Free Outdoor Films Return to Dockside Park

The Cold Spring Film Society (CSFS) has announced its lineup for their 2014 FREE Summer Film Series in Cold Spring’s Dockside Park, and the season begins Saturday, June 28, at sunset with the family favorite E.T. The Extra- Terrestrial (Dir. Steven Spielberg, 1982). As per tradition, this season features a mix of classics and blockbusters from decades past. If the season opener’s little alien isn’t your speed, come watch Ridley Scott’s hair-raising version burst into the night mid-way through the summer.

Summer schedule:

  • June 28, Saturday, E.T.
  • July 12, Saturday, His Girl Friday
  • July 26, Saturday, The Sting
  • Aug. 9, Saturday, Alien
  • Aug. 23, Saturday, Vertigo
  • Sept. 6, Saturday Double Feature, An American Tale and Dirty Dancing

All films start at sundown in Dockside Park (entrance just north of the Cold Spring bandstand). Admission is free and open to all. The film society will pop fresh popcorn and there will be lemonade, movie candy, raffle tickets, membership tote bags, new Summer Film Series T-shirts and more available for purchase. Bring a blanket and picnic and come early to enjoy the view before the starry night ensues. Visit coldspringfilm.org to find out more about free outdoor films or to make a tax-deductible donation to help support screenings. Mail donation checks to: Cold Spring Film Society, 192 Main St., Cold Spring, NY 10516.


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One thought on “Free Outdoor Films Return to Dockside Park

  1. I really love the CSFS summer outdoor movies! They offer high quality viewing in an amazing location. However, is there any way the Society can consider a no-smoking policy during their movies? Or perhaps an area for smokers to enjoy the film? It feels like every movie we go to we end up sitting next to someone smoking all night. Yuck. I understand everyone is there to enjoy the beautiful outdoor experience.