Austin Parks Foundation to Screen Aladdin at Patterson July 6

The screening of Aladdin at Patterson Park has been rescheduled twice due to weather, but is finally happening next week! It’s starting late because that’s when it’s dark, but come to the park earlier to save a spot and enjoy a picnic. Our neighbors from Bibliographia will bring their mobile screen printing cart and you can print your own Friends of Patterson Park t-shirts! Proceeds will go toward park improvements. Kids and adult sizes available.

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Austin Parks Foundation invites you to a screening of Aladdin at Patterson Park, part of our 25th Anniversary season of Movies in the Park! This will be an all 1992 series of movies.

WHEN: Thursday, July 6, 9 PM
WHERE: Patterson Park, Great Lawn

Come early to grab a spot! Parking is limited and anywhere from 200-500 people are expected, so please walk or bike if you can.

For updates see the Facebook event.
More Info and full schedule at austinparks.org/movies

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Movies in the Park is a series of free films brought to you by Austin Parks Foundation in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse and presented by Carvana. Each year, APF and the Drafthouse bring you free movies in parks all over Austin. Residents and visitors bring their blanket or lawn chairs (and often a picnic dinner!) for a fun and relaxing evening under the beautiful Austin night sky.

Dogs, picnics and lawn chairs are welcome. Alcoholic beverages, glass and styrofoam are not permitted in the park. We do provide recycling bins, but ask that you help us out by packing out all of your own trash. Smoking is also prohibited in the park, per city law.

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