Stay and Play in Long Beach This Summer! LBPRM Presents “Avatar” at El Dorado Regional Park Friday
2010-05-26 · By Editor
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. Admission is $5 per carload to park and includes the free movie and popcorn. Movie-goers are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs and picnic dinners and relax on the lawn for a great evening.
The ‘Avatar” screening is the first event in LBPRM’s the “100 Days of Summer” campaign being done in partnership with the Long Beach Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. The campaign encourages residents to “stay and play” in Long Beach by taking advantage of hundreds of free or low cost cultural programs, sports activities and special events taking place between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
The 100 Days of Summer website will be a resource for residents to plan activities and take local “staycations.” Free movies in parks and beaches, Long Beach Municipal Band concerts, programs at El Dorado Nature Center and the City’s two historic sites, Rancho Los Cerritos and Rancho Los Alamitos; museum programs, Long Beach Sea Festival events, special cooking classes at the Terrace Theater plaza and Hotel Maya, and ideas for spontaneous fun like hiking, biking, golf, tennis, kayaking swimming, and free drop-in youth and teen programs are just some of the activities listed on the site.
Visit the 100 Days of Summer website for fun ideas for every day of summer 2010.
For information about other Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine programs, call (562) 570-3100 or visit the LBPRM website.