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"The Incredibles" Headlines Dive-In Movie Night at Aquatic Center Aug. 25

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SUMMIT, NJ - The “Summer of Superheroes” continues at the Summit Family Aquatic Center (SFAC), located at 100 Ashwood Avenue, August 25 with a special screening of the action-packed film, "The Incredibles", as part of Shark Diddy’s Annual Dive-In Movie Night.

Gates will open to the general public, beginning at 6 p.m.  No membership is required in order to attend this free event.

As always, movie-goers can look forward to a pre-movie dance party, hosted by SummitSoundz Entertainment. dance and take pictures with some of the characters from the movie, including Mr. Incredible himself.  The host and icon of the Summit Family Aquatic Center, Shark Diddy will also join the pre-movie dance party.

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The 2014 Diddy Dive-In Movie Night is proudly sponsored by PNC Bank, Citibank, the Summit Area YMCA, State Farm of Summit, the Summit PAL, Shaping Summit Together, and the PBA.

For more information on this free event, please visit www.cityofsummit.org/SFAC, contact the Summit Department of Community Programs at 908 / 277-2932.

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