Pack up your chairs, blankets and picnic baskets. And get ready to watch a movie under the stars!

The Emerging Leaders Council of the Community Foundation is pleased to present its third annual Movies in the Park series. Four family-friendly, recent box office hits will be presented during the course of this summer with something for everyone to enjoy.

The series will be shown on a big screen in Greenway Park and begins on May 11th with Spiderman Homecoming. In keeping with the film’s Superhero theme, there will be a children’s Superhero costume contest, and kids are encouraged to dress as their favorite Superhero to be entered in a drawing for a toy “Batmobile.” There will also be Superhero characters from Chattoonie present for family pictures so bring your camera.

The rest of the summer schedule is as follows:

June 8th- Hotel Transylvania;

July 13th- Christopher Robin (Literacy Theme)- Cleveland Public Library will present a story time and help families apply for a library card;

August 10th- Ralph Breaks the Internet.

These events are FREE to the public. The movies will start at dusk (about 9 p.m.)
Concessions from Hungry Hippie and Kona Ice along with popcorn and candy will also be available for purchase on site beginning at 7 p.m. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent.

The Movies Nights are made possible by the following sponsors:

Presenting sponsor:
Easy Auto

Premier sponsors:
Blue Ridge Pulmonary – Dr. Ethan Rutledge
City of Cleveland – Parks and Recreation
Mix 104
Ocoee Oral Surgery – Dr. Hunter McCord
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

Major sponsors:
Advanced Auto
May & May Dentistry
Publix
State Farm – Eric Evans

Supporting sponsors:
Capital Tire
Dobbs’ Landscaping
Edward Jones-Cambridge Square
The Hungry Hippie
Kona Ice
Robbins Family Dental
Saylor See Creative Studio
United Community Bank
Wheelers

Through both hands-on charitable service and committee-based grant making, the Emerging Leaders Council provides a training ground for the future leaders of Cleveland and Bradley County’s philanthropic and outreach efforts.

The Community Foundation of Cleveland and Bradley County is a public, nonprofit, community foundation where many donors join together to make the community they love a better place, today and for future generations. To learn more about the Emerging Leaders Council or the Community Foundation and its many services, visit www.clevelandbradleyfoundation.org or contact Cathy Barrett.