Seven city parks
Through August 31
Movies start at dusk
Movie buffs and nature seekers will converge this summer at Citiparks‘ Dollar Bank Cinema In The Park series. Put down that remote, grab a blanket and a lawn chair and head out to one of the city’s many terrific parks for a summer filled with movies under the stars.
The series kicks off on Saturday, June 7th, running free screenings at seven city parks through August 31st. Movies start at dusk (between 8:30 and 9 p.m.), and include a broad mix of iconic classics and new features. Parks hosting this summer’s screenings are: Arsenal Park (Lawrenceville), Brookline Memorial Park, Flagstaff Hill (Schenley Park), Grandview Park (Mount Washington), Highland Park, Riverview Park (Northside), and West End/Elliott Overlook. Films are rated G, PG or PG-13, and with many family-friendly titles included.
On June 7th at Grandview Park, located on Bailey Avenue in Mount Washington, attendees will enjoy a screening of Here Comes the Boom (PG). A 2012 sports comedy film directed by Frank Coraci, Here Comes the Boom stars Henry Winkler, Salma Hayek and Kevin James. Over at Riverview Park in Observatory Hill on the Northside, Now You See Me (PG), a 2013 caper thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Common, Michael Caine, and Morgan Freeman, will be screened on opening night.
Inclement weather may cause cancellations. Cancellation information will be listed online and broadcast on KDKA.