From a press release:
Friends of Harrison Recreation Center, the U Street Neighborhood Association, and the Meridian Hill Neighborhood Association continue a second season of films on Tuesday, June 28th. Screening fun films the whole family can enjoy, the evening will feature Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, a 2009 action/comedy film set in Washington, DC in which Smithsonian museum artifacts come alive, preceded by a documentary short, The Poodle Trainer, about the life of a Russian poodle trainer and her poodles’ tricks. Both films will include English subtitles.
Admission is free and films will be shown at the field at Harrison Recreation Center on V Street between 13th and 14th Streets, NW. Gates will open at 7 pm. Attendees are encouraged to come early starting at 7 pm to picnic in the park, listen to music spun by local DJs. Families are invited to bring children to play on a moon bounce prior to the films starting at 6:30 pm. As part of the pre-screening festivities for The Poodle Trainer, between 7 – 8:30 pm, sponsor Planet Pet will be distributing FREE dog/cat food and treats to pet owners. Please note that park regulations do not permit pets on the field. Free popcorn will be provided to the first 100 attendees beginning at 7 pm. Showtime will be at sundown, exact time will vary. Local food truck vendors will be on site serving food.
Photo courtesy of U Street Movie Series