Grab some chairs or blankets and head outside to watch free outdoor movies under the stars this summer! We’ve put together a list of some family-friendly outdoor movies in Niagara this summer.
Free Outdoor Movies in Niagara:
The Film House presents Free Outdoor Movies
Friday, Aug 16 at approx. 9pm, Mann Raceway Plaza (behind the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre) at dusk.
Join us in our backyard under the stars for a beautiful summer evening. Popcorn and concessions will be available. Please bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.
The screening will begin at dusk on Friday, August 16 (rain date is Aug. 23) in behind The Film House/ FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.
250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines
Lincoln Outdoor Family Movie Nights
Join us for a FREE family outdoor movie screening at Hilary Bald Park. Bring your own lawn chairs. Refreshments available for purchase.
Movie Feature: Smallfoot
Please bring a non-perishable food donation in support of Village of Hope.
For more information please call 905-563-2799 ext. 319 or email
Moonlight Flicks in St. Catharines
Rennie Park, 60 Lakeport Rd.
July 23, 7:30: Ralph Breaks the Internet
July 25, 7:30: Mary Poppins Returns
Aug 1, 7:30: Wall-E
Aug 8, 7:30: Wonder Woman
Moonlight Flicks in Port Colborne
HH Knoll Lakeview Park, Port Colborne
Aug 7, 7:30: Captain Marvel
Aug 14, 7:30: Men in Black
Big Movie Night Welland presents Shrek
Civic Square, Welland
Saturday, August 24th. Show starts at dusk (approximately 8pm).
SomeBODY once told us, everyone LOVES Shrek! Catch the big green guy on the outdoor big screen at Civic Square
“A mean lord exiles fairytale creatures to the swamp of a grumpy ogre, who must go on a quest and rescue a princess for the lord in order to get his land back.”
FREE popcorn and juice boxes (while supplies last). Make your very own Shrek ears and cast your vote for the Halloween movie!
We’ll announce September’s movie at the start of the show!
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