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Movies in the Park to screen Grease in Ah-Nab-Awen Park

Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. will bring their second movie of the summer to Ah-Nab-Awen Park on Friday, June 20.
Movies in the park 2014

Movies in the park 2014 /Erin Wilson

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Films through time

This summer's movies take viewers through the decades with much-loved movie classics:

June 20: Grease (1950's)

July 11: Dream Girls (1960's)

July 25: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1970's)

August 8: Top Gun (1980's)

August 22: Jurassic Park (1990's) and Voter's Choice- Double Feature!


Get more information and movie night tips here.

Movies in the Park, a Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) initiative, will be screening the movie Grease on Friday, June 20 at Ah-Nab-Awen Park on the banks of the Grand River. 

Pre-movie activities begin at 7 p.m. and vendors will be on site including GoNuts, What the TruckDaddy Pete’s BBQWoking TacoVito’s PizzaDorothy & Tony’s Gourmet Kettle CornFerris Coffee and Spoonlickers.  

Acitivities for the evening include a classic car show from the GR Antique Car Club, a mini playground from Friends of Grand Rapids Parks, swing dancing and lessons from the Swing Dance Society, screen printing and the Grand Rapids Childrens museum will have a small playground.

Greater Grand Rapids Bicylce Coalition is the evening's community partner, Founders Brewing Co. is the title sponsor and Celebration Cinema is the series partner.

Attendees are welcome to bring lawn chairs, blankets, snacks and beverages.

Movies in the Park is a summer series presented by DGRI and Friends of Grand Rapids Parks. The event is free and open to the pubic. 

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