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UMW hosting summer movie series in Fredericksburg

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The University of Mary Washington will again host its popular free summer movie series “Cinema on the Circle.”

Three family-friendly movies will be shown at UMW’s Ball Circle on three Monday nights in a row: July 14, 21 and 28.

Organized by UMW’s Center for Faith and Leadership, the series is designed to engage the community with the local college.

Families should bring chairs or blankets to watch the movies on. Refreshments, such as popcorn and snow cones, are given out by the university.

Last year, Cinema on the circle reached an audience of more than 1,000 people – mostly families with small children.

More information, including which movies will be screened, will be available here closer to the screen dates.

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  • JackRudolph

    Center for Faith and Leadership? I don’t think that actually exists.

    • Robert Dundon

      It does, it’s like aBaptist Student Union:
      http://umwbcm.org/about-us/

      • JackRudolph

        Oh, I see. That’s not part of UMW, though, so the possessive bit is a little off.

  • bikes2flight

    Go Eagles!

  • CPTMarkoRamius

    Awesome, i will attend with my wife and kid as i am sure they will tag-a-long. I read fizzlebottoms has good sandwhiches so i will bring one of those. Also, UMW is awesome for a wide variety of activities, most sports are free