Long Beach movies in the park
With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies beginning, the Long Beach Police Department would like to congratulate graduates and parents, yet remind them about the dangers associated with celebrating irresponsibly, and provide tips to keep them safe:
The Justin Bieber film Never Say Never will close out the 2011 season of movies in the Park.
Over the summer, tens of thousands of people enjoyed several hundred free or low-cost cultural programs, sports activities and special events throughout the City of Long Beach, as part of 100 Days of Summer, a partnership between the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine and the Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau.
With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies taking place the week of June 13th, Long Beach Police would like to educate graduates and parents about the dangers of underage drinking.
Underage drinkers are more likely to involve themselves in unsafe behavior, or become a victim of a crime due to vulnerability.
Watch This Book presents The Wizard of Oz June 25 at Last Saturdays.
Watch This Book, a series of free outdoor film screenings celebrating family-friendly classics that are adaptations of beloved literary works! This month, by popular demand, we are proud to present the beloved 1939 musical The Wizard of Oz!
Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…SUPERMAN!
The Long Beach Cinematheque is teaming up with Downtown business owners to present an outdoor screening of Richard Donner’s 1978 classic Superman. The family-friendly movie night includes a food drive to support the dedicated and important work of Long Beach-based food bank Food Finders.
Parks, Recreation & Marine’s “Movie in the Park,” “The Princess and the Frog,” will be shown on Thursday, September 2 at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The movie was originally scheduled at McBride Park on August 20 and was rescheduled to King Park due to construction.
ImPerfect, a youth band from San Diego, performs last summer at Bixby Knolls Christian Church. Photo by Danny Bradfield.
A free, family movie night will take place at Bixby Knolls Christian Church on Saturday, June 19, at 6:30 p.m.
Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine (LBPRM) will kick off the “100 Days of Summer” with a screening of the blockbuster movie “Avatar” at El Dorado Regional Park Archery Range, 7550 E. Spring Street this Friday, May 28 at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday, July 7, Moonlight movies on the Beach returns for a 6th season as a featured event of Charter Communications Long Beach Sea Festival 2009.
The free series, presented by Alfredo’s Beach Club, starts at approximately 8 p.m.