Can planet Earth be saved?

Find out during the screening of Home this Saturday in Holland Park – the second film in the Movies Under the Stars summer series.

Have you ever dreamed about saving the planet? Come experience a hilarious misadventure of two fugitives on a futuristic Earth at Holland Park in Surrey this weekend.

Worlds collide in Home, the second movie in the annual summer series “Movies Under the Stars” on Saturday, Aug. 8.

The Boov, an alien race, have conquered Earth and have relocated all humans except one – a little girl named Tip. A fugitive Boov called Oh and Tip begin a comical misadventure to find the girl’s mother, restore Oh’s name, and maybe save the planet in the process.

As always, the event is free for all to enjoy. Each movie begins at dusk, but everyone is invited to arrive early to participate in fun activities and watch great performances by local entertainers.

Staff from local branches of Prospera Credit Union will be handing out free popcorn (by donation to the Surrey Christmas Bureau) as attendees settle in to enjoy the movie.

If you come early, stop by a local restaurant and pick up some take-out, bring a picnic dinner or support the North Surrey Lions Club, which will once again be barbecuing hamburgers and hot dogs, with proceeds donated to local charities.

Movies Under the Stars is the perfect summer family night out. Special this week: If you come wearing purple, you may win a prize.

Holland Park is located at 13428 Old Yale Rd.

 

 

 

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