FREE Showing of Psycho This Week!

LOCALLY GROWN Free Movie this Thursday in Downtown Chapel Hill!

 
Cool summer nights come alive every Thursday evening until August 29, atop the Wallace Deck, 150 East Rosemary Street in Downtown Chapel Hill. Visit www.locally-grown.com for details. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
 
NOW SHOWING: Psycho (1960)

 

On Thursday, August 22 - we'll be showing our last movie of the LOCALLY GROWN series. We'll have Hitchock-inspired trivia at 8PM - and trust us - the competition is fierce!  Trivia will be based on the movie, modern crime television, modern psychology, and those who followed in the footsteps of Hitchcock. 

 

Free popcorn for all while supplies last; and Ben & Jerry's will be selling delicious ice cream to keep you cool! Movie nights start with film shorts created by local award-winning filmmaker Nic Beery; of  Beery Media and founder of the Carrboro Film Festival.

  

The movies start at sundown-ish (approx. 9PM) so bring a chair or blanket, get dinner from a downtown restaurant and have a picnic dinner under the stars. Discount parking tokens for movie goers provided by Town of Chapel Hill's Parking Services. 

 

The plaza is on top of the Wallace Parking Deck, car entrance off of Rosemary Street. For all downtown parking options visit www.parkonthehill.com. But why not bike-in to the movie? There's plenty of bike parking space...and it's free! 

CONCERT NEXT WEEK: Say goodbye to summer at our last concert of the LOCALLY GROWN series. Come out and enjoy the Carolina Brewery beer garden open at 7PM, with food from Top This!, The Standard Restaurant, and Bandido's. Music starts at 8PM. See you downtown!
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The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership is working to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual center of Chapel Hill through economic development. Contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or meg@downtownchapelhill.com. www.downtownchapelhill.com