Looking for some local family fun this summer? The Old Pasadena Management District and One Colorado are presenting the Old Pasadena Summer Cinema Festival. Beginning Friday, July 8th through Saturday, July 30th, 5 locations throughout Old Pasadena will be screening free movies for the public to enjoy.
Some of the movies being played include, “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” “Stargate,” “American Graffiti,” “10 Things I Hate About You,” and “Into the Wild.”
The 5 locations providing the screenings are; Pasadena Central Park, One Colorado, Distant Lands Travel, Armory Center for the Arts, and The Pasadena Senior Center.
The films being screened at Central Park allow movie goers the opportunity to eat at one of the many food trucks in attendance and also offer music from local Djs. The Central Park screenings ask that those planning on coming bring their own chairs and blankets. “Pride and Prejudice” and “Beetlejuice” are among some of the selections being screened at this location.
Screenings being held at One Colorado Courtyard, Distant Lands Travel, and Armory Center for the Arts will be providing chairs, but recommend early arrival to ensure the best seating arrangements. One Colorado will be showing films such as “The Goonies” and “The Devil Wears Prada” throughout July.
This event not only creates a safe, fun, family environment during these hot summer nights, but also encourages those attending to dine at one of the 100 Old Pasadena restaurants, all located within 22 blocks.
For additional information and a full list of Old Pasadena’s Summer Cinema Festival’s events, including movie length and ratings, visit their website.