ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The City of Allentown is starting off its Movie in the Park series with one of Disney's most popular movies.
The first in 2014 will be "Frozen,' set to be shown on Friday, May 16 at the Arts Park on Fifth Street at Court Street.
The show starts at dusk and is free.
"Frozen" is rated PG and runs 108 minutes.
The rain date is Friday, May 23.
In case of inclement weather, you can call the Allentown Recreation inclement weather hotline at 610-437-7750 or go to the City of Allentown's Parks and Recreation Facebook page for postponement information.
Other movies for the 2014 Movie in the Park season:
"The Rookie" on Friday, June 20 at Percy Ruhe Park
"Despicable Me 2" on Friday, July 11 at Roosevelt Park
"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" on Friday, August 1 at Jordan Park
"Gravity" on Saturday, August 16 at West Park (Picnic and a movie)
"Space Jam" on Friday, October 17 at the East Side Youth Center, 1140 E Clair St.
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