Thursday, May 11, 2017 12:15 am
Summer movie fun
Join the Springfield Park District on Friday, May 12, for the first showing in their 2017 “Movies in the Park” series. The film shown will be The Secret Life of Pets, the story of a terrier named Max, a dog who leads a charmed life until his owner takes in a stray named Duke. The 2016 film is rated PG and runs one hour and 27 minutes in length. The Springfield Park District’s popular “Movies in the Park” programs are an excellent way to enjoy free family fun in Springfield’s most beautiful parks. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own blankets or chairs for seating; snacks will be available for purchase on site. The series features one film per month from May through September, with all films beginning at dusk. The 2017 series includes Moana at Comer Cox Park on June 16, Finding Dory at Veterans Memorial Pool on July 14, Sing at the Henson Robinson Zoo on Aug. 4, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them at Rotary Park on Sept. 15. For more information about the Springfield Park District’s “Movies in the Park,” visit http://springfieldparks.org or call 544-1751.
Movie in the Park: The Secret Life of Pets
Friday, May 12, 7pm
Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon
1740 W. Fayette Ave.