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Plum’s summer movie series to kickoff Saturday at Larry Mills Park

Michael DiVittorio
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Plum’s Summer Movie Series at Larry Mills Parks kicks off Saturday with the free screening of “A Dog’s Way Home.”

Plum’s Summer Movie Series returns to Larry Mills Park for its third straight year.

Event coordinator Mona Costanza said the borough and Plum Rotary are excited to continue their partnership in providing free family-friendly movie screenings.

“Each year it grows. That’s why we’re continuing to do it,” she said.

Movies this year include:

  • “A Dog’s Way Home” on June 8.
  • “How to Train Your Dragon – the Hidden World” on July 13.
  • Disney’s “Dumbo” on Aug. 10.

Festivities at the park at O’Block Road and Fontana Drive start at 8 p.m. with the movie playing at dusk.

Pre-show activities include children’s games and music entertainment.

Popcorn will be available. Plum Area Youth Soccer will have concession stands open for other food purchases.

Parking is free. Families are encouraged to bring their own blanket and lawn chairs.

Visit plumboro.com or email [email protected] for more information.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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