Brooklyn residents, especially families and children, are invited to a free showing of the Hollywood hit movie ‘Despicable Me 2’ on a big screen at Kaiser Park this Sunday, August 24th. The movie will begin as soon as it gets dark, so residents should arrive at Kaiser Park at around 8 p.m. and are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair.
The park is located at the intersection of Neptune Avenue and Bayview Avenue in Coney Island and the movie is open to all residents, so do not hesitate to invite your friends, family and neighbors to this great community event.
“There is nothing like joining your friends and neighbors to watch a great movie in a beautiful outdoor setting right in our neighborhood,” said Council Member Treyger, who helped organize the screening. “I am pleased that I was able to work with the Parks Department to bring this great southern Brooklyn tradition of movies in the park to Coney Island before the end of summer.”
After co-hosting several movie events this summer the northern portion of his district with Council Member David Greenfield, Council Member Treyger worked with the Parks Department to bring this event to Coney Island in time for the end of summer.
Council Member Treyger also plans to hold additional free moving screenings throughout Coney Island, Bensonhurst and Gravesend next summer. Please contact his district office at (718) 307-7151 for more information on Sunday’s showing of ‘Despicable Me 2.’