After falling victim to the COVID-19 pandemic last year, a free family outing is back at Broome County parks.

Officials with the Broome County Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth Services say the free movies come back starting in July.

Photo by Traci Taylor WHWK
Photo by Traci Taylor WHWK

The first free movie night is Friday, July 9 at Otsiningo Park. “Trolls World Tour” will be shown on an inflatable 19-and-a-half foot projection screen starting at dusk. That’s about 8:30 p.m. There will be other entertainment prior to each movie starting at 7:30 p.m..

The movies take place every-other Friday through August 20.  The second movie is “The Croods: A New Age” July 23 at Nathaniel Cole Park.  The next movie is “Sing” and will be shown at Dorchester Park on August 6.  The final movie returns to Otsiningo Park on August 20.  The Parks Department will be showing “Inside Out”.

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Families not only are being treated to the movies, sponsored by the Prevention Coalition of Broome County, but the concession stand will be open for the purchase of snacks, something else that couldn’t happen last year due to pandemic restrictions.

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