This year is the fourteenth season of the Movies on the Lawn program hosted by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, the Town of Huntington. This year’s lineup will have something for everyone to enjoy.
"This is great family entertainment. Pack up your picnic supper, blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy this summer's movie line-up,” said Cuthbertson. "With every passing year, the crowd of movie-goers multiplies so it's wise to arrive at each venue a little early. We plan to have some fun things to see and do before each show. Our thanks to Jonathan’s Ristorante of Huntington Village and LaCasa at Crab Meadow Beach for co-sponsoring this year’s line-up.”
The force will be with us on Monday, June 26th at Heckscher Park as the summer movies series starts with the showing of STAR WARS – ROGUE ONE (RATED PG-13).
This is the latest installment in the Star Wars trilogy that takes place in a land far, far away about the epic adventure of the Rebel Alliance’s plan to steal the secret plans of the Empire’s destructive planet killer - the Death Star. [RAIN DATE: JULY 17TH]
Then on Thursday, July 6TH, pack up the family, lawn chairs and picnic supper and enjoy a nostalgic Drive-In night at Crab Meadow Beach in Northport with THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS (Rated PG).
This animated tale tells the story of a quiet life of a terrier named Max, whose life is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes. [RAIN DATE: JULY 13TH]
In addition to the July 6th drive-in showing of “The Secret Life of Pets,” we will hold the Second Annual “Basketball Shootout” sponsored by the Mercurio Basketball Camp. Two lucky winners will receive a FREE TWO-WEEK CAMP SESSION at the Mercurio Basketball Camp, compliments of the Mercurio Basketball Camp of Greenlawn.
The “BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT” will take place from 6pm to 7pm on the basketball courts at Crab Meadow Beach. There will be two shootout sessions. One winner from age group 5-7 and one from age group 8-10 will be attending basketball camp this summer! [RAIN DATE: JULY 13TH.]
The nostalgic outdoor movie experience continues with another Drive-In movie at Crab Meadow Beach on Thursday, July 20th with MOANA (Rated PG). An adventurous teenager, Moana, sets sail on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, she meets the once-mighty demigod, Maui. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. [RAIN DATE: JULY 27TH]
In addition to the July 20th showing of MOANA; we would like to invite you to enter the Town’s Sixth Annual Sand Castle Contest at Crab Meadow Beach. The Sand Castle Contest is open to Huntington Residents in two AGE categories – for both solo and group competitions: Ages 16 & Under and Ages 17 & Up. Two lucky winners will receive a gift certificate to LaCasa Café…Complements of LaCasa. Gates to Crab Meadow Beach will open at 4pm for those registered in the Sand Castle Contest. To register or for more info, please call 631-351-3112 or visit the Town’s website: HuntingtonNY.gov and click on the Movies on the Lawn banner on the bottom of the homepage. [RAIN DATE: JULY 27TH]
For our last movie of the summer, we will be heading to Peter Nelson Park in Huntington Station (located next to Stimson Middle School on Oakwood Road) on Monday, August 14TH for the animated family favorite – SING.
In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists' find that their lives will never be the same. [RAIN DATE: AUGUST 21ST.]
All movies begin at darkness (between 8:30-9:00 pm). It is suggested that you pack lawn chairs, including the drive-in performances, in the event the drive-in lot fills early. Overflow parking is available and bus service brings people and their belongings to the beach. In the event of inclement weather on the “Rain Date,” the movie will be held indoors at the ELWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL auditorium, 478 Elwood Road, Elwood and begin at 7:30 pm.
For the most up-to date information on performances, please visit: www.HuntingtonNY.gov or call Councilman Mark Cuthbertson at 631-351-3112.