A number of family-oriented movies will be shown outdoors at parks along the Wasatch Front on Friday, June 29. Admission is free.
The movie The Sandlot will be shown at Riverside Park, 739 North 1400 West 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. At the State Capitol, the movie Puss in Boots kicks off the Movie Under the Stars Friday night film series. Harmon's grocery store is offering free popcorn during each movie, while supplies last. (Go HERE for more information.)
Also on Friday, you also can see Green Lantern at Canyon Rim Park, 2900 East 3100 South in Millcreek. (Go HERE for details.) Snowbird Ski Resort is playing ET. Go HERE for details of the resort's summer movie program. In Ogden, you can see We Bought a Zoo at Fort Buenaventura. Go HERE for more information.
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