Don’t miss Movie in the Park Morayfield East this weekend. Here’s all the details + what’s screening.
Get ready to embark on a nostalgic journey down memory lane as the beloved Mario Bros come to life in a delightful outdoor setting.
On Saturday, October 14, from 5-8pm, Morayfield East State School will host a fun-filled Movie in the Park event that will transport you to the Mushroom Kingdom.
With free face painting, food trucks, and a free screening of the Mario Bros movie, this family-friendly event will be an evening to remember.
Fans of all ages will have the opportunity to relive the adventures of Mario and Princess Peach, as they travel through Mushroom Kingdom to find Mario’s brother Luigi and save the world from ruthless fire-breathing Bowser.
Round up your family and friends, bring along your blankets and chairs and immerse yourself in the magical world of Mario Bros.
Closed captions will feature on the screen during the film.
Treats to enjoy
A fantastic selection of food trucks will be onsite, offering an array of mouthwatering delights to satisfy every craving.
The Ausbuild community barbecue will also be in action, raising money for Morayfield East State School.
Popcorn and fairy floss will be on sale before and during the movie.
The event is free to attend and open to all ages.
Movie in the Park Morayfield East is proudly presented by Moreton Bay City Council and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism.
Find out more here.
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