Starting Saturday, June 17, 2017

Berlin’s 3rd annual Family Outdoor Movie Nights start June 17th, with “Tuck Everlasting” being shown in downtown Berlin at Jefferson Street.   Movies will be screened on alternating Saturdays in Stephen Decatur Park, Dr. William Henry Park and downtown with a final showing of “Runaway Bride” on Saturday, August 26th.  These free, family-friendly movie nights are hosted by the Berlin Parks Commission and Arts & Entertainment Committee.

“Last year we expanded the series to a total of six shows:  two downtown and two at each of the parks.  We’re glad to be able to offer six shows again this summer” said Mary Bohlen, staff liaison to the Berlin Parks Commission.

This summer’s lineup will be:

June 17 – Tuck Everlasting; downtown

July 1 –Grease ; Stephen Decatur Park

July 15 – Raiders of the Lost Ark; Henry Park

July 29 – Back to the Future; Stephen Decatur Park

August 12 – Sandlot; Henry Park

August 26 – Runaway Bride; downtown

All showings will start at approximately 8:30 PM and are completely free to the public.  Movie-goers will need to bring a blanket or chair and their own snacks or drinks – alcohol is not permitted at any of the locations.

In case of bad weather, the decision whether or not to cancel will usually be made by noon of the same day and will be posted on Facebook at Town of Berlin Maryland.

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