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    Prescott Moonlight Movie Nights CancelledThrough at least July 27, 2020

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Prescott, AZ (July 1, 2020) — The City of Prescott Moonlight Movie Nights at Ken Lindley Field have been cancelled, through at least July 27. 

    “The decision was made after consulting with our benefactor Ron James with the Harold James Family Foundation, in the interest of public health,” said Joe Baynes, Recreation Services Director.  “We will continue to monitor the situation, with hopes of starting the movies back up again in August.”

    The City also announced that all sporting tournaments and special events on City property will be cancelled between July 6, and until at least July 27.

    For information about City events, go to Prescott-AZ.gov, and select Calendar from the home page.

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