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FREE outdoor family movie nights at Prairie Sky Park in Lone Tree


Join your neighbors this Saturday, Aug. 14, for a FREE night of movies, food and fun at the Big Screen on the Bluffs at Prairie Sky Park, adjacent to the Lone Tree Recreation Center (9381 Crossington Way, Lone Tree).

Features, Times & Dates

Passport to Culture crafts and face painting begin at 6:00 p.m. Movies will begin after sundown, approximately around 7:30 p.m. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase, including popcorn.

Saturday, August 14

Movie: "The Blind Side"

Saturday, August 28

Performance by Doctor Noize, 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Movie: "Planet 51"


For more information or with questions, contact Tanya Czerniakowski at 303-708-1818 or tanya.czerniakowski@cityoflonetree.com.


More About Passport to Culture

The City of Lone Tree is providing children of all ages and backgrounds the ability to experience arts outside the classroom and inside a world of imagination with endless possibilities through our new youth cultural programming. The programming is presented by the Lone Tree Arts Commission.


It is the purpose of the Lone Tree Arts Commission to promote and encourage development and public interest in arts and culture for Lone Tree residents and visitors even at early ages.


Passport to Culture will provide a series of workshops, performances and events where kids can receive hands-on experience to learn all forms of art, from theatre and music to dance and food, from cultures around the world.

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