Flint, Mich.– Communities First, Inc.’s 4th annual Movies Under the Stars outdoor summer film series is scheduled to screen the film “Grease” on July 14, 2017 at Crossroads Village (6140 Bray Rd., Flint).
After conducting a survey at last year’s Movies Under the Stars, it was highly requested that a movie be hosted for a more adult audience. As a result, this free event is geared to ages 13 and up. The movie will be preceded by a party at 7:30pm and the movie starts at dusk. A classic car show, live music from The Highballs Band out of the Detroit area, a dance party, costume contest and lawn games are scheduled for the evening. Movie snacks such as popcorn, candy and water will be provided. There will also be prize drawings for T-Shirts and gift cards.
There’s still time to park your classic car along the historic main street at Crossroads Village. If you are interested in participating in the show, please complete the Car Show Participant Form or contact Dena at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remaining films are:
July 28 – A Bug’s Life behind Flint City Hall
August 11 – Sing at Applewood Estate
August 25 – Finding Dory behind Flint City Hall
Sponsors for this amazing series include:
Team One Credit Union, Chemical Bank, Diplomat, PNC Bank, Hurley Foundation, Flint and Genesee Literacy Network, Nartel Family Foundation, HAP, Lynne Hurand, Gary and Carol Hurand, Mott Community College, McLaren Hospital, Child Welfare Society, Corporate FACTS, Landaal Packaging Systems, Meijer, United Community Health Plan, Libby Maynard and Olof Karlstroms, The Martin Family and University of Michigan-Flint.
Please check the Communities First, Inc. website at www.communitiesfirstinc.org or their Facebook page for details about weather related cancellations and for the complete movie lineup.
Communities First, Inc.
Communities First, Inc. is a Flint based nonprofit Community Development Corporation which was founded in 2010. The priorities of CFI are affordable housing, economic development, green programs, and quality of life programs. CFI is committed to building sustainable, equitable communities in distressed areas. The organization is the developer of Oak Street Senior Apartments and Swayze Court Apartments located in downtown Flint and has amongst its programs Culture Shock and Green Life. More information about Communities First, Inc. can be found at communitiesfirstinc.org.