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Conway 'Movies in the Park' back for summer

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CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - Conway Parks, Recreation & Tourism presents the annual “Movies in the Park.” 

All movies will be shown at Riverfront Park, located on Elm Street in downtown Conway. All shows start at Dusk (8:30ish). 

Movies scheduled this summer include the following:

The Goonies – Friday, May 15

Jurassic Park – Friday, June 5

Lego Movie – Friday, July 10

Back to the Future – Friday, August 7

Frozen – Saturday, September 12

Movies are shown on a giant 15' x 25' inflatable screen. Enjoy a great movie under the stars in a family friendly atmosphere. Bring a blanket or chair along with a picnic basket and enjoy a fun evening with friends and family. 

Admission to “Movies in the Park” is FREE. 

Concessions will be available for a nominal fee. The “Movies in the Park” film series is presented by Conway Parks, Recreation & Tourism. 

For more information, please call 843-488-1950, or visit us online at www.ConwayParksandRecreation.com.

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