Posts Tagged 'park'

Movie in the Park moved indoors

Bad news yet again: we’re moving our Movie in the Park indoors because of the threat of rain Friday night.

This is the way it’s gone all summer. We schedule outdoor events for the Riverwalk Amphitheater, and then get rained out when the day of the event comes. We like to be more safe than sorry, though, because we don’t want guests getting soaked.

So we’ll show “Hotel for Dogs” Friday, Aug. 21 at the Middle School at Parkside auditorium starting at 8 p.m. Look for affordable refreshments and a free dog collar bracelet for the first 100 kids who attend.

See you then!

Rose Parade pictures posted

Rose Parade - Civil War troups

Head over to our Flickr account to see pictures from this past weekend’s super-successful Rose Parade and Party in the Park.

Luckily the weather held out for us, and thousands of Jackson residents watched the parade and joined us for the party afterward at Ella Sharp Park.

JTV also has a nice photo gallery (here’s part two) of pictures they took at the parade.

Let us know what you thought of the parade in the comments!

Tonight’s Movie moved indoors…again

See all that rain we’re getting today? It’s moving our “back to school” Movie in the Park indoors. Again.

Hopefully this time it’ll keep raining, now that we’ve made the call.

Tonight’s showing of “Ratatouille” will be shown at the Parkside auditorium at 8:30 p.m. We’ll still have snacks and refreshments for sale, and at least this way you won’t have to worry about getting wet.

And, as always, admission is free.

See you tonight!

Free Movie in the Park this Friday

Join us for a “date night” this Friday night for our second Movie in the Park event.

Bring a blanket or a chair and head to the Riverwalk Amphitheater in downtown Jackson after Cruise Night. We’ll start the movie at dusk.

The movie is “50 First Dates,” and the event is free to attend. Discount-priced popcorn and refreshments will be on hand for you and your date.

See you there – and hopefully the weather cooperates this time.

Rose Parade photos posted on Flickr

Flowers in the park

For those that couldn’t make it to the Rose Parade or Party in the Park this past Sunday, you can live vicariously through our Flickr page – where we just posted photos of the day.


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