Northport, NY - July 18, 2016 - This year is the thirteenth season of the Movies on the Lawn program hosted by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, the Town of Huntington – and major sponsor Huntington Honda. This year’s lineup will have something for everyone to enjoy.
"This is great family entertainment. Pack up your picnic supper, blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy this summer's movie line-up,” said Cuthbertson. "With every passing year, the crowd of movie-goers multiplies so it's wise to arrive at each venue a little early. We plan to have some fun things to see and do before each show. Our thanks to Main Sponsor, Huntington Honda and Sparkling Ice, the Mercurio Basketball Camp, Jonathan’s Ristorante of Huntington Village and LaCasa Café at Crab Meadow Beach for co-sponsoring this year’s line-up.”
Our third movie of the summer brings us back to the Crab Meadow Beach “Drive-In” on Thursday, July 21st in Northport with “FINDING NEMO” (Rated PG). After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clown fish sets out on a journey to bring him home. [RAIN DATE: JULY 28TH]
And there’s still time to register for the Town’s Fifth Annual Sand Castle Contest at Crab Meadow Beach [being held before the movie, Finding Nemo.] The Sand Castle Contest is open to Huntington Residents in two AGE categories – for both solo and group competitions: Ages 16 & Under and Ages 17 & Up. Two lucky winners will receive a gift certificate to LaCasa Café…Complements of LaCasa. Gates to Crab Meadow Beach will open at 4pm for those registered in the Sand Castle Contest.
To register or for more info, please call 631-351-3112 or visit the Town’s website and click on the Movies on the Lawn banner on the bottom of the homepage. [RAIN DATE: JULY 28TH]
For our last movie of the summer, we will be heading to Peter Nelson Park in Huntington Station (located next to Stimson Middle School on Oakwood Road) on Monday, August 15TH for Walt Disney’s INSIDE OUT (Rated PG). This animated tale follows the life of a young girl named Riley, who us uprooted from her Midwest home and moves to San Francisco. Her emotions of joy, fear, anger, disgust and sadness conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school. [RAIN DATE: AUGUST 22ND]
All movies begin at darkness (between 8:30-9:00 pm). It is suggested that you pack lawn chairs, including the drive-in performances, in the event the drive-in lot fills early. Overflow parking is available and bus service brings people and their belongings to the beach. In the event of inclement weather on the “Rain Date,” the movie will be held indoors at the ELWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL auditorium, 478 Elwood Road, Elwood and begin at 7:30 pm.
For the most up-to date information on performances, please visit: www.HuntingtonNY.gov or call Councilman Mark Cuthbertson at 631-351-3112.