Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Summertime Outdoor Film Series: A Tucson Tradition

Posted By on Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 3:00 PM

Head over to the Pima County Courthouse, 115 N. Church Ave, for a movie under the stars every Thursday this month. 

The Cinema La Placita Outdoor Film Series, which has shown classic films for 16 summers in the plaza of La Placita Village, is moving to the historic Pima County Courthouse.  
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Starting this week there will be a classic film shown every Thursday of June at 7:30 p.m in the courthouse courtyard. 

For just $3 you can pull up a chair, bring a blanket and enjoy some fresh popcorn, all while watching a classic film and enjoying Tucson's relaxing summer evenings.

For every dollar you pay in admission you can also vote on which films you think they should screen next month. 

The movies they're screening this month are as follows:

June 09- To Catch a Thief (1953)

June 16- Born Yesterday (1950)

June 23- Roman Holiday (1953)

June 30- Harvey (1950)

For more info call 520-326-5282 or visit their website

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