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Free Movies for Kids are offered in many theaters around the state — it’s an affordable activity and cool on hot summer days when everybody needs some “down time”!

Through Friday, 7/19 Megamind plays at Digiplex in Bloomfield for $1! Next up is Puss N Boots – check the schedule.  Buy a package for $5 for all movies!

Saturday and Sunday, 7/20 & 21, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” @ 11:30 a.m. at Criterion Cinemas in New Haven for $5.

Bow-Tie Cinemas host them various days at the Marquis 16 – Trumbull, CTLandmark 9 – Stamford, CT, and Palace 17 – Hartford, CT *FREE*

Movies at AMC Theatres Mondays-Wednesdays @ 10pm bring some of the biggest movies back on the big screen for $3-proceeds benefit autism and other medical research.

For a small fee of $5, get away to the New York International Children’s Film Festival hosted by Hartford’s Real Art Ways.  The first series is dedicated to ages 3 to 6 in July, then in August films for ages 7 to 14.

Escape from Planet Earth will be shown 7/23-25 @ 10 a.m. at Spotlight Theaters, Hartford. Also Friday, 7/26 @ 9 p.m. on the lawn of the Enfield Library.

Outdoors we know of a friendly and picturesque spot at The Shoppes of Farmington Valley in Canton.

July 19 “Lilo and Stitch” at dusk at Keney Park in Hartford and “Tangled” will be shown in Unionville (Farmington).

July 20, “Brave” at sunset at Southington Drive-In. Southington and Meriden residents pay $10 a carload. Others pay $13 a carload. Walk-ups pay $2 a person but should bring lawn chairs.

Tell us where you found a good one! (comment below).

Questions?  Just comment and we’ll answer you right away!

Look for other activities on our Event Calendar throughout the summer!


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