OKLAHOMA CITY — Free movies for the whole family are coming soon to Oklahoma City parks.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department will host its fall family movie series from September 16 through October 14. Each Friday evening, a different park will host games and activities until sunset, when an outdoor movie will be shown.
“Bring your lawn chair or your blanket. Admission is free and popcorn will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis,” the department said in a statement.
Co-sponsors include the Greater Oklahoma City Parks & Trails Foundation, Halff, Homeland, Magic Cleaners, and Oklahoma Natural Gas.
On Friday at Pitts Park, 1920 N. Kate Ave., the PG-rated Encanto is scheduled to show. On September 23 at Hefner Park, 3301 NW Grand Blvd., The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG) premieres, followed by School of Rock (PG-13) on September 30 at Bicentennial Park, 500 Couch Dr., and Spider-Man : No Way Home (PG-13) at Schilling Park, 539 SE 25th St., on October 7. The series will conclude on October 14 at Tyler Park, 1115 SW 70 St., with a screening of The Princess and the Frog (G).