Summer, summer, summertime!!! So glad it’s here! (Okay, so according to the calendar it’s not until June 20, but this is the south. Memorial Day kicks it off in these parts, no?)
One of my absolute favorite summer activities is catching old movies in all their glory on the big screen at the historic Alabama Theatre. And goody, goody they’ve released their Summer Film Series dates! Gone with the Wind, To Kill a Mockingbird AND a Hitchcock double feature (Psycho/The Man Who Knew Too Much)…I’m there!
The Summer Film Series delights fans of the silver screen with with matinee and night showings of classic movies. Candy, popcorn and adult beverages are available for sale and there’s an audience sing-along with their mighty Wurlitzer organ!
Check their online calendar for showtimes and information; tickets are $8 each and are available an hour before showtime at the door. If you plan on seeing several films, why not become join Friends of the Alabama Theatre? A $25 Paramount Membership includes 6 Summer Film Series tickets.
Another fun option?
Check out Free Friday Flicks in Homewood Park! Pack your picnic basket or cooler and blanket for a movie night under the stars, or enjoy refreshments from Jack’s and Blue Bell. The movies planned will appeal to kids as well as the young at heart (The Muppets will be shown June 8!).
Images via al.com and Homewood Parks and Rec
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