Enjoy Cherished Films Under the Stars
Service Credit Union will once again sponsor the Prescott Park Arts Festival outdoor movie series through its partnership with the Arts Festival, officials from both organizations announced recently.
Beginning July 1, 2013, through September, attendees can view some of the most popular and beloved films of all times in Prescott Park.Movies will be on Monday evenings through August 26th with the last three movies on Thursday, August 29th, and the following weekend on Friday and Saturday evenings, September 6th and 7th.
We love that this series has become the new buzz of our season. The experience is unbeatable, says Prescott Park Arts Festival Executive Director Ben Anderson, Think drive-in movie, minus the car. We’re looking forward to the novelty and nostalgia of seeing movies under the stars at Prescott Park once again.
The Movie Series is proudly sponsored by Service Credit Union and we’re thrilled once again be hosting this family favorite event, says Karen Benedetti, Service Credit Union’s Vice President of Marketing. Service Credit Union is dedicated to bringing families together in communities where we live and work. We are proud to support no-to-low cost family events as part of the credit union philosophy of people helping people.
To kick off the Service Credit Union Movie Series, the first film shown on July 1, 2013 will be one of the most captivating movies of all time, Apollo 13. Other films to be screened in the park will include The Goonies on July 8th, Almost Famous on July 15th, a double feature of Finding Nemo and Jaws on July 29th, Skyfall 007 on August 5th, Despicable Me on August 12th, Angels and Demons on August 19th, The Avengers on August 26th, Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid on August 29th, Anchorman on September 6th and The Shining on September 7th. The full schedule of the Service Credit Union Movie Series can also be found online at: servicecu.org/movies.
The Service Credit Union Movie Series will be offered free of charge, as with all events offered by Prescott Park Arts Festival, with a suggested donation of $5. General seating is first come, first served, so bring a blanket or lawn chairs to claim your spot in the grass. Want the best view? Reserve a VIP table or blanket by going online at www.prescottpark.org, or by calling 603-436-2848.
In addition to the movie series, Prescott Park Arts Festival’s 39th season also features the musical Annie, presented in partnership with the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, as well as a variety of concerts featuring Mary Chapin Carpenter & Marc Cohn, Lake Street Dive, the Carolina Chocolate Drops and more.
Since 1996, the Arts Festival has consistently been named by Yankee Magazine as a must-see tourist attraction. Prescott Park Arts Festival is an independent non-profit organization with a mission of serving the community with a diverse array of quality arts accessible to all.
Service Credit Union Vice President of Marketing, Karen Benedetti, left, presents a donation to Prescott Park Arts Festival Executive Director Ben Anderson for the outdoor movie series.