Alice comes alive in North Lakes and you can join her
Follow Alice through the looking glass and discover a world of mad hatters, Cheshire cats, queens and time travel devices when Moreton Bay Regional Council hosts a free Movie in the Park on Saturday, February 25 at North Lakes Town Common.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Division 4 Councillor Julie Greer said following local movie in the parks and splash ‘n’ movies across the region, council would now have a special screening at North Lakes of the 2016 fantasy adventure film Alice Through the Looking Glass.
“It all kicks off at 4pm with plenty of pre-movie entertainment and drinks, popcorn and fairy floss up for grabs before the movie screening at 7pm,” Cr Greer said.
“There will also be a sausage sizzle raising funds for local community groups.
Alice Through the Looking Glass is the sequel to the classic tale Alice in Wonderland, which sees Alice return to Underland and embark on a journey through time to saver her friend, the iconic Mad Hatter.
Cr Greer reminded families to bring a picnic blanket and camping chairs to enjoy the film.
“What better way to spend a summer evening than with the family watching a free movie in the park!”
Alice Through the Looking Glass is rated PG.
The North Lakes Movie in the Park is proudly supported by Cr Julie Greer.
For more information on this event and others happening across the Moreton Bay Region visit www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/events or follow council’s Instagram and events Facebook page.