Looking for something fun to do tonight with your family?

United Way is hosting a free outdoor movie night in Williams Lake on Friday, Sept. 21

Looking for a fun, free way to enjoy an evening out?

United Way is hosting its free outdoor movie night in Williams Lake on Friday, Sept. 21 at the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds.

United Way is offering the evening of entertainment completely free of charge including snacks such as hot dogs, hamburgers, pop, chips, popcorn, cotton candy, juice, hot chocolate and coffee, thanks to its generous sponsors.

The outdoor movie night will feature wildly popular The Incredibles 2, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Stampede Ground ball diamond, located in the infield of the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds.

Movie goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and extra warm clothes as its expected to be chilly out.

For addition information contact Ashlee Hyde by phone at 250-392-8145 or by e-mail at ashlee@unitedwaytnc.ca.

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