How to Train Your Dragon 2 is next up (Aug. 15) at Movies Under the Stars in Surrey.

Trained dragons in Surrey Saturday

Three more August showings at Movies Under the Stars in Holland Park.

Trained dragons will team up with Cinderella and a plus-sized inflatable robot for the final three showings at Movies Under the Stars.

For the next three Saturdays, visitors are invited for activities and entertainment starting at 5 p.m. at Holland Park, followed by movies at dusk.

The upcoming movies are:

• Aug. 15: How to Train Your Dragon 2

• Aug. 22: Cinderella

• Aug. 29: Big Hero 6

The event is free.

The North Surrey Lions will be on hand barbecuing hamburgers and hot dogs, with proceeds to be donated to local charities.

Movies Under the Stars is organized by the Surrey Downtown Business Improvement Association, supported by Prospera Credit Union, whose staff members will hand out free popcorn (by donation to the Surrey Christmas Bureau) as attendees settle in to enjoy the movies.

Holland Park is located at 13428 Old Yale Rd.

 

 

 

 

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