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Movies in the Park this Friday -Back to the Future – free and open to all ages

 

Slidin’ Thru Presents Movies In The Park featuring
Back To the Future at Centennial Hills Park

WHO:
Ward 6 Councilman Steven D. Ross and Slidin’ Thru will bring the community the next installment of Movies In The Park. Food vendors including Slidin’ Thru, Snow Ono and Grouchy Johns will be in attendance.

WHAT:
Movies In The Park began in October as a way to give Slidin’ Thru fans another chance to get outside on the weekend and enjoy free entertainment and fabulous food trucks.

This month partners with Ward 6 Councilman Steven D. Ross for Movies In The Park, which includes the screening of family-friendly, PG-rated Back to the Future, children’s activities and of course, a great time. The event is free to attend and the food and activities are specially priced.

Non-perishable food donations will also be accepted at the event for Three Square Food Bank, the nonprofit organization that offers food and nutrition services to children and seniors.

“I invite families to join me for a movie under the stars with our neighbors,” Councilman Ross said. “Bring blankets, a picnic basket and a food donation for those less fortunate, and enjoy an evening of fun and fellowship.”

WHEN:
Friday, Nov. 18, 2011
6 p.m. – event begins
6:30 p.m. – movie

WHERE:
Centennial Hills Park
7101 N. Buffalo Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89131

COST:
Movies In The Park is FREE and open to all ages. Food trucks are specially priced.
Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and low back chairs to enjoy the movie.

About Slidin’ Thru – (To be read in an awesomely dramatic movie narrator voice)
Slidin’ Thru was created by one man with an idea, a dream and an appetite for something different in the Las Vegas community – The Future of Fast Food™. Slidin’ Thru was officially founded on March 13, 2010 by Ricardo Guerrero (Ric) to show hungry citizens of Las Vegas that mini burgs can have a fun and powerful taste. After attending culinary school, Guerrero quickly realized he would rather find a way to not only cook, but watch as people savored the food he was preparing and thus the Slidin’ Thru slider truck was born. As the brand expanded, Slidin’ Thru began releasing swag that fans can’t get enough of, including limited edition shirt designs and more. This November, Slidin’ Thru opens its first official “Drive Thru” restaurant location on Durango and Centennial Parkway with a second restaurant set to open in early 2012. The Slidin’ Thru team also runs the popular Vegas StrEATs event in Downtown Las Vegas, as well as Movies In The Park. For more information, visit www.slidinthru.com.

About Movies In The Park
The first “Movies In The Park” was held in October 2011 as a way to give Slidin’ Thru fans another chance to get outside on the weekend and enjoy the fabulous food trucks all in one location. Slidin’ Thru partners with the city of Las Vegas for the event, which includes a special themed movie of the night, food trucks, children’s activities, art and of course, a great time. The event is free to attend and the food and activities are specially priced.

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