The T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library partnered with the City of Diboll to make this upcoming 'Movies in the Park' event more fun for everyone.

Traditional Polynesian dancers will do a free hula performance at the Lottie and Arthur Temple Civic Center at 5 pm. The library also posted reminders, that admission to the movie is ABSOLUTELY FREE, and that you are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs, and bleacher seating will be limited.

They'll be showing 'Moana' on the big outdoor screen, so come out and watch it before Disney removes the movie from Netflix.

The library will be selling concessions at the park, so bring some snacks or cash, because you'll most likely need one or the other.

This all kicks off Saturday, August 12th at 5 PM. The movie will begin as soon as the sun goes down and the traditional fire dance is performed. (Moana screening exclusive)

Selfie Stations will be set up around the park so you can take that perfect family picture to remember your end of summer family fun.

Then it’s time for the finale featuring fire dancers right before they show Moana in the park. There is limited bleacher seating at the park, so bring your lawn chairs and blankets. There will also be low cost concessions and all proceeds will benefit family events in Diboll.  The movie will start at 8:20pm, or dark. For more information call Loretta at 829-4888 or Justin at 829-5497



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