Classic Movie Night is back for a third year. This event provides the opportunity to enjoy dinner at one of 35 different Old Town Winchester restaurants, stroll through and shop at 60 unique shops and sit beneath the stars to watch a classic movie.
Classic Movie Night is screened by Magic Lantern Theater, Winchester’s classic film go-to since 2001 and sponsored by Greenfield Living Center.
The community is encouraged to bring seat cushions, blankets or chairs. Also, feel free to bring a picnic to eat or bring a to-go dinner from a restaurant in Old Town Winchester. This is a perfect event to cuddle up with a special someone and enjoy a blast from the past with an old- fashioned dinner and a movie night.
June 10 – “American Graffiti”
One of the most influential and beloved American classics, “American Graffiti” features the coming of age of four teenagers on their last summer night before college. Released in 1973, it is a nostalgic look back at the ‘60s, the music, mores and memories. Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Harrison Ford and Ron Howard. Rated PG; 113 minutes.
July 8 – Viewer’s choice to be determined through a Facebook poll
Options include: “Some Like it Hot”, “The Band Wagon” or “Moonstruck”
August 12 – “Citizen Kane”
Rated as the American Film Institute’s Greatest American Film of all Time, Orson Welles’s 1941 epic tale of a publishing tycoon’s rise and fall is inventive, poignant and hugely entertaining – a landmark achievement in film. Rated PG; 119 minutes.
WHEN: June 10, July 8, August 12
WHERE: Old Town Winchester Taylor Pavilion
RAIN LOCATIONS: Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church annex (July 10 & August 12) and
Handley Library (July 8)
HOSTED BY: City of Winchester, Old Town Winchester and Magic Lantern Theater