Northern Screams will present two family films



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Northern Screams Attractions announced two community outdoor movie nights on Thursday September 2 and Sunday September 5.

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On September 2, Northern Screams partnered with the Capreol Community Action Network to host a free outdoor community movie night featuring Angels in the Outfield on a giant 25-foot video screen on the ball court at Centennial Park, Ballfield , 100 Field St. Capréol.

Along with Danny Glover, Brenda Fricker, and Tony Danza, a boy prays for a chance to start a family if the California Angels win the pennant, angels are tasked with making it possible.

On September 5, Northern Screams partnered with the Sudbury Art Gallery to host a benefit movie night featuring How the Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World on September 5 at the Sudbury Art Gallery , 251 John Street.

When Hiccup finds out that Toothless isn’t the only Night Fury, he must search for “The Hidden World”, a secret Dragon Utopia before a committed tyrant named Grimmel first finds him. The art gallery will also offer an activity for families before the screening.

“These outdoor films are a great way for communities to reconnect with their neighbors while meeting current COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor films as part of the reopening of Ontario Stage 3,” Northern Screams owner Robby Lavoie said in a statement. “We are delighted to have a unique experience for our guests attending these films.” added Lavoie.

Both events will begin at 8 p.m. and follow COVID-19 guidelines. These outdoor movies are on the lawn, so guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chair and blanket to enjoy a movie under the stars. Capacity is limited to 100 people. Tickets can be purchased online at and search for events in Sudbury.

All invitees will need a ticket to promote contact tracing. Fresh popcorn, cotton candy and cold drinks will be available for purchase during the event.

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