How to Train Your Dragon 2 will play on Aug. 15 at Holland Park.

Movies Under the Stars revs up for its 11th year

Free outdoor Saturday movies in Surrey until the end of August.

Clear your calendar for Saturday nights in August.

Movies Under the Stars is coming back to Surrey’s Holland Park.

The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association, with support from Prospera Credit Union, is presenting the weekly movie nights for the 11th year.

This year, however, the free, family-friendly summer event is expanding to a fifth night.

Kicking off the line-up will be the animated feature Wreck-It Ralph Aug. 1.

Movies Under the Stars will continue for the next four Saturdays as follows:

• Aug. 8 – Home

• Aug. 15 – How to Train Your Dragon 2

• Aug. 22 – Cinderella

• Aug. 29 – Big Hero 6

Movies movies begin at dusk, but guests are invited to arrive as early as 5 p.m. to watch performers in the park.

Picnic dinners are welcome, or the North Surrey Lions Club will be barbecuing hamburgers and hot dogs, with proceeds going to local charities.

Free popcorn (donated by the Surrey Christmas Bureau) will also be handed out.

Holland Park is located at 13428 Old Yale Rd.

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