Friday night movies rolling all summer long in Cloverdale

Frozen, The Lego Movie, and Monsters University are just a few of the tantalizing titles lined up for the free outdoor movie series.

Sing-along to Frozen on July 24

A singalong under the stars to Disney’s animated musical, Frozen, is sure to be a highlight for local movie-goers in Cloverdale, where free outdoor movies are screening every weekend this summer.

The 2013 animated feature about a princess (Elsa) and her sister (Anna) was very loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen, and is stacked with singalong songs, including Oscar winner ‘Let it Go,’ a soaring little number that’s so catchy, even your dog loves it.

The Friday Movie Nights in Cloverdale series gets underway with The Muppet Show July 10 at Don Christian Park, and the series continues every Friday night to Aug. 28, alternating between Don Christian Park (6220 184 St.) and Katzie Elementary (6887 194A Street).

Next up on July 17 is Home (Katzie), followed by the Frozen Sing-Along on July 24 (Don Christian).

The Lego Movie is July 31 (Kaztie), with Big Hero 6 on Aug. 7 (Don Christian), Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (starring Johnny Depp) on Aug. 14 (Katzie), Monsters University on Aug. 21 (Don Christian), and Finding Nemo on Aug. 28 (Katzie).

Live entertainment and family games start at 7:30 p.m., with the free movie rolling at dusk.

Four of the films are sponsored by G&F Financial Group, and the series is presented by the City of Surrey.

If it looks like rain, visit Clayton Youth Services Facebook page for updates or call the Don Christian Recreation centre at 604-502-6402.

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