For those of us that have reached a certain age, it is beyond surreal to ponder that the blockbuster Steven Spielberg movie E.T. is thirty years old. But once you get past that jolt of reality, you remember just how great the movie, about a young boy named Elliott who helps a stranger far away from home, really was.
“We hope everyone will bring their beach chairs and a picnic dinner and enjoy this event with family and friends.” said (FRTP) board member Ann Moller.
The screening will begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by , admission is free and parking is $2 after 6 p.m. FRTP encourages those living nearby to walk to the park.
The screening is one of several park events, including four remaining Tuesdays of outdoor concerts. All those events start at 7:30 p.m.