Friday Night Flicks schedule to begin this week

For a second year, Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) has joined together with four other local nonprofits for Friday Night Flicks.

This outdoor film experience begins Fri., July 8 at the Ridgefield Waterfront with the Police Activities League of SW WA

VANCOUVER – For a second year, Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) has joined together with four other local nonprofits for Friday Night Flicks. 

This outdoor film experience begins Fri., July 8 at the Ridgefield Waterfront with the Police Activities League of SW WA (PAL). CCHM wraps up the series on Aug. 5 with “Night at the Museum” brought to you by the Southwest Washington Contractors Association.

Like last year, this is a collaborative event, and four other nonprofits are hosting Friday Night Flicks. Below is the complete series for summer 2022:

• July 8: PAL presents “Soul”

• July 15: Hough Foundation presents “Mr. Holland’s Opus”

• July 22: Ridgefield Main Street presents “A League of their Own”

• July 29: Rocksolid Community Teen Center presents “Rock Dog”

• August 5: Clark County Historical Museum presents “Night at the Museum”

For more information, https://cchmuseum.org/programs-events/friday-night-flicks/ where you can learn about each movie/nonprofit and follow links to buy tickets.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor the Southwest Washington Contractors Association and additional sponsors Riverview Community Bank, City of Ridgefield, and Brickhouse Bar and Grill.

We look forward to seeing you at Friday Night Flicks 2022 and a huge thanks to the Realvest, Port of Ridgefield, Why Racing Events, & Versa Events who have made this community event possible.

Feel free to email CCHM at [email protected] or visit the website cchmuseum.org to learn more about Clark County Historical Museum and everything we have going on this summer.

Information provided by Clark County Historical Museum.

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Article Source: Clark County Today