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Support WakeMed Children’s and have fun evenings under the stars watching movies at Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheater this summer.
2011 Movies by Moonlight Schedule
May 26th – The Social Network (PG-13)
June 2nd – The Proposal (PG-13)
June 9th – Eat, Pray, Love (PG-13)
June 16th – Despicable Me (PG-13)
June 30th – Father of the Bride (1950)(NR)
July 7th – Red (PG-13)
July 21st – Twilight: Eclipse (PG-13)
July 22nd – Sound of Music Sing-a-Long (NR) (Special event pricing for this show)
August 4th – Up (PG)
August 18th – Outsourced
September 1st – Rebel Without a Cause (NR)
September 8th – True Grit (2010) (PG-13)
Movie night admission is just $3 for adults and kids 12 and under are free. Picnic baskets are allowed so bring your dinner, blanket and lawn chair to enjoy the stars of the big screen under the stars of the celestial kind! Gates open at 7pm on movie nights and the flms start at dusk.
A portion of movie night proceeds benefit the Just For Kids Kampaign. The Just For Kids Kampaign is a $20 million WakeMed Foundation fundraising effort to expand pediatric services. So far, JFKK has fully funded the first Children’s Hospital in Wake County, and now funds are being raised to expand the Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery.
And, a new fun twist this year, turn your movies by moonlight outing into a bike-in cinema night! Ride your bike to Booth Amphitheatre using one of Cary’s many greenways and receive a complimentary ticket to the movie! If you bike to the movie and receive a free ticket, donations to the JFKK are greatly appreciated.
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