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Movies Under the Stars series comes to Glendale with showing of ‘Up’

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Holden hosts a movie night at ‘Uncle’ Vito F. Maranzano Glendale Playground to watch ‘Up.’ (Photo by Kevin Ryan)

Over 200 people came out Friday, June 3, for a movie night at “Uncle” Vito F. Maranzano Glendale Playground in Glendale, where families were able to watch “Up” as part of the free Movies Under the Stars program.

Councilman Robert Holden partnered with the NYC Parks Department to host Movies Under the Stars for local families to enjoy outdoor viewings of their favorite classics.

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Hundreds of community members come out to watch ‘Up’ with Councilman Robert Holden. (Photo by Kevin Ryan)

“Nobody felt down at our screening of ‘Up’ in Glendale. And we even gave out free popcorn. It’s great to have more of these events and see families from our neighborhoods, as we get past the pandemic,” Holden said. “Our kids have been deprived for too long. I’m happy to partner with NYC Parks to help families have a night out.”

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Photo by Kevin Ryan

This week, Friday, June 10, Movies Under the Stars presents a screening of “Clifford” at Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village at 8 p.m. Holden expects nearly 300 people to participate. 

Holden is also hosting a bunch of other events in his district. On Thursday, June 16, at 7 p.m. at Juniper Valley Park, Holden will put together a Disney Sing-along Concert in collaboration with the Queensborough Performing Arts Center. 

Later this month, Holden will also work with the Queensborough Performing Arts Center to invite the community to a Beatles tribute concert.

For more information on upcoming events in the area, email Holden’s office at district30@council.nyc.gov or call 718-366-3900.

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