The Lion King screening postponed
A free film screening of The Lion King scheduled for this weekend has been postponed owing to inclement weather.
The City of Hamilton’s Fresh Air Film series in North Hamilton will now screen on November 24 at 4pm.
Dundonald Street, at its junction with Court Street, will be transformed into an open air theatre complete with a movie screen erected in the street and seating area between Court and Princess Streets.
Members of the public are invited to bring their own chairs and wear African-inspired attire.
Movie snacks will be available as well as free face painting and a fun castle. Parking can be found in the Elliott Street Car Park.
Dundonald Street from Court Street to Princess Street will be closed from 10am to 9pm and there will be no street parking on Dundonald Street between Court Street and Parliament Street from 6am to 9pm.
For more information www.cityofhamilton.bm
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