The Kingman Parks and Recreation Department will host the first in its three-part Movie in the Park summer film series coming July and August 2014, Saturday evening at Centennial Park, located at 3333 Harrison St. Kingman, AZ., and is free for the entire public.
Family Movie Experience
The giant screen movies at Centennial Park will return this July and August for the sixth summer in a row. The Official screen landing is not confirmed as of yet but the excitement around its arrival builds. Thanks to generous donations from Martin Swanty Chrysler Dodge Jeep for their continued donations in bringing the entertainment here to Kingman, AZ for all families to enjoy.
Movies usually begin right after the sun sets around 8:15pm. You can’t miss the location of the mobile 75-foot by 40-foot inflatable screen accompanying Dolby digital surround sound, as it will be set up on the west end of the park on the grass, the soccer field area.
What to Bring
Make sure you bring to the event all the same comforts of your home. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and even any inflatable furniture are all welcome for your comfort while watching the show. View popular movies underneath the stars with the whole family at no cost for admission. There also is the “float-in” at the pool. For a minimal $2.00 charge you can watch the movie from the luxury of your floater!
Previous Movies Brought To You
Last year the featured movies were “OZ: The Great and Powerful”, and the “Rise of the Guardians”. During the previous year’s events there have been titles like; “Monsters vs. Aliens”, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.”, “Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove.”
More Entertainment for Your Family
The fun doesn’t stop at the viewing of the movie, Entertainment, jump houses, games, contests, and raffles will be part of the pre-movie event. Concessions will be sold by the Pool Snack Bar for your total evening “drive-in” movie type experience.
This movie event is free so tell your friends and co-workers that it fits into every family’s budget. It’s a great evening out with a crowd of locals. Last year’s film series drew more than 800 out to Centennial Park, so those planning to attend are strongly encouraged to arrive early.
For more information on this summer’s “Movie in the Park” series, call Parks and Recreation at (928) 757-7919.