Movies in the Park this week presents Edward Scissorhands on a 3-story film screen. The PG-13 film was originally released in 1990 and runs for 105 minutes. Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. will show the movie in English with Spanish subtitles for the Spanish-speaking community in metro GR. The event is free and open to the public.


Friday August 5, 2016. See DGRI's Facebook event page for the detailed schedule of activities for the detailed schedule of activities.

7 PM - Free movie-themed activities begin. Highlights include:

Dusk - Edward Scissorhands begins.


Ah-Nab-Awen Park, on the west bank of the Grand River, adjacent to Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Downtown Grand Rapids.

If you choose to drive, plan ahead for parking to avoid wasting time looking for a space.

If you choose to bike, the Greater Grand Rapids Bicycle Coalition manages free parking in the park.

Movie Night Tips

To help movie goers enjoy the night out under the stars, here are a few quick tips:

  • The park fills up fast, so get there early for the best spots.
  • Costumes are encouraged.
  • Nothing beats an ice cold one on a warm summer night. If you’d like to partake, be sure to bring your own drinks and picture ID.
  • While packing up, you might as well make it a picnic in the park. If you choose not to bring food, vendors will have snacks for purchase.
  • You’ll be outside for a few hours, so get comfy. We suggest bringing a blanket or chairs to sit on. Blankets up front. Chairs in the back.
  • Those under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • You may love your ringtone, but that doesn’t mean everyone else does. Please silence your phones.
  • If you need to talk during the movie, please keep your voices low.
  • In the event of rain, we’ll have to cancel the show. Follow Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. on Facebook to stay up-to-date.

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