You may not know any movie stars, but that doesn't mean you can't sit down with some stars and take in a good movie.
"It's catching on," said Bob Mitchell, director of Parks and Recreation for Taneytown. "This is the third year, and the crowds are getting better and better. Last month we had over 100 people."
Pack a picnic, grab a blanket or a lawn chair, your family, and friends, and come down to Taneytown Memorial Park, located at 56 Memorial Drive, Taneytown and watch a movie under the stars.
The City of Taneytown Parks and Recreation is sponsoring the showing of "Hugo," Academy Award Winner, Martin Scorsese's film about an orphaned boy living in a 1930's Parisian train station.
The film will begin at dusk on Saturday. There is no admission charge.
"With the economy the way that it is and the cost to take a family out to a movie, it can get really expensive. Anything we can offer free of charge is definitely something good for the community," said Mitchell.
Movie time snacks and refreshments will be available for sale.
On Saturday, Aug. 18, come back for "Captain America," the story of the origins of the comic book super hero.
For more information contact Bob Mitchell at 410-751-1100.