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Return of the Free Friday Night Movies (on Stearns Wharf)

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – 6/8/2011 The City of Santa Barbara and Stearns Wharf Business Association are proud to present a FREE Friday Night Movies series for the whole community to enjoy. Bring the family and join us under the stars as June leaps into high adventure with “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (PG), and musical-dance favorite “Footloose” (PG). Blast off in August with Buzz Lightyear in Disney-Pixar’s classic, “Toy Story” (G). And finally, September brings a trilogy of hit movies: “Grease” (PG), “The NeverEnding Story” (PG), and “Shrek” (PG). Arrive early; all movies start at dusk.

FREE Friday Night Movies on Stearns Wharf is an outdoor event. So, dress warmly and bring your blankets and beach chairs. There will be Free Parking on Stearns Wharf after 7 p.m. Come early for the best viewing and watch the multi-media pre-show, visit our merchants and don’t forget about the snacks. We’re located on the seaward end of Stearns Wharf near Santa Barbara Shellfish Company and Stearns Wharf Bait and Tackle. Popcorn and movie snacks will be available for purchase.

Movies Schedule:

“Raiders of the Lost Ark” (PG) at dusk on June 17

*  “Footloose" (PG) at dusk on June 24

*  "Toy Story" (G) at dusk on August 26

*  "Grease" (PG) at dusk on September 2

*  "The NeverEnding Story" (PG) at dusk on September 9

*  "Shrek" (PG) at dusk on September 16

FREE Friday Night Movies on Stearns Wharf is sponsored by the City of Santa Barbara and Stearns Wharf Business Association, with promotions provided by K-LITE 101.7 Radio, 99.9 KTYD Radio, Santa Barbara Family Life Magazine, and Outdoor movie production services provided by CommCinema Mobile Digital Cinema Systems. Admission is free. For more movie information, visit:

-Brian Slagle Administrative Analyst, City of Santa Barbara | Waterfront Department


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