From free movies to a canine festival, Pierce County Parks has something for everyone this July – The Suburban Times

Pierce County Announcement.

During the month of July, Pierce County Parks offers events and activities for all ages, as well as dog-friendly options!

Come fly a kite at Chambers Creek Regional Park

Come Fly a Kite Days returns to Central Meadow from Chamber Creek Regional Park to University Place on Saturday, July 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. All ages and abilities are welcome to participate in this free community event.

You don’t have a kite? Pre-purchase and register online for a $4 kite kit and build it yourself at the park!

For more information, visit the Come Fly a Kite Days website.

Free outdoor movies on Friday nights in July

Pierce County Parks presents Movies in the Park, which takes place Friday nights in July at Meridian Habitat Park in Puyallup.

This free community event features movies for the whole family starting at dusk. Come early for pre-show activities and games, starting at 7 p.m. Here is the film schedule for 2022:

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Friday, July 15: “Clifford the Big Red Dog” (PG)
Friday July 22: “Luca” (PG)
Friday, July 29: “Sing 2” (PG)

Cinema-style concessions will be available for purchase. Participants are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets and their own food. For more information, visit the Movies in the Park website.

New one-day canine festival: Bark by the Bay

The dog-friendly Bark by the Bay event will take place Saturday, July 23 at Chambers Creek Regional Park at University Place.

This new one-day canine festival features vendors, animal adoption opportunities, demonstrations, dog-friendly activities, exclusive giveaways, and food trucks for dogs and their loved ones.

The free community event is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dogs must always be kept on a leash and accompanied by their owners. For more information, visit the Bark by the Bay website.

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