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Smales Farm Outdoor Movies

13 Mar 2021

When

Saturday 13 March 2021, 3.00pm - Saturday 13 March 2021, 7.30pm


Event starts 3pm, movie starts 5pm:

  • Farmageddon: A Shaun the Sheep Movie – Saturday 27 February
  • Frozen 2 – Saturday 6 March CANCELLED
  • Sonic the Hedgehog – Saturday 13 March

 

Where

Smales Farm, 74 Taharoto Road, Takapuna, Auckland

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Cost
Free
Website

smalesfarm.co.nz/event/farmageddon-a-shaun-the-sheep-movie-outdoor-movie

smalesfarm.co.nz/event/frozen-2-outdoor-movie

smalesfarm.co.nz/event/sonic-the-hedgehog

Smales Farm’s Outdoor Movies are back for summer so round up the kids and bring them down to enjoy some of their favourite films on the big screen.

This season’s movie line-up includes Farmageddon: A Shaun the Sheep Movie, Frozen 2 and Sonic the Hedgehog.

Enjoy free games and activities on The Meadow from 3pm onwards, with movies starting at 5pm.

Grab a bite to eat from the delicious eateries at Goodside, or from Subway or Kai Eatery in the Q4 building. There will also be a few food options on the grass for convenient mid-movie snack runs.

These events can be hot and sunny so we recommend bringing hats and sunscreen. You can BYO small umbrellas and small sun shelters, but no big gazebos as they will block other people’s views!

Make the most of free parking throughout Smales Farm and easy access to E-Scooters and the Smales Farm Bus Station.

Movies are rated PG, some scenes may scare very young children.

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