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"E.T" will play on the big screen in Beach Haven.
“E.T.: The Extraterrestrial” will be the last movie playing outside on the big screen during the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Science’s Movies at the Beach summer program. The showing will begin at dusk on Sunday, Aug. 31, at Veterans Bicentennial Park, located on Beach Avenue between Engleside Avenue and Amber Street in Beach Haven. Ice cream and coffee will be available for purchase.
“It’s the perfect movie to end the summer,” said Amy Carreño, LBIF’s director of public programs. “It’s a fun night to spend with friends and family. Watching a movie outside is more exciting for everyone, especially on a summer evening,” she added.
Film participants are encouraged to bring a $5 donation for LBIF as well as a nonperishable food item, which will be contributed to a local food bank.
— Kelley Anne Essinger
This article was published in The SandPaper.