Get ready for another summer of superb free entertainment as the City of Greeley presents its annual Neighborhood Nights movie and events before the films.
Since Neighborhood Night’s creation in 1996, one of Greeley’s most fun (and free!) summertime rituals is for folks to head to beautiful parks throughout the community, stake out a patch of grass with their lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy a wonderful movie shot on an inflatable screen. These alfresco theaters bring back memories of drive-ins that baby boomers grew up with gathering people from all walks of life. So why spend another Friday night in front of the TV when you can be outside enjoying a balmy Colorado evening with friends and family watching a favorite flick under the stars?
2013 Neighborhood Nights Schedule
||Parental Guidance (PG)
Enjoy a performance by Old Town Puppet Company beginning at 7:30pm. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Weld Food Bank.
35th Ave. & 16th St.
||Puss In Boots (PG)
Watch Eric & Angelyne the Amazing DEAF Cattle Dog at 7pm. Please bring a dog or cat treat or toy for the Humane Society of Weld County.
4th Ave. & 11th St.
||The Lorax (PG)
Dr. Seuss’ friend, Abigail Ali Van Allen O’Shea, will read his classics and the Hoopligans, sponsored by Healthy Kids Club, will hula hoop with kids starting at 7pm... hoops provided! Please bring a child’s book for Promises for Children.
Pheasant Run Park
47th Ave. & 4th St.
||Princess Bride (PG)
Merry Makers will be in the park 7:15 – 8:15pm painting faces and twisting balloons while Alura, The Fairy Godmother, walks through the crowd with her fairy dust and Capt'n Red takes kids on a treasure hunts! Please bring a can of fruit for the Guadalupe Center’s kitchen.
28th Ave. & 20th St.
||The Goonies (PG)
Enjoy DDA's Friday Fest bluegrass band, BeatGrass before the movie from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Please bring wooden #2 pencils, a box of 24 crayons, or glue sticks for Greeley-Evans School District 6 supply collection for students!
9th Street Plaza
9th St. & 8th Ave.
- Movies begin at dusk and are closed captioned.
- Glass containers and dogs (except service animals) are not allowed in Greeley Parks
- For more information call 350-9401 or 350-9451
Worried about mosquitoes?
Each park location will be sprayed prior to the event and sponsors will have cans of insect repellent available for patron use.