Fridays on the Square

Brent Finnegan -- June 29th, 2007

HDR sent out a press release about the new movie screen they’re using for the free Fridays on the Square screenings. They said that “it was time to invest in something that provides the best movie experience for our audience.”

Tonight (barring a T-storm) they’re showing October Sky. You can see the list of summer movies and events here.

3 Responses to “Fridays on the Square”

  1. Emmy says:

    Looking forward to the new screen when we go see Shrek for the one millionth time!

  2. TM says:

    I didn’t think the white truck was all that bad, but I’m interested to see what this new screen is like. The only complaint about the movies at FotS that I have is when the air conditioning unit for the courthouse starts up it drowns out the sound, but there’s not much you can do about that. Maybe I sit too far from the speakers.

  3. Mountain says:

    The movies for FotS have moved around to the other side of the building (same side as the concerts) this year, so the AC won’t be an interruption anymore. Looks like there may be rain tonight, though…

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