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Free Summer Outdoor Movie Series at Fair Haven Fields

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Shore Flicks is an outdoor movie company bringing family fun to Monmouth and Ocean Counties and all of New Jersey.

They use 16' and 40' Inflatable Screens with top-notch projection and sound systems to entertain anywhere from 30 to 3,000 people.  

This summer, they have teamed up with InVision EyeCare to bring a Free Summer Movie Series to Monmouth County. They'll be showing sixty free movies in ten towns across Monmouth County June-August,  including Fair Haven Fields, and every event will be free to the public.

Here is a list of movies being shown in Fair Haven:

Back To The Future (June 7, 9pm - 80's Comedy Week)

Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels (June 21, 9pm - Comedy Week)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (July 5, 9pm - Space Week)

Wizard of Oz (July 19, 8:45pm - Story Week)

Despicable Me (August 2, 8:30pm - Animation Week)

Up (August 16, 8:15pm - Pixar Week)

 

They will be collecting non-perishable food items every night during the InVision EyeCare Free Summer Movie Series to benefit local food banks and pantries, including Lunch Break, RAINE, and the Food Bank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties. Everyone who donates food will be put into a weekly drawing to win some great prizes generously donated by the PNC Bank Arts Center, Starland Ballroom, the Lakewood BlueClaws, the New York Red Bulls, Best Buy of Eatontown, and the NJ Festival of Ballooning. 

For more information please contact TJ Brustowicz at info@shoreflicks.com or 917-603-3882.

Jim Josselyn June 22, 2011 at 07:08 AM
Thanks to TJ at Shoreflicks for allowing us to participate in these wonderful events. Last night Ryan Gerbman, one of our outstanding students, performed the drum solo to "Wipeout" to open the show. We will have students sing or play at the beginning of the movies in the park series this year. Looking forward to seeing you there - Jim Josselyn, Director Academy of Music and Drama

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