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Saturday, June 04, 2016



Starting, Saturday, June 18, 2016

For the second summer, the Berlin Parks Commission and Arts & Entertainment Committee join together to host a series of outdoor movie nights starting June 18th and continuing until August 27th
Movies will be screened on alternating Saturdays downtown and in Stephen Decatur and Dr. William Henry Parks

“Last year we had four showings: two downtown and one at each of the parks. We’re excited to be able to have six showings this year, with dates that cover the whole summer,” said Robin Tomaselli, proprietor of Baked Dessert Café and member of the Arts & Entertainment Committee. “We hope that we can do this every summer.”

Earlier this year, the Town of Berlin posted a survey on Facebook to decide which movies to show. The lineup will be

  • June 18, Downtown: “Tuck Everlasting”
  • July 2, Stephen Decatur Park: “Wizard of Oz”
  • July 16, Dr. William Henry Park: “Finding Nemo”
  • July 30, Stephen Decatur Park: “Princess Bride”
  • August 13, Dr. William Henry Park: “The Goonies”
  • August 27, Downtown: “Runaway Bride”

All showings will start at approximately 8:30 PM and are completely free to the public. “Movie-goers will need to bring a blanket or chair and their own snacks or drinks – alcohol is not permitted,” Parks Commission liaison Mary Bohlen said.

In case of bad weather, the decision whether or not to cancel will usually be made by noon of the same day and will be posted on Facebook at Town of Berlin Maryland.

The movie nights are sponsored by the Berlin Parks Commission and Arts & Entertainment Committee and funded in part by a grant from the Worcester County Arts Council.

For Information Contact: Mary T. Bohlen, Administrative Services Director, 410-641-4314,

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