East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 01, 2019, Page 11, Image 11

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    August 2019 - EASTERN OREGON PARENT - 11
August . . . . . Neighborhood Happenings
Movies in the Park
wrap up this month
M-F hosts second
annual Block Party
ies in the Park will finish up for
the summer with free family films
on Fridays, the first two weeks of
August. In Hermiston’s
McKenzie Park, you can
watch “Aquaman” on
Aug. 2 or “Small Foot”
on Aug. 9. At Commu-
nity Park in Pendleton,
“Jurassic World: Fallen
Kingdom” runs on Aug. 2
and “Free Willy” on Aug.
9. Movies start at dusk
(around 8:30). Bring a
blanket or lawn chair and
snacks, or pick up some
popcorn and candy at
the concession stand.
Broadway Block Party was such
a hit last year that the Milton-
Freewater Downtown Association
has brought it back this summer.
On Saturday, Aug. 10, from 1 to 8
p.m., bring the family down to East
Broadway Avenue for kid games,
bouncy houses and slides, face
painting, a dunk tank, and contests
in corn eating, hula hooping, and
chalk art. Adults can enjoy the live
music and beer garden. There is
also a 5K fun walk/run planned. To
learn more, call 541-938-5575.
Hat Rock Moonlight
Paddle coming soon
HERMISTON — Sign up by Aug. 30
for the end-of-summer Harvest
Moonlight Paddle at Hat Rock
State Park. Starting at at 6 p.m. on
Friday, Sept. 6, teens 14 and up
can join their parents for a special
night paddling around the shores
of the Columbia. If you don’t have
a kayak you can rent one for $10.
There will be a full moon, but bring
a headlamp to help light the way.
Cost: $25 or $30 for non-Hermiston
residents. Sponsored by Hermiston
Parks & Rec. For details or to regis-
ter, call 541-667-5018.
Email your local events to editor@eoparent.com.
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