Free Outdoor Movies 2011, Pasadena and Beyond

Free summer movies are everywhere you look in California this summer. If you're looking for the biggest outdoor event, head to Old Pasadena for the annual Pasadena Film Festival, held July 7 - 30, 2011 Thursday-Saturday Evenings, 8 p.m. Billed as the largest, free outdoor film festival in California, the annual event includes 18 screenings throughout Old Pasadena during a single summer season. All screenings are free and open to the public.

Free movies in the parks, on the lakes, at the beach and most every place you can imagine are being held in hundreds of cities throughout California. Here are a few:

Redding & Anderson, CA Movies in the Park -

San Bruno -
Movies will be shown each Friday in September, starting at dusk in San Bruno City Park in front of the tennis courts. Admission is free. Call 650.616.7017 for additional information

Carmichael - Carmichael Movies in the Park!
Friday, July 8 at ODonnell Park - Kung Fu Panda
Friday July 15 at Gibbons Park - How to Train Your Dragon
Friday, July 22 at Carmichael Park - Despicable Me
All FREE and movies start at dark. Approximately 9:30pm

Napa - Movies in the Park
Four Saturday night Movies in the Park under the stars on a huge 25- foot screen. Shows begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. The lineup this summer is:
June 24 The Goonies
July 16 The Karate Kid
August 27 Remember the Titans
September 17 Jailhouse Rock

Roseville Coaltiion of Neighborhoods (RCONA) Summer Movies in the Park
Movies begin at dusk
June 25 Central Park/Jefferson School) JUMANJI
July 9 Maidu Park The LITTLE RASCALS
Jul 23 Buljan Park ALPHA and OMEGA
Aug. 13 Royer Park ASTRO BOY
Aug. 27 Kaseberg Park BABE The GALLANT PIG

Hanford Movie in the Park
The City of Hanford Recreation Department Free Movies in the Park series the second Friday of Every Month! May through September, after sunset. Call: 559-585-2529.

From Redondo Beach to Huntington Beach, San Diego to San Francisco, look for free movies throughout the state at your favorite city's parks and recreation department.

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