Series includes 1st Community Movie Night presented by Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem
Children of all ages can relax under the stars while watching some of their favorite animated and family movies during the free 2016 Levitt Pavilion Family Movie Series which takes place most Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m.. Highlighting the 2016 series is a screening of Big Hero 6 June 28 as part of the 1st “Free Community Movie Night,” presented by Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem (CADCB) and hosted by ArtsQuest. Other movies being shown at the Levitt this summer include The Good Dinosaur, Hotel Transylvania 2 and Inside Out.
A partnership between CADCB and ArtsQuest, the Community Movie Night was developed to encourage residents of SouthSide Bethlehem to discover the wide variety of programming available to them at SteelStacks throughout the summer. As part of CADCB’s Wells Fargo Community Days and Festival in May, people from the South Bethlehem neighborhoods voted for one movie they wanted to see for free, with Big Hero 6 being the overwhelming winner.
“The Community Action Development Corporation thought it would be fun to let the community choose the movie,” said Carolina Martinez, CADCB’s director. “We are thrilled to partner with ArtsQuest to create an event where families and neighbors can share a nice summer night and continue building a unified and strong community.”
The complete Levitt Pavilion Family Movie Series lineup is:
June 22: Enchanted
June 28 (Tues.): Big Hero 6
June 29: The Karate Kid
July 6: Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
July 13: The Iron Giant
July 19 (Tues.): Inside Out
July 27: Hotel Transylvania 2
August 17: The Good Dinosaur
August 24: Zootopia
The Levitt Pavilion Family Movie Series is sponsored by Chick-fil-A Trexlertown. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at Levitt Pavilion’s Mack Café and the Mike and Ike Bistro Bar at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks; free parking is available in the parking lots on First Street adjacent to the SteelStacks campus.
Developed by the Bethlehem Redevelopment Authority, City of Bethlehem, Northampton County, Bethlehem Area School District, Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation and ArtsQuest, the Levitt Pavillion offers free family programming, including 50 free concerts for the community all summer long. For more information on the Levitt Pavilion, visit www.levittsteelstacks.org.
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