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Lesley Mitchell has been a business reporter at The Tribune since 1997, covering real estate, the retail industry, personal finance and economic development. A graduate of Utah State University's MBA program, Lesley, and her family, are dedicated to finding creative ways to save money, avoid debt and still have fun.

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Movies in the park

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A number of family-oriented movies will be shown outdoors at parks along the Wasatch Front on Friday, June 22. The movie A Christmas Story will be shown at Reservoir Park, 42 S. University Street (1345 East) in Salt Lake City. Through mid-July, movies will be shown outdoors at various parks in the Salt Lake area. Movies begin around 9 p.m. and popcorn is free while supplies last. Go HERE for the rest of the city's summer lineup.

Also on Friday, you also can see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II at Big Cottonwood Park, 4300 South 1300 East in Millcreek. (Go HERE for details.) In South Jordan, the city is showing The Smurfs. Go HERE for more information.

Also on Friday, Magna plays Real Steel. Go HERE for a list of all the movies that will be shown in that city this summer.

Snowbird Ski Resort is playing Goonies. Go HERE for details of the resort's summer movie program.



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