Birmingham: Tangled to be Shown at Booth Park Movie Night July 17

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(event listing, June 25, 2015)

Movies under the stars and family-friendly entertainment is coming soon to Booth Park. The crowd-drawing events begin with free pre-show activities at 7:30 p.m., followed by popular family movies at dusk. Attendees will have an opportunity to win prizes from Birmingham merchants.

Families are encouraged to grab a blanket or lawn chair and head to Booth Park (located on the candlewickshoppeADbluewest side of North Old Woodward, just north of Harmon Street) for the following Movie Nights:
Friday, July 17 – Featured presentation: Tangled. Pre-show entertainment will be provided by DMC Children’s Hospital. Vehicles will be on display from Presenting Sponsor Fred Lavery Company. Free ice cream is sponsored by Goldfish Swim School; free popcorn is sponsored by Meadowbrook Urgent Care.

Friday, August 7 – Featured presentation: Wreck It Ralph. Pre-show entertainment will be by Carl Sterr and DMC Children’s Hospital; free popcorn is sponsored by Goldfish Swim School. Vehicles will be on display from Presenting Sponsor Fred Lavery Company.

A special thank you to this year’s Movie Night sponsors: Fred Lavery Company – Presenting chazzano game adSponsor, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Tyler Dumas Reyes – Specialists in Orthodontics, Bank of Birmingham, Goldfish Swim School, Meadowbrook Urgent Care P.C., Axis Music Academy, Carl Sterr, The Robot Garage, Christian Science Reading Room, Downtown Publications, the Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle and

In the event of inclement weather, movies will be shown at the Seaholm High School Gymnasium. Monitor the ‘Enjoy Birmingham NOW’ Facebook page for updates.

For information about other Birmingham events, visit, “like” the seed8453274382_Pamela WilliamsEnjoyBirminghamNOW Facebook page, follow us on Twitter @EnjoyBhamNOW or call (248) 530-1200.

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