Movies at the Beach Presented by Friends of the Park (Hermosa Beach)

September 22, 2018

September 22, 2018

16:00 To 20:00

Hermosa Pier, The Strand, Hermosa Beach, CA, USA

Event is free and open to the public.

Event Description

Movies at the Beach is a FREE sunset film series on the sand, presented by Friends of the Parks in partnership with the City of Hermosa Beach. This is the third annual Movies at the Beach series, extending the legacy of our Movies at the Park series, now in its 12th year!

On Saturday, September 22 Movies at the Beach features “ET” (Rated PG)

On the sand, just south of the Hermosa pier.
Event starts at 6, movies start at sundown, approximately 7:30 pm.
Bring a blanket, beach chairs (low back only) —     and lots of friends!
Facepainting and more…
Pizza and popcorn will be available for purchase (while supplies last).
Free admission, but please make a donation to help us continue to make these events possible!
Opportunity drawings for great prizes, like a Hermosa Cyclery Electra Cruiser Lux, a weekend at the Beach House,  Hammitt Handbag and more!

WHEN: September 22


How to Register?

Free admission, but please make a donation to help us continue to make these events possible at

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