Tour de Rock Outdoor Movie Night postponed to Sept. 1

Due to uncertain weather, the outdoor movie originally scheduled for tonight has been postponed to Sunday, Sept. 1.

The Ladysmith Council volunteers & Ladysmith Downtown Business Association have rescheduled the Outdoor Family Movie Night in support of Tour de Rock due to weather.

The outdoor showing of Despicable Me, which was supposed to take place tonight, will be held Sunday, Sept. 1 at dusk at Market Square at the Community Services Complex — home of the Boys and Girls Club and the Ladysmith Resources Centre — at Second Avenue and High Street.

Admission is by donation, and popcorn, hot dogs and refreshments will be available for a donation as well, with all proceeds going towards Tour de Rock.

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