Monday, September 4, 2017

"Picnic blanket" movie night 6 pm, Saturday, Sept. 9, at Heritage Museum of Orange County

ABOVE: It's the Yogores vs. the Desert Carps in the award-winning "Day of Independence".  Our FREE outdoor, “picnic blanket” movie night is 6 pm, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, on the lawn at 12-acre Heritage Museum of Orange County.  This is a casual family event.

Come for a baseball theme, double-header movie night, beginning with award-winning short film "DAY OF INDEPENDENCE". Meet the stars under the stars: we'll be joined by Academy Award winner Chris Tashima and star of television and film Derek Mio (a Huntington Beach High School and Ocean View Little League alumnus!).  A perfect film for Hometown Teams: a story about how baseball can be more than a game.

This is followed by "THE SANDLOT", a true cult classic and coming-of-age movie for baseball fans. Who remembers the line, "You're killin' me, Smalls!"?

3101 W Harvard St, Santa Ana, CA 92704 
About 15 minutes east of Historic Wintersburg, off Warner Avenue and South Fairview.   
Movie night is on the lawn of the 12-acre Heritage Museum, near the Maag farmhouse. We'll have movie concessions in the garden's gazebo.

More details about our movie night and our exhibit with the Smithsonian Institution's "Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America" at

JOIN US for a late summer outdoor movie night in a beautiful garden and meet the stars under the stars!  Don't forget to bring your picnic blanket and wear your favorite team jersey! We'll have some surprise door prizes for all ages, courtesy of Cedar Grove Productions!

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