Venue Change For African American Family Film Series Thursday

Thursday, June 20, 2019
In anticipation of inclement weather, tonight's African American Family Film Series has moved tonight's movie to The Bessie Smith Cultural Center. 

The City of Chattanooga’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, RISE Chattanooga and Urban League Chattanooga have partnered together to present a series of classic African American family-friendly films in Miller Park during the month of June. 

Tonight's free movie is "The Last Dragon," and attendees are encouraged to wear their best 1980s neon gear.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 8:30 p.m.

Movies: 
Thursday, June 20: The Last Dragon (PG-13) -- Wear your best 1980s neon gear
Thursday, June 27: The Wiz -- Miller Plaza will morph into the Emerald City. Dress as your favorite character
Thursday, July 18: Black Panther -- Dress like your favorite character

All films start at 8:30 p.m. in Miller Park, unless otherwise stated. For more information, you can visit the Facebook event page.

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