Kids will be out of school soon. Give them something to do for a few hours every week by taking them to see a movie. Several cinemas across the Ark-La-Tex host a Summer Movie Series. For a very small price (one theater offers free screenings), kids can watch some of the funniest films from the past few years in a cool environment. Don’t forget to send some money along with them. The concession stands will be open for popcorn, candy, drinks and more!
The cost to attend is only $1 per person. Attendees can also purchase a punch card for the ten-week series. You can also see all 10 for $5. The series begins May 27 and runs through September 8, 2019. Films include 10 different movies: “Despicable Me 3,” “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch,” “The Lego Movie” and many more. Each film will be shown on three days at 10:00 am.
Location – Cinemark Tinseltown and XD – Shreveport – Google Map
Cinemark Texarkana 14 – Texarkana, TX – Google Map
Cinemark Tinseltown 17 – West Monroe, LA – Google Map
Details, like prices, are not known right now but several kids animated movies will be shown on Tuesday and Wednesdays starting on May 28, 2019. Films in the lineup right now include “Turbo,” “Shrek,” and “Kung Fu Panda.”
Location – Regal Bossier Corners Cinema – Bossier City – Google Map
Every Tuesday and Wednesday starting June 4 and ending on July 17, great children’s movies will be shown. Admission is $2. Some of the films include “Charlotte’s Web,” “The Rugrats Movie” and “Race for Your Life Charlie Brown.”
Location – Parkway Cinema, Natchitoches, LA – Google Map
It kicks off in early June. We’ll update as more info becomes available. In 2018, everyone could go for free.
Location – Stars Cinema 6 – El Dorado, AR – Google Map
For $4, kids will enjoy a fun movie and munch on a Kidspack. Screenings are every Wednesday starting on June 12 in the morning. Some of the films include “Wonder Park,” “Lego Movie 2” and “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.”
Location – AMC Classic Nacogdoches 6 – Nacogdoches, TX – Google Map
Check back to this list once in a while to see if more movie theaters offer more children’s movie options this summer.
Related Topic: A fun summer trip would be to check out the Louisiana Film Trail.