“Marion, don't look at it! Shut your eyes, Marion! Don't look at it, no matter what happens!”
—Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark
On Saturday, it’s okay to look.
As summer winds to a close, the weather is perfect for an outdoor movie—especially a free movie! Olmsted Parks Conservancy presents Free Movie Night in Tyler Park this coming Saturday, September 18 at 7:30 p.m., with the movie set to start at dark.
Although you don’t need to buy a ticket, it’s a good idea to bring lawn chairs, blankets and insect repellent (trust me on this). Bring a picnic dinner, or visit a concessions vendor. And, of course, don’t forget the hat, but leave your whip at home.
Tyler Park is bounded by Castlewood Avenue, Tyler Park Drive and Edenside Avenue. Free Movie Night is also presented by the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association with support from Wild and Woolly Video. For more information, contact Susan.Ward@olmstedparks.org.
Photo: Courtesy Lucasfilm Ltd.
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