Teen Council continuing summer movies at stadium

By NEAL WAGNER / Managing Editor

ALABASTER – Local teens will have a chance to spend time with friends while catching outdoor movies this summer, as the Alabaster Teen Council is continuing its Teen Tuesday events over the next several weeks.

Throughout the summer, the Teen Council, which is composed of local teens who work closely with Alabaster Mayor Marty Handlon to organize youth-oriented offerings in the city, will hold the movie nights at Larry Simmons Stadium off Thompson Road.

The first movie night, which featured “Jumanji” was on June 12, but there are still several more movies planned throughout the summer. The movies will be projected onto the city’s large inflatable screen to make it easy for all in attendance to view them.

The following movies will be shown this summer:

 

-June 26: “Black Panther”

-July 12: “Beauty and the Beast”

-July 24: “Scream”

-July 31: “Split”

 

All movies will begin at 8 p.m. each night, and attendance is free. Concessions will be available at the stadium for $1 apiece.

For more information about upcoming Teen Council offerings, visit Facebook.com/AlabasterTeen.