It's a Utah tradition: Cities along the Wasatch Front offer free family-friendly movies at a park near you all summer. Some are starting as early as next week:
Salt Lake City: Movies will be shown at parks throughout the city starting with Toy Story on June 1 at Liberty Park, 700 East 1000 South. Go HERE for the rest of the city's summer lineup. Movies also will be offered on the lawn at the Utah State Capitol starting with Puss in Boots on June 29. Even the popcorn is free at the Capitol's summer movie events. Go HERE for the full lineup.
Millcreek: Happy Feet will be shown Friday, June 1 at Canyon Rim Park, 2900 East 3100 South. Go HERE for this summer's lineup of movies, which are shown in four different locations within the township.
Magna: The city kicks off its summer movie program with The Muppets on June 15. Go HERE for a list of all the movies that will be shown.
South Jordan: Outdoor movies are shown throughout the summer starting June 8. Go HERE for more information.
Sandy: The city will show The Adventures of Tintin on June 6. Go HERE for the full lineup.
Draper: The city's movie lineup begins June 15. Go HERE for more information.
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