Cars 2 zooming into Agassiz

Movie night returns with family favourite

A perfect start to the last long weekend of the summer will be heading to Agassiz on Friday, September 2. Cars 2 will be shown outdoors at Centennial Park behind the fitness/activity centre on a thirty-one foot high Jumbo screen.

Kids and adults are encouraged to bring a lawn chair and blanket and settle in for the night to watch the Pixar first-run feature. Candy bars, popcorn, pop and hot chocolate will be available for a loonie purchase at the concession. Showtime is 8:30 p.m. on Friday, September 2. Admission is by donation.

“Local businesses have come together to make this inclusive for everyone in the community,” Kimberly Goulet, recreation supervisor for the District of Kent said.

“We’re encouraging all families to come out.”

Cars 2 runs approx. 2 hours. Prospera Credit Union, Kingma Developments and Timbro are working in partnership with the District of Kent for this outdoor event.

 

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