Claremont Movies in the Park

Various Claremont parks are the sites for a family friendly, and free, film series this summer, sponsored by those cineastes over at the Claremont Police Department, who sponsor the movies and serve hot dogs, chips and sodas. No wonder police officers are our friends.

The events start at 6:30 p.m. with food and games for the kids; the movies start at dusk. The remaining movies:

Thursday, Blaisdell Park: “Firehouse Dog.”

Tuesday, July 28, Larkin Park: “Sandlot.”

(Which is a great movie, btw.)

Thursday, July 30, June Vail Park: “Open Season 2.”

Tuesday, Aug. 4, Memorial Park: “Night at the Museum 2.”

That night is the last in the series and coincides with National Night Out. The first 750 guests get free In-N-Out burgers. Oh, yes, police officers ARE our friends.

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  • Dwain Kaiser

    Downtown Pomona is also having a free film showing. It starts at dusk Friday nights for the rest of the summer. (Thomas Plaza on West 2nd.)

    July 31st will be Jaws, a good choice for a hot summer evening.

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