Needham, MA – Parent Talk is hosting it’s 12th Annual Outdoor Movie Night, Flicks on the Field. The event will be held on Saturday, August 25th *Rain Date August 26th* at Memorial Field in front of Needham High School.
Friends and families from surrounding MetroWest towns will convene on the field beginning at 6:30 pm for children’s entertainment featuring Davey the Clown, face painting, music, games, and more. At sundown (7:45 pm), attendees will gather blankets and chairs and enjoy this year’s feature film, Sing, on the big screen. Light concessions and refreshments including popcorn and cotton candy will be available. The cost of the event is FREE. Families are encouraged to bring a food donation to help support the Needham Community Council. A big thank you to this year’s Flicks on the Field sponsors: Copley Motor Cars, Louise Condon Realty, and Wegmans, as well as our Parent Talk sponsors: Needham Bank, Charles River School, Dedham Country Day, and Goldfish Swim School.
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Parent Talk Flicks on the Field featuring ‘SING’
Saturday, August 25thth*Rain Date: August 26th*
6:30 pm Children’s Entertainment, 7:45 Movie Begins
Memorial Field (In front of Needham High School), 92 Rosemary Street, Needham MA
Cost of entry: FREE! Please bring a food donation to help support the Needham Community Council.
About Parent Talk
Parent Talk is a community-based organization helping families with young children connect, learn, play, and grow together. We offer comprehensive enrichment activities designed to help members build relationships as well as educational tools and vehicles focused on child development and parenting. Our membership is comprised of approximately 500 families residing in Needham, Dover, Westwood, Natick and surrounding towns.
Parent Talk members enjoy numerous benefits including playgroups, lectures, free access to our indoor playspace, free museum passes, retail discounts, reduced rates on select children’s classes, family activities, and social events for children and parents. In addition, Parent Talk offers clubs and committees designed to engage members in the community and develop lifelong friendships.
Founded in 1991, Parent Talk is a non-profit organization run entirely by a network of dedicated volunteers and holds a large and active presence in the local community.