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Tyler Parks and Rec are bringing films back to the park this spring

As temperatures begin to warm and we head outside again, if you don’t want to be bothered by movie theaters that don’t give you everything you paid for at the concession standone of East Texas’ favorite spring events returns as Movies in the Park returns this spring!

Tyler Parks and Recreation will host three free movie nights for families and community members in April and May at Bergfeld Park, 1510 S. College Ave., and one at Fun Forest Pool, 900 N. Glenwood Ave.

All movies are accessible free of charge. Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs to enjoy the evening. Since 2005, the Parks Department has shown 131 free movies and they are all family friendly, so pack the snacks and blankets and get ready for this great lineup!

Bergfeld Park will host three films this spring starting this week.

Tyler Parks and Recreation

Tyler Parks and Recreation

For this special showing of the Disney hit “The Little Mermaid,” bring your swimsuit.

Don’t miss the family fun this spring! For more information or questions, contact Tyler Parks and Rec at (903) 531-1374 or visit TylerParksandRec.com.

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