Friday Family Movie Nights at Chambers Creek Regional Park

Are you looking for a family outing that won’t break the bank, and is fun during the colder time of the year? Friday Family Movie Nights are starting up at  Chambers Creek Regional Park. The movie “The Little Mermaid” will be shown on Friday, January 24, and “Monsters University” will be shown on Friday, February 21. Both events start at 6:30pm.

Chad Harvell, Pierce County Parks and Recreation Coordinator, commented: “I feel very privileged we are able to provide this opportunity to the families of our community. This event would not be possible without the support of University Place Refuse and Recycle in University Place. They have been very generous and sponsored many events here at Chambers Creek Regional Park and I cannot say thank you enough to them!”

Pre-registration is recommended, no later than the Thursday before each movie. Limited space MAY be available, based on the number of pre-registrations. This event is limited by the facility space to 100 attendees.  Registrations are currently being accepted

Chad explained, “This is a great opportunity for families to come together at a reasonable cost to experience their favorite film on the big screen, plus snack on some great snacks made possible by Chambers Bay Grill. These two months bring us a lot of cold and rainy nights, why not come inside and have some quality time with your family and of course some fun on a Friday evening!“


A flyer is available for download.

Friday Family Movie Nights are held at the Chambers Creek Regional Park, in the Environmental Services Building Combined Room, at 9850 64th St. W. University Place, WA. Registration and payment can be made online at www.piercecountywa.org/parks or by phone at 253-798-4141. Tickets are $2 per person, children under age 3 are free.

By: Carly Calabrese, staff for Tacoma.com
Edited by Reba Winstead, editor for Tacoma.com

1 thought on “Friday Family Movie Nights at Chambers Creek Regional Park”

  1. My cousin said that Monster’s University was a good movie. I would see it, but more likely in the comforts of my own home, not with a bunch of families and kids. :P!

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