Update: Free Family Movie at Ursinus Relocated
COLLEGEVILLE PA – “Trolls World Tour,” a free-to-the-public outdoor movie scheduled to be screened Friday (tonight, Aug. 6, 2021) beginning at dusk (sometime between 8 and 8:30 p.m.) at Ursinus College has been re-located to the lawn adjacent to the college Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, according to movie co-sponsor the Collegeville Community Development Corp.
A seating area for the movie audience originally was planned on the lawn outside the college’s Berman Art Museum, but “some major work” is being done there, the organization reported. That “does not make it suitable for a movie night,” it added, so the venue was changed to the performing arts area on the campus.
Access to the new area still opens at 7 p.m. All parking will be available in the 9th Avenue Lot, and restrooms are conveniently located in the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center.
Read The Post’s earlier story on the event, here:
Ursinus, Collegeville Present Free Family Movie
COLLEGEVILLE PA – “Trolls World Tour,” the second of two free family movies presented to the public by Ursinus College and the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation, is scheduled for screening Aug. 6 (2021; Friday) beginning at dusk on the lawn outside the college’s Berman Museum, 601 E. Main St. (at top). Guests will be welcomed beginning at 7 p.m.
Those attending are urged to bring chairs and blankets for comfortable seating. Music will be available before the show, and the museum’s indoor exhibitions and outdoor installations will be open for viewing. The college Schellhase Commons’ Barnes and Noble bookstore, and its Cafe 2020 featuring Starbucks coffee, will be open until 8:30 p.m.
Visitor parking is available off of Fifth Avenue.
Image of Berman Museum supplied by Ursinus College