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What: Free family movies and fun! Presented by the Boise Public Schools Education Foundation and Boise City Parks & Recreation.
Where: Julia Davis Park at the Gene Harris Band Shell – 700 S Capitol Blvd.
When: 7:00pm – Free games and crafts for kids with the Boise City Parks & Recreation’s Mobile Recreation Unit, free face painting and music. Dusk – Movie begins!
JUNE 23 – Puss In Boots PG • 2011 • 90 Minutes
JULY 21 – The Adventures of Tintin PG • 2011 • 107 minutes
AUGUST 18 – Hugo PG • 2011 • 126 minutes
There is free parking in the park lots and additional free parking at the Library lot after 6pm.
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The City of Meridian is extremely excited and proud to annouce the grand opening celebration of Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park on June 9th at 1:00pm! The day’s festivities will start early in the morning at 6:30am with a hot air balloon launch, weather permitting, from the park. The park dedication ceremony will begin at 1:00pm in the band shell. Then at 2:00pm the park will come alive with activity as the celebration commences. Featured attractions will include live music from Big Wow and Hootchie Cootchie Men, guided park tours, bounce houses, trolley rides, face painting, fishing, bocce ball lessons, toy building, a park scavenger hunt, and more! All these activities will continue until 5:30pm. The day’s events will then culminate with the inaugural performance in the Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park Bandshell by the Meridian Symphony Orchestra.
For more information about the Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park Grand Opening, please download the Event Flyer or the Event Schedule of Activities. You can also read more about the park on the Future Parks Page on the Meridian Parks and Recreation Website. For all other inquiries, please contact the Meridian Parks and Recreation office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-3579.