Camp Legacy: Summer Camp Series

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Camp Legacy Movie Series
Free
Hello, campers! Get ready for summertime fun during the very first year of Camp Legacy at Legacy Park! Each movie night will feature a fun activity, unique swag item, and custom cocktail created by Pinkerton's Barbecue. Admission is free! All ages are welcome for each event, some movies may not be suitable for children. Use your best judgment! Camp at 4:30 p.m., Movies at 7 p.m. May 31 - Wet Hot American Summer, June 14 - The Parent Trap (1998), June 28 - Moonrise Kingdom, July 12 - Friday the 13th, July 26 - Heavyweights, August 9 - Dirty Dancing.

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  • Legacy Park

    103 W Houston Street, San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 374-6760

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