Ramsey County Movies in the Park Schedule

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The Ramsey County Parks are among the many parks offering free outdoor movies this summer.  As with most of these parks, there is no fee and no registration.  Just show up before dusk with a blanket and your insect repellant and get comfortable. Movies are shown on a 20-foot screen.

Here is the schedule.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day at White Bear County Park, 5050 Lake Avenue, White Bear Lake.  Commonsense Media gives this PG film an Age 9 rating.  You can read details and talking points here.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Elf at Lake McCarrons, 1795 North Rice Street, Roseville. Commonsense Media gives this PG film an Age 7 rating. It has mildly bad language, but you get more information and talking points here.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

This is a Viewer’s Choice night at Long Lake, 1500 Old Highway 8, New Brighton.  You can vote now between Big Hero 6, Despicable Me 2, Honey I Shrunk the Kids and The Goonies.  I’ve linked to Commonsense Media reviews. You can vote HERE.  As of my vote, Big Hero 6 was in the lead.  The winner will be announced on July 24th.  Maybe I’ll remember to update this.  😀

Friday, September 18, 2015

Grease at Keller Golf Course, 2166 Maplewood Drive, Maplewood. I am not sure why I, and so many parents I know, allow our kids to see this movie. There is honestly very little redeeming qualities about it; but I love it. Last year we even had an FFTC Summer Play Date to see the movie. At any rate, it is PG (mainly because PG-13 did not exist in 1978) and Commonsense Media gives it an Age 12 ranking and suggests we watch it once without our kids to refresh our memories.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Miracle at Vadnais Sports Center, 1490 County Road E East, Vadnais Heights.  This is an indoor screening, which is good, because October 15th sounds cold. Commonsense Media gives this PG movie an Age 8 rating and has few issues with it.


You can find more information at Ramsey County Parks and Recreation or by calling their office at (651) 748-2500.

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Besides Family Fun Twin Cities, I spend my 9 to 5 at a day job pursuing my weird passion for calendars and organizing things as a legal secretary. When I get home I spend my time with my four kids, 10, 6, 4 and 1. My amazing husband is both a full-time musician and full-time stay-at-home dad. Together we run a small radio empire — SiaNet Radio — playing, promoting and enjoying the wide variety of local music and art in the Twin Cities. I juggle all this while writing about exploring the Twin Cities with kids. I couldn’t be happier.

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