Ahoy, Huntington: ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Film Coming to Coindre Hall

A free showing of “Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl” is coming to Coindre Hall on Aug. 4.

The office of Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced Friday that the showing is the second of three family-friendly films scheduled at county parks this summer; the other two are Encanto – July 21 at Gardiner County Park, and Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark– Aug.18 at Indian Island County Park.

They are part of the County’s Parks After Dark Series.

While the shows are free, residents are encouraged to sign up by visiting www.suffolkcountyny.gov/movienight

The free movie series is in partnership with the Suffolk County Alliance of Chambers and builds on previous movie night initiatives including the Community Movie Night series and the County’s Summer Drive-in Movie Series at Smith Point County Park.

“What better way to spend time with family and friends than enjoying a movie under the stars at one of our County parks,” said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. “The County’s Parks After Dark Series kicks off next month and will showcase iconic films that residents of all ages will enjoy.”

Robert Fonti, Co-Chair, Suffolk County Alliance of Chambers said: “The Suffolk County Alliance of Chambers is happy to partner with County Executive Steve Bellone in sponsoring these exciting ‘Movies After Dark’ in three of Suffolk County’s beautiful and illustrious parks.  These blockbuster movies will provide fun and an evening under the stars for all families in Suffolk.  Looking forward to seeing you at the movies.”

 The movies begin at sunset. Residents should bring their own food and beverage as well as blankets, and chairs.

Summer Movie Lineup Approved

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