Sunset Cinema In Miller Park Set For May 22 And 29

Monday, May 3, 2021

The city of Chattanooga - Open Spaces announces Sunset Cinema in Miller Park, a movie series in downtown Chattanooga. Each night Open Spaces is partnering with a nonprofit to raise awareness about and funds for their mission.

There will also be yard games, vendors, food trucks, and more at the event. Bring a blanket, sprawl out in the grass and enjoy a movie under the stars with friends and neighbors.

May 22
Presenting: Up
In partnership with Creative Discovery Museum

May 29
Presenting: Guardians of the Galaxy
In partnership with Chattanooga Area Food Bank
This event will double as a food drive so bring non-perishable goods to donate for neighbors in need.

Pre-movie activities will begin at 7:30 p.m., and movies will start at 8:30 p.m. There will be blanket
seating in the front and chair seating in the back. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own
seating.

Look out for more Sunset Cinema in Miller Park this fall. For any further questions contact the
Open Spaces office at 643-6884.


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