The Wilson Park Pool in Fayetteville opened recently and features programming all summer long. The Dive-In Movies series, sponsored by the Fayetteville Firefighters Association, kicks off this Friday, June 10, with the animated movie, “Tangled.”
Fayetteville’s Parks and Recreation Department invites the community to come out and enjoy this unique experience – watch the movie poolside or from the water as it gets projected onto a giant inflatable movie screen placed atop the pool house. All four Dive-In Movies offered throughout the summer are FREE to the public; gates open at 7:15 p.m. and movies begin at sunset.
Concessions are available, so have a little cash handy to buy the kids some treats. You know they’ll ask.
The movie lineup for 2016 is:
June 10 – Tangled (originally scheduled for June 3) has been rescheduled to tomorrow night.
June 24 – Max
July 15 – Inside Out
August 5 – Ratatouille
For information regarding pool hours, swimming lessons, season passes, and more – visit the Wilson Park Pool webpage or call the pool house at 479-442-2641. If it’s raining, be sure to check the Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Facebook page for cancellations!
NOTE: Be sure to check and make sure these dates are still accurate on the individual Facebook pages before heading out. Sometimes dates change due to staffing and weather.
Bonus Outing: Series of free storytimes happening at Rogers Historical Museum on Fridays in June:
The story times will be every Friday in June at 10 a.m. at the RHM education annex.
Next three themes: Apples, Trains, Going West