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Movies in Creek Park



Round up your friends and family and head out to the movies this Saturday night. Movies in Creek Park on Saturday Nights started running on June 2 and will continue until October 27 (with the exception extreme weather conditions and on July 21st Beatles Tribute Concert). Seating generally begins around 7 p.m., with pre-movie slide show, announcements, trivia and nightly raffle. Movies begin when dark enough and generally run two hours and are generally acceptable for all audiences, but parental guidance and child supervision is always recommended. Movies genres include action, animation, sci fi, classics, comedies and feel-good favorites. 2018 season movies were selected from an exhaustive list of requests from members of the community, merchants and business owners, then cross-referenced and licensed by the Motion Picture Association for public viewing. Many "favorites" are not available due to licensing restrictions and "blackout" periods by motion picture studios. As this Saturday is Pet Night, Secret Life of Pets will be screening and well behaved pets are welcome to join owners for the show. Dog treats and water stations provided.

If You Go:
When: Saturday, July 7 from 7pm to 10pm
Where: San Anselmo
Cost: Free
https://www.moviesincreekpark.com/movies.html

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