Cinema Under the Stars returns

Outdoor family movie night to benefit Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Langley begins at dusk on Friday, Aug. 9

Prospera Credit Union’s annual Langley outdoor movie night returns on Friday, Aug. 9 in Willoughby Community Park (next to the Langley Events Centre).

Families are invited to attend the free evening of family entertainment on a gigantic screen.

The movie begins at dusk.

In co-operation with Fresh Air Cinema, they will be screening a prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime, when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed.

In support of the local community, they will accept donations on behalf of their charity partner, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley. There will also be a bouncy castle and a chance to meet Prosbeara before the show.

“We’ve had a great response to our Prospera Cinema Under the Stars program from the communities we serve, with many families telling us how much they enjoy our free movie nights, said Bruce Howell, president and CEO of Prospera Credit Union.

“Even the teenagers love to come out and bring along their friends, so it really is fun for the whole family.

“This is one of the most affordable ways to get your family out to enjoy a summer evening together,” said Mary Reeves, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley.

“And thanks to Prospera Credit Union, all proceeds from the movie night support a great program that really makes a difference for children right here in Langley.

The concession at the clubhouse above the rugby field will be open from 4 p.m. until the end of the film.

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