The City of Santa Clarita’s 2014 Dive-In Movie series begins on Friday July 11 that will allow residents to relax poolside at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center while enjoying their favorite PG-rated films.
For $7 per person families can settle in for a Friday night at the cinema under the stars from the comfort of a poolside lounge chair or even the pool itself.
All Dive-In Movies start at 7:00 p.m. and this year’s lineup includes Monster’s University on July 11, Despicable Me 2 on July 25 and The Smurfs 2 on August 8.
“The City’s Dive-In Movies are incredibly popular with the community and continue to attract an ever-increasing number of attendees each year,” stated Mayor Laurene Weste. “This year should be no exception, and residents are welcome to take a break from the summer heat and bring the entire family to experience this unique Santa Clarita tradition.”
Registration is highly encouraged to secure a space at the City’s Dive-In Movie events.
Poolside seating is available or guests can bring their own pool amenities, including chairs, inner tubes, noodles or rafts.
Attendees must wear a bathing suit to be in the pool, and children two and under must wear water diapers. Lifeguards will be on duty for the duration of the night.
Signature movie snacks will also be available for purchase including drinks, ice cream, pizza, pretzels, nachos and much more. No outside food or drinks will be allowed.
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