Spooky, Festive End To This Year’s Grassy Knoll Movie Nights This Sunday

When Grassy Knoll Movie Nights came on the scene back in July, we didn’t know much about them, but we were excited. Outdoor movies are the best! Now, with a solid season of cult classics behind them – Lucas, Harold & Maude, Rear Window, The Princess Bride, Cool Hand Luke and Annie Hall – they’re wrapping up the year in October with Poltergeist. Appropriate for the season, is it not?

Arrive early for a Neighborhood Fall Festival before the movie. Belly-warming beverages from Hot & Cold, Bang Candy Company and Jackalope Brewery will be present, plus pumpkin decorating (BYOP), face painting by Chrome Halo, bobbing for apples, live music, a costume contest and “possible zombification” are all on the agenda. We think the new owner of that Ke$ha Halloween costume on Craigslist would be wise to debut his or her new digs and clean up – or glitter up – that costume contest prize.

Final Grassy Knoll Movie Night & Neighborhood Fall Festival on Sunday, October 23 in the side lot beside Bongo Java East. Fall Fest from 4-6pm, Poltergeist begins at sundown. $5 admission for the movie and festival (or $4 with a canned food donation), $1 for kids. $5 suggested donation for festival only.

Photo by Emily Spence for Grassy Knoll Movie Nights.

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