Moonlight Movie Nights at Ken Lindley Field

    Moonlight Movie Nights at Ken Lindley Field
    Sponsored by The Harold James Family Trust

    In collaboration with the City of Prescott Parks and Recreation Services
    Produced by Hero Party Rentals
    For contact:
    Hero Party Rentals: 928-439-4376
    Moonlight Movie Nights September 18th and 25th: Last 2 FREE MOVIE SCREENINGS of the
    Gates open at 5 pm with several pre-movie activities.
    Hero Party Rentals will provide a Kids Zone featuring several bounce castles. Stack’d Food
    truck will be on-site along with a Dippin’ Dots Ice Cream booth! Prescott Real Estate Agent
    Leila Ranzi of Keller Williams, Northern AZ, will be setting up a tent to get the socializing
    started for singles and newcomers!
    At 7:30 pm, as the sun sets, our blockbuster film will be projected on a massive 40 foot
    inflatable screen.
    Below is the schedule of the remaining three films:
    September 18th
    The Parent Trap
    September 25th
    Mark your calendars and come join us at Ken Lindley Field this summer!
    Social distancing guidelines will be followed at this outdoor event. All bounce castles and
    vendors will follow health safety guidelines.
    Moonlight Movie Nights is sponsored and made possible by a generous donation from the
    Harold James Family Trust. It is produced by Hero Party Rentals in collaboration with the City
    of Prescott Parks and Recreation Services.
    Additional Sponsors include Findlay Buick GMC, Magic 99.1, The Daily Courier, and
    For more information visit the Moonlight Movie Nights Facebook page at
    moonlightmovienightsprescott .

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