Arts & Entertainment

Yorktown Residents Enjoy a Screening Under the Stars

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YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Yorktown families gathered at the Jack DeVito Veterans Memorial field Thursday, July 21 to enjoy a free concert and movie screening hosted by the Yorktown parks and recreation department and Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK). The night kicked off with a performance by the Uncle Brothers followed by a screening of Disney-Pixar’s “Inside Out.” ASK volunteers also provided hula hoops, a sand art station and raffle prizes.

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