An outdoor movie screening is being watched by Among our favorite summer activities. Let us face it: If you are on a plaza a yard or the shore, you can not go wrong watching a film and cozying up on a blanket. That is the reason why we rounded up all of the free (yes, free!) films this summer, playing across the Bay Area. Expect to find flicks that range to blockbusters such as Mary Poppins Returns from classics such as The Sandlot.
Moonlight Films at Town Green
Create your way to the City of Danville because of its Moonlight Movies series comprising a film the fam will love as well as crafts. (Just do not forget lawn seats, popcorn, and a fresh bottle of bug spray.) Actions at 6:30pm showtime at 8:30pm.
Films in Redwood City on the Square
To get a downtown movie viewing, visit a (or all) of Redwood City’s Courthouse Square’s household flicks this summer. Plop a barbell, on Thursdays in sundown and take in flicks both timeless and fresh, at no cost. You are welcome to bring your beloved regional take-out or find some snacks (such as candy or popcorn ) in the onsite snack bar.
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Films on the Beach
Have a Rest and unwind in Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk at 9 pm. Be sure before locating your place to catch some of your carnival bites. (Kettlecorn, anybody?) There is also a 15-minute intermission during every picture, ideal for a diaper change or a fast break. All of the screenings are free!
Waterfront Flicks in Jack London Square
Enjoy movies and pleasure each Thursday night in Jack London Square. Arrive sunsets like decoration getaways and trivia to get festivities that are pre-film snag your place.
Outdoor Films at Hayword City Hall Plaza
Listen to live audio and munch on snacks from local sellers at 6 pm before returning and watching a movie at 8/8:30pm (if it becomes completely dark). You can anticipate actions and food choices, although the films are hosted throughout the show.
With these places to go to watch movies, there’s no argument that the bay area is one great place for movie fanatics. But if you are not and you may want to travel somewhere else saying “I want to sell my house now Bay Area,” you may want to reconsider.