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Screen on the Green is on Tonight

SCREEN ON THE GREEN DATE NIGHT IS ON TONIGHT, Monday, August 12, 2013 AS PLANNED. 8 PM Dance Party.  The film scheduled for this evening is the romantic classic, “Somewhere in Time” with Christopher Reeves! Folks can cuddle up on the Village Green tonight for this wonderful love story, soon to be a Broadway show. If you have never seen this film, you will not be disappointed. Pack a picnic supper or better yet, purchase a great pizza from Pizza Vita one of our sponsors for this evening.


Radar shows clouds today with 20% chance of rain much later tonight long after the event is long over. It will be a cloudy day and evening, but isn’t’ that romantic?  There will have a souvenir photo booth, dance music, free raffles and all the excitement we shared throughout the entire series. Bring your friends and make a night of it. This award winning FREE movie series completes its 2013 season with a Date Night offering just for adults. Singles, couples and groups of adult friends are encouraged to make an evening of it. Following the film, why not visit Summit’s Downtown for a little adult refreshments or after movie snacks.

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Tonight’s sponsors are: PNC Bank, Carolann Clynes Fine Homes, Smythe Volvo, Pizza Vita, the Summit Lions Club and the Summit/New Providence Rotary.

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