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This year Movies in the Park continues its tradition of screening family-friendly movies—for free!—in Nathaniel Davis Park in the Historic Northwest District of Brunswick, Maine. We’re ever-so-grateful to MITP’s new coordinators, Kathleen and Whitney, who present this year’s line-up, and the many generous sponsors they’ve teamed up with to make this series available to everyone in our community!

See the flyer below for the movies to be shown this summer, and visit and like Movies in the Park Brunswick on Facebook to keep in the loop!

Movies in the Park 2017


Northwest Brunswick neighbors: We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday evening, October 25, for neighborhood news and Marybeth’s legendary homemade (!) pie at our Apple Pie Night & Annual Meeting!

In addition to hearing from District 6 candidates and Amy McLellan, who will show & tell about her project in the former Skolfield House, meet new-to-you neighbors, catch up with long-known ones, and vote on potential new NWBNA board members. Please come!


The last feature of Movies in the Park 2016 is Thursday, August 18! We’ll be showing Zootopia. Please join us—the more, the merrier!

Sunset is around 7:30 pm and the film will begin as soon as it is “dusky” enough to see the screen. Come early—picnicking is encouraged, Tess’ Market is open (pizza, sandwiches, etc.), and concessions (popcorn, candy, drinks) will be available for sale in Davis Park.

Movies in the Park 2016

Arts and Architecture 2016

Come one, come all!

RSVPs welcome but not required:


This Thursday, August 20, is the final Movie in the Park for summer 2015:
Big Hero 6!

Come at sunset (around 7:30 pm) to choose a grassy spot and settle in—better yet, pack up a picnic and come early to enjoy the charms of our neighborhood’s Nathaniel Davis Park (entrance by Tess’ Market)! Concessions for sale include a variety of sodas, popcorn, and other snacks.

As always, the movie is free and open to all—we hope to see you and your family there!

Donations are not required, but are welcome to help keep this Northwest Brunswick summer tradition free!

2015 movies in the park poster