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South Park presents free outdoor movies every Saturday night in August
Activity sponsored by City to help mitigate impact of South Park Bridge closure

August 6, 2010 (Seattle, WA) - In a continued effort to mitigate the South Park Bridge closure and foster a stronger sense of community, Seattle Parks and Recreation and the South Park Outdoor Cinema (SPOC) will host outdoor movies every Saturday night in August. The movies will be shown in the Napolis Parking Lot (8600 14TH Ave S) beginning at 9:30 p.m. Along with the movie, families can enjoy games, music, prizes, and concessions beginning at 8:30 p.m.

The movies are:

August 7 Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Wererabbit
August 14 Where the Wild Things Are
August 21 Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
August 28 UP

The South Park Outdoor Cinema is another project of the City of Seattles Bridge Closure Response - an effort led by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to help the South Park community through the impacts of the bridge closure. The Cinema is envisioned, along with other events, to build community, mark South Park as a destination, and bring more people into the business corridor. Look for more exciting events coming in August!

For information on this event, please call Ron Harris-white at 206.684.7389. For information on the Citys Bridge Closure Response and strategy, contact Andres Mantilla, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods at 206.255.0408.

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods provides programs and service that engage residents in civic participation, foster stronger communities, make government more accessible, and preserve and enhance the character of Seattles neighborhoods.

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