Flicks at the Fountain Returns to Carlsbad Village This Summer

Carlsbad MoviesFilms begin at dusk, or around 8 p.m. at the fountain at Grand Avenue and State Street in Carlsbad.

Carlsbad Village Association is pleased to announce the return of Flicks at the Fountain, a series of weekly family-fun films that show behind the Village’s prominent fountain on the corner of State Street and Grand Avenue.

The free movies make their big screen debut on July 10 and continue each Thursday evening at dusk until Aug. 28, 2014. Movies will range from the timeless like Back to the Future and Willy Wonka, to those much loved by all like Frozen.

Adults and kids alike can bring their low-backed chairs and blankets, snag a cozy spot and enjoy some free family entertainment under the stars. For those looking to have their dinner al fresco, choose from a variety of options, including bringing a picnic spread or purchasing to-go meals from one of the many eateries nearby. So cozy-up, unwind and enjoy the best of Carlsbad Village this summer.

Where: The Fountain at Grand Avenue and State Street

When: Thursday nights from July 10 to Aug. 28, 2014

Start Time: Films begin at dusk, or around 8 p.m. Seating begins at 6 p.m.

What’s Playing:

  • July 10: The Sandlot
  • July 17: Chasing Mavericks
  • July 24: Back to the Future
  • July 31: Willy Wonka (original)
  • Aug 7: Indiana Jones (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
  • Aug 14: Karate Kid (original)
  • Aug 21: Frozen
  • Aug 28: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Flicks at the Fountain movies are free to the public.

Chairs are not provided so guests are encouraged to bring their seat and a blanket for chilly nights.

For more information on Flicks at the Fountain, please visit Carlsbad Village online at carlsbad-village.com or on Facebook.

—Carlsbad Village Association

Article Courtesy of Patch.com

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