MOONLIGHT Movies returns to Corrimal on Saturday March 4 with a free screening of Minions.
The final Moonlight Movie for the 2016/17 season will be held at Robert Ziems Park, Corrimal. The event is presented in partnership with Corrimal Chamber of Commerce. The Cougars Rugby League Club will be operating a canteen.
Minions is the prequel to the Despicable Me franchise and follows the story of the small, yellow creatures who have existed since the beginning of time and who exist only to serve history’s most despicable masters. After serving a great many masters over the centuries and a disastrous end to their service to Napoleon, the Minions go in search of a new master. Gates open 6pm
Wollongong City Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery OAM said the free Moonlight Movies are always popular with families. “Moonlight Movies are an opportunity for families to gather in the open to experience a movie with family and friends,” he said. “It’s a lovely way to spend a summer Saturday evening and I’d encourage everyone to join in the fun of this free event.”
Rachel Foster, Community Relations & Marketing Manager, for CareSouth said: “CareSouth is again thrilled to be partnering with Council to present the Free Moonlight Movies. This is a great family event to make the most of these long hot summer evenings and have a relaxed night out with the family. CareSouth staff will be on hand with some fun activities for the kids. Bring your picnic and blanket along and we’ll see you there.”
Movie-goers should bring their own picnic blanket, beanbag or low rise chairs only. Light refreshments and food will be available to purchase. You can also bring your own picnic or snacks. Both events are alcohol and glass free. Security guards will be onsite.
For more information you can contact Council’s Customer Service on (02) 4227 7111 or visit our website.