Enjoy films under the stars in Crofton

Its back! Starting the end of June, a Crofton summer tradition continues with more "Movies in the Park" at Old School Museum field (by the Saltspring Ferry Terminal.) In a beautiful venue right beside the ocean, families can enjoy an outdoor film on Saturday nights.

This year’s movies are starting off with Monsters vs. Aliens (June 28) continuing with Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (July 12) and the Neverending Story (Aug. 23) and newer titles like Gullivers Travels (July 26) Scooby Doo (Aug. 9) wrapping up with the latest Star Trek film Into Darkness (Sept. 6).

Start time is dusk or around 9:30 p.m. but show up early to grab a great seat. Bring chairs, blankets and snacks. It’s free or by donation with any proceeds going towards a new skatepark. All shows are weather dependant.

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