If you're looking for some free family fun, this Thursday, August 19th, the Quad Cities River Bandits will be playing the movie The Sandlot on their new HD video board. Did we mention that the movie showing is free?

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We've been hearing a lot of the movie The Field of Dreams lately with the recent Major League Baseball game being played in Dyersville last week. But another classic baseball movie is The Sandlot. If you haven't seen the movie in a long time and don't want to try and buy it or search forever on a streaming platform, the Quad Cities River Bandits in partnership with Alternating Currents is showing the movie at Modern Woodmen Park.

The showing of The Sandlot will happen at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 19. Gates for the movie will open up at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free for everyone. All seats are general admission, aka first come first serve. The weather on Thursday evening is supposed to be perfect. By the time the movie starts, the sun should be about 25 minutes away from setting, 85°, and a couple of clouds in the sky.

While it is free to get into Modern Woodmen Park to watch The Sandlot for free, the Quad Cities River Bandits say that there is no outside food or beverage allowed. Concessions will be available in case you want something to eat and drink while watching The Sandlot.

For more movie nights and events at Modern Woodmen Park, follow the Quad Cities River Bandits or Modern Woodmen Park.

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