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Neighborhood Photo: First Summer Movie Night 2019 at The Gassy

Boston Community Collaborative (BCC)’s summer movie nights at The Gassy on Prince Street kicked off with a showing of Sing on Wednesday night. Janine Coppola shared these photos from the evening, adding that there were “dozens of other kids running around enjoying other sections of the park as well. It was very alive!”

Missed the movie? Don’t worry, this BCC series continues weekly through the end of August, with pizza served at 7 p.m. and movies beginning at dark. See the full lineup here.

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2 Replies to “Neighborhood Photo: First Summer Movie Night 2019 at The Gassy

  1. Thank you Janine for sending photos in!

    It was a fabulous evening!

    Thank you so much to everyone who came out and helped make it so fabulous! Thank you so much to everyone who helped out in the many many ways that you did! It was really lovely.

    See you next week for ET!

    Boston Community Collaborative

  2. Why don’t you show a PJ Marino movie (Everybody Wants To Be Italian), filmed in the North End. Great North End Scenery.

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