CommComm posted on June 15, 2010 22:46

Hey there Mr. and Mrs. Parent, do you have your adorable little crumb-crushers and their friends staying over on Friday nights? Too hot to keep 'em indoors. Tired of being outside with 'em? What to do? What to do? Movie Night at Hopkins of course. Ahhhhh, that's the ticket. And they get lots of fun stuff along with the movie. Read on:

 "Five hit movies will be screened on Friday nights this summer on the Wyman Quadrangle of the Homewood campus (rain location: Shriver Hall). Hopkins Summer Outdoor Films, presented by the Office of Summer and Intersession Programs, premieres on June 18. Live music begins at 7:30 p.m. Hot dogs, burgers, nachos, candy and drinks will be sold. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets; no alcoholic beverages are permitted. Movies will start as soon as it gets dark, around 8:30 p.m.

The films and pre-shows are as follows: June 18, The Addams Family, with Man and Dog; June 25, Up, with a “kids night” featuring strolling magicians and balloon artists, and music by Tone Rangers, an a cappella group that includes John Bader, associate dean for undergraduate academic affairs in the Krieger School; July 9, The Princess Bride, with Blue Lemon Trio; July 16, Fantastic Mr. Fox, with Deep Tree Mantra; and July 23, Star Trek (2009), with Swingin’ Swamis. For more information, call 410-516-4548."

Parenting never got so easy.

Alonzo LaMont

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