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Park Cinema – March screenings

27 Feb 2019

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The final two Park Cinema movie screenings have been announced for March.

Showing in Buluk Park on March 2 will be The Never Ending Story and on March 9, as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) Pick of the Litter.

Victoria Harbour has partnered with MIFF to bring Pick of the Litter to the free Park Cinema screen.

It’s a story that’s as educational as it is heart-warming, following five puppies from the moment they’re born, through to their various foster families and their pairing with hopeful new owners.

Park Cinema is a BYO alcohol and food event. There will be a designated food delivery pick-up point for Uber Eats and Deliveroo and snacks will be available from nearby Victoria Harbour retailers.

To take the Park Cinema picnic to new, delicious heights, this year guests can pre-order local retailer Saluministi’s Antipasto Box ($30), which includes stone baked ciabatta, mortadella, cacciatore salami, provolone, buffalo mozzarella and more.

Local bespoke chocolatier Kep Whitley will also be open with house-made ice-cream pops for $5. 

Gates will open at 7pm and screening will commence at about 8.30pm. As there is no reserved seating, it’s suggested that guests arrive early to secure a spot.

Tickets are free but are strictly limited. Book early to avoid missing out via Eventbrite:  http://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/park-cinema-presented-by-victoria-harbour-10829439120

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