If you’ve got budding movie buffs in your family, this list is for you. Here are some DFW-area summer movie events (Read all the way to the bottom for a chance to win a family four-pack of tickets to the brand new Studio Movie Grill in Colleyville!):
Bring your own chairs and blankets to watch free films under the stars at Sundance Square Plaza. Come early to win prizes and support local food vendors (No outside food or drink allowed). Movies scheduled include Mary Poppins and Back to the Future.
The Amon Carter Museum is offering a free outdoor film series called “Sunset Cinema.” You can pack a picnic dinner and bring blankets to watch the series on the museum lawn.
Your kids can enjoy 10 G-rated or PG-rated films for just $5 per kid or $1 per movie through August 13! Check web site for movie titles.
Enjoy 10 fun films for kids! $5 for ten movies when purchased in advance at the box office or at cinemark.com or $1 per person, per show when purchased at the box office....
SMG’s Children’s Summer Series, sponsored by Aquafina, offers a budget friendly entertainment option for families to escape the summer heat and watch recent children’s films for $2 per person. While you’re at check out the newest Studio Movie Grill locations in Dallas at 10110 Technology Blvd. and in Colleyville at 5655 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 300.
Watch a family friendly flick and get all-you-can pancakes and a small beverage for just $5 per person! Movies include Despicable Me 2, Turbo and Curious George. All movies are rated G or PG. Bonus: Ridgmar Movie Tavern serves up waffles!
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science has recently partnered with National Geographic on programming. One of the benefits of the partnership is the inventory of long and short 2D and 3D films that will be made available to the museum. Check out the latest Nat Geo offering Pandas: The Journey Home or one of the other short films.
When was the last time you watched a movie at a drive-in? Did you know there is now one open in Fort Worth showing first-run films? They offer cool double-features including Maleficent and Godzilla!
Need a date night but can’t find a baby sitter during summer time months? No worries at Harkins Theatre in Southlake. Harkins’ exclusive in-lobby children’s PlayCenter offers a supervised, engaging environment where children ages 3 through 8 can play games, read books, enjoy toys, and of course, watch movies, just steps from where Mom and Dad will be watching. PlayCenter staff members are trained professionals who work exclusively in the PlayCenter. They are background checked and fingerprinted. Walk-ups are welcome and reservations are recommended.
One entry per person, please. Employees of Mom2MomDFW.com, the Star-Telegram and their families are not eligible to enter. Only online entries will be accepted. Good luck!