Want to meet the world’s first family? Come to Movies Under the Stars on Saturday, August 24th and watch The Croods at Holland Park. This prehistoric comedy tells a story of a Stone Age family who must venture into a fantastical world beyond their comfort zone after their cave home is destroyed.
The movie will start at dusk, but this free summer event presented by Prospera Credit Union will include an array of entertainment and family fun starting at 5pm. Among the entertainment line-up is Cinemazoo. This popular interactive show allows attendees to meet exotic insects, reptiles, and farm animals and takes place from 6pm – 7pm.
Movie-goers will also have an opportunity to participate in trivia contests and audience draws to win prizes donated by local businesses. This Saturday, children can enter a draw to win their very own bicycles. Donated by Whalley Printers, there is one girl’s bike and one boy’s bike, both appropriate for 8-10 year olds and another bike for children ages 10-12.
Make sure to pack your lawn chairs and picnics or come prepared for The North Surrey Lions Barbeque – proceeds will go to local charities including the North Surrey Lions Elementary School Book Program and KidSport.
Bring your family and friends and make the trip down to Movies Under the Stars at Holland Park, located at the corner of King George Boulevard and Old Yale Road in Surrey. And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the final free outdoor film on August 31st as Bollywood Under the Stars will be screening at Holland Park.
Movies Under the Stars would not happen without the support of Prospera Credit Union, The City of Surrey, Central City, Blackwood Partners, Century Group, Cobra Electric, Dundee REIT, Now Newspaper, Miss604, Tien Sher Group of Companies, Concord Security, Phoenix Drug & Alcohol Education Society, Whalley Printers, A & B Tool Rentals, Surrey Crime Prevention Society, White Spot, SFU Surrey, Burger King, Dell Lanes, Black Bond Books, Starbucks, A & W, McDonalds, Knight & Day Restaurant and Central City Brewing Company.