Prospera's Cinema Under the Stars presents The Lego Movie on Friday

Everything is Awesome on Friday night in Langley

Prospera Cinema Under the Stars is back on Friday, Aug. 8 at Willoughby Community Park presenting The Lego Movie, free.

You bring the blankets, they’ll bring the stars.

Prospera’s Cinema Under the Stars is back, so gather the family together and take in a free flick on a gigantic three-storey high screen on Friday, Aug. 8 at Willoughby Community Park, courtesy of Prospera Credit Union.

This summer’s Movie Under the Stars will be the Lego Movie,  in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley.

For the sixth consecutive year, the local B.C. credit union will host a series of movie nights from Metro Vancouver to the Okanagan in support of some amazing charity partners.

All of the movies start at dusk and, as always, the movie is on them. But since this night is about community, they will be taking donations on behalf of BBBS Langley.

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