass chairs. Dates include: “Singin’ in a Rain” on Jun 14, “The Outsiders” on Jul 12 and “High Noon” on Aug 9. www.belcourt.org/ or 615-383-9140.

Hendersonville Parks has teamed with New Creation Church for a giveaway outside family film night during Memorial Park during eve on Aug. 16. 615-822-3555 or www.hendersonvilleparks.org/Special_Events.html.

Mt. Juliet has Movies in a Park a initial Friday of each month by October. “Khumba” is adult initial on Jun 6 in a Amphitheater during Charlie Daniels Park. Jul 4 is “Frozen,” and Aug. 1 is “The Nut Job.” Movies start during dusk. www.mjparksandrec.org.

• The Country Music Hall of Fame has giveaway screenings, including a Jun 22 display of “CMT Invitation Only: Reba” and a Jun 29 screening of “The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.” Both are during 2 p.m. www.countrymusichalloffame.org.

• The Nashville Public Library’s categorical library and area branches are display lots of giveaway movies this summer, including “Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll” during 10 a.m. Tuesday during Hadley Park; “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” during 2 p.m. Jun 17 during Green Hills; “No Way to Treat a Lady” during 2 p.m. Jul 12 during a Main Library; and “Frozen” during 2 p.m. Aug. 9 during Goodlettsville. The Edgehill bend shows a family-friendly film during 11 a.m. many Wednesdays, and Madison has teen afternoon cinema with giveaway drinks and popcorn during 3 p.m. many Wednesdays. The library also has some-more than 150,000 DVDs that we can check out. www.library.nashville.org/ or 615-862-5800.


Reach Ms. Cheap during 615-259-8282, on Facebook during Facebook.com/mscheap and on Twitter @Ms_Cheap. Catch her each Thursday during 11 a.m. on WTVF-Channel 5′s “Talk of a Town.

Article source: http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/shopping/ms-cheap/2014/05/23/ms-cheaps-guide-summer-movies/9464749/

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