Screen On The Green

In the interest of the safety and wellbeing of WMA’s guests and staff, in-person gatherings like Screen on the Green have been temporarily suspended. Please stay tuned for updates and information about upcoming virtual gatherings.

Screen on the Green returns to Fridays at WMA in 2020 — Presented by Southeast Health

WMA’s free public film series presents films in the museum’s garden on the second Friday of the month in the spring (March, April, May) and fall (September, October, November, December) at 7:30 p.m. Guests are invited to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets to cozy up with a date, make it a family night, or enjoy some well-deserved alone time under the stars.

Moviegoers can purchase snacks and dinner served by local food trucks and vendors, and enjoy FREE popcorn!

WMA’s galleries are open beginning at 6 p.m. so visitors can take in current exhibitions before the movie starts at 7:30 p.m. Admission to the museum and Screen on the Green is always free.

In case of inclement weather, movies will be shown in WMA’s Great Hall.

2020 SCREEN ON THE GREEN SCHEDULE: 

March 13The Princess and the Frog (2009, G)

SPECIAL STATEMENT ON MARCH 13th’s Screen on the Green presentation:

WMA is committed to the well-being of our community, and in an abundance of caution, the upcoming March 13, Friday event for Screen on the Green has been cancelled.

Our annual program sponsor, Southeast Health, encourages our community to practice healthy habits to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. We are grateful for their continuing support, and look forward to offering the other planned film screenings throughout the year.

April 10A League of Their Own (1992, PG) CANCELLED

May 8  – Hairspray (1988, PGCANCELLED

September 11 Big Fish (2003, PG-13)

October 9 Labyrinth (1986, PG)

November 13 – Coco (2017, PG)

December 11 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001, PG)

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Date

Sep 11 2020

Time

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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