4215 SE 20th Place
Enjoy a fun family night out featuring the movie “Hoot” in honor of Cape Coral’s inaugural “Ground-Owl Day” and as part of our Free Movie in the Park series!
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Jaycee Park (4215 SE 20th Place)
Movie starts at Dusk
5:00pm – Food trucks arrive
5:00pm – Parks & Recreation Fun-Mobile arrives
5:30pm – Activities for the kids, s’mores & more!
6:15pm – Giveaway winners announced
6:30pm – “Hoot” on the big screen!
The City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation department is excited to bring you a FREE “Movie in the Park” on our giant inflatable screen! Enjoy a free family night out under the stars! Bring a blanket and chairs. Movie starts when the sun goes down. Sunset is approximately 6:15pm, but get there early for a good spot, activities, s’mores and giveaways!
Based on the eponymous novel by Carl Hiaasen, “Hoot” is set in a fictitious Florida Gulf Coast town modeled after Cape Coral and its population of burrowing owls. Much of it was filmed in Boca Grande.
The world’s largest population of burrowing owls resides in Cape Coral, Florida, where an estimated 2,000 pairs of birds are protected and preserved by the non-profit Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife group, a volunteer organization dedicated to “preserving and enhancing the habitat of protected wildlife species and educating the community about its natural resources.”
Thank you to our February Movie in the Park partners: Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife, Rotary Park, Red Headed Witches & Achieva Credit Union!
For more information, call (239) 573-3123.