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October 30, 2012

Northland’s ‘Movie Night’ back at Fullerton-Garrity

Saturday will feature ‘Madagascar 3’

Corsicana —

Movie Night on the Green is coming back to Fullerton-Garrity.

Northland Communications is very excited to host an exclusive, family-friendly Movie Night at Fullerton-Garrity’s amphitheatre on Saturday, featuring the popular new release, “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.”

Northland invites Corsicana’s friends and family to an outdoor Movie Night on the Green with free popcorn, free refreshments, Northland giveaways and Madagascar 3. The fun begins at 6:30 p.m., and showtime starts at dusk. Northland recommends arriving prepared with a blanket, lawn chair and an optional canned food item for our local food drive.

Admission if free.

Northland’s Movie Night on the Green would not be possible without the following local sponsors: Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana Children’s Dental Group, Dr. Pepper, RE/MAX of Corsicana, Corsicana Parks and Recreation, Gibson Home Center and Navarro College.

It is the second Movie Night on the Green of the year, as Northland brought “Dolphin Tale” to the park in June.

Northland has been the local communications provider in Corsicana for over 25 years. The company continues to expand its services and develop new and innovative products to enhance the overall communication and entertainment experience. Northland currently provides digital and High Definition television, high-speed Internet and home phone services to the Corsicana community.

Call Northland Communications at (903) 872-3131 for further event details and/or questions about the products and services Northland provides.

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Movie Night on the Green

When: Saturday, Nov. 3., 6:30 p.m. (movie starts at dusk)

Where: Fullerton-Garrity Park, 3201 McKnight Lane

Who: The public is invited

Tickets: Free, along with free popcorn and drinks

Donations: Canned goods will be accepted

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