Friday Night Flicks @ Auburn Parks

Free and outdoors 📽

📸: Super Mario Bros Movie

📆 Fridays from July 26th – August 9th
🎟 Free
📍 Auburn Parks: Lea Hill Park, Sunset Park, and Les Gove Park

The City of Auburn’s outdoor movie night, Friday Night Flicks, is a summer tradition. Put on by Auburn Parks and Auburn Arts & Recreation, the series offers free screenings of films on a 50-foot inflatable movie screen. It’s held in parks across Auburn, and some showings include pre-movie activities and entertainment. Films range from animated adventures to heartwarming classics. Pack a bag with treats, and grab lawn chairs or a blanket to delight in a film al fresco.

All showtimes are approximate. Movies start at dusk. Arrive early to grab seating. 

Movie Schedule:

🎬 The Super Mario Bros Movie (2023): Jump into the video game that put video games on the map. Join everyone’s favorite plumbers, Mario and Luigi, on a thrilling adventure into the Mushroom Kingdom with a Princess, a Villian, and a Toad.
📅 Friday, July 26th 
🕓 9:10 pm 
📍 Lea Hill Park: 31693 124th AVE SE, Auburn

🎬 Elemental (2023): Kids might be unable to spell or pronounce “xenophobia,” but they understand how it can be difficult to navigate our differences. This romance/comedy/drama animated film puts many things in perspective.  
📅 Friday, August 2nd 
🕓 9 pm 
📍 Sunset Park: 1420 69th Street SE, Auburn

🎬 The Wizard of Oz (1939): The Yellow Brick Road is a road worthy of a trip. This classic film, where Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion travel to Oz, is a treat for all ages.

📅 Friday, August 9th
🕓 8:50 pm 
📍 Les Gove Park: 910 Ninth Street SE, Auburn

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