Bridge Christian Church Summer Movie Series Continues

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Bridge Christian Church, in partnership with the City of Chattanooga, will continue its Movies in the Park at Dark family movie series on Friday, July 18. The final movie of the season will be shown on Friday, Aug. 8. 

Details about the family movies being shown are available at www.bridgechristian.org

The family-friendly movies will be shown on a large inflatable screen at Heritage Park, and will begin at dark.  The events are free, open to the public and popcorn will be served.

Families are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and to come early.  From 6:30 – 8 p.m., there will be inflatables set up for children to enjoy. Movies will be cancelled for inclement weather.

Heritage Park is located at 1428 Jenkins Road in Chattanooga.  The 22-acre park has a walking track, playground, picnic tables, bocce ball court, public art and an off-leash dog park. 


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