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Ok look, when aliens land in your back yard and eat all your Reese's Pieces and dress up in your sister’s clothing and break your favorite Speak and Spell, they don’t give you any notice either. My apologies nonetheless for not finding this sooner...

Atwater Movie Night proudly presents:
E.T., The Extra Terrestrial
Red Car River Park
Atwater Village

On their website you’ll find a helpful map and some info about the park (an “existing green space abutting the river where the historic Pacific Electric Railway once entered Atwater Village”). The merriment will commence at 7p with music, a raffle, a mad dash for prime seating, and a super-secret, guest speaker (I hope it’s Elliot). The film will begin at 8p sharp.

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Bundle up, grab a low seat or cushion, and go join the village people on this lovely, perfect, fall evening. Btw, free popcorn for everyone.

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