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What to do on a Sunday night in Williamsburg ?

Thanks to the folks at the Blue Talon Bistro, Williamsburg VA will again have another entire summer’s worth of FREE movies – outside on Prince George St., on Sunday nights at sunset or a little after.

We all look forward to another great summer of movies and hope you’ll join us!

Don’t forget, bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Explore the other stores at Merchants Square in Williamsburg, VA here

Movies are shown  outside on Prince George St., on Sunday nights at sunset or a little after. There is a great lineup of films for 2010 – with choices for young and old alike.

Don’t forget, bring a lawn chair or blanket.

movies on prince george street in colonial williamsburg

 

Upcoming Films for 2010

June 13: Sherlock Holmes

June 20: How to Train Your Dragon

June 27: Star Trek (2009)

July 4: Jaws

July 11: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

July 18: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

July 25: New Moon

August 1: African Queen (Bogey & Hepburn)

August 8: Dirty Dancing (Swingin’ on the street in the afternoon!)

August 15: Julie & Julia (on Julia’s Birthday no less!)

August 22: Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smithsonian

August 29: Monters v. Aliens

September 5: North by Northwest

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One Response

  1. Looks like pretty good film selection! I can’t wait to see North by Northwest.

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