DETAILS: Free summer family movie series at CMX in Wellington


Looking for a fun, free summer activity that doesn’t involve being outside in the blazing Florida heat? CMX Cinemas Wellington, 10312 Forest Hill Blvd., is having a free Kids Summer Movie Escape series that kicks off this week.

Two movies begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday to Thursday, with doors opening at 9:30 a.m. each day. Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase and yes, admission is free.

WELLINGTON READERS: Sign up for The Post’s weekly newsletter for Wellington news

Ticketing is same-day only at the theater’s box office and seating is first-come, first-served. Large groups are welcome and should email ryan.carson@cmxcinemas.com.

For more information, call 561-209-1482 or go to www.cmxcinemas.com.

Schedule

Movies are subject to change.

June 14: “Kung Fu Panda 3” (PG), “Angry Birds” (PG)

June 19-21: “Alvin: Road Chip” (PG), “Lego Batman Movie” (PG)

June 26-28: “Sing” (PG), “The Secret Life of Pets” (PG)

July 3-5: “Storks” (PG), “The Lorax Movie” (PG)

July 10-12: “The Peanuts Movie” (G), “Trolls” (PG)

July 17-19: “Despicable Me 3” (PG), “Ferdinand” (PG)

July 24-26: “Emoji Movie” (PG), “Boss Baby” (PG)

July 31-Aug. 2: “Lego Ninjago Movie” (PG), “Captain Underpants First Epic Movie” (PG)



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Local

Here’s why Lake Worth is changing water chlorination process Saturday
Here’s why Lake Worth is changing water chlorination process Saturday

Starting Saturday, Lake Worth’s Water Treatment Plantwill change its water chlorination process for two weeks to maintain high water quality. The city will use a free chlorine residual water treatment method to provide a stronger, faster acting disinfection process than the combined chlorine of Chrlormaines treatment...
Vandals slash Christmas decorations put up for Ohio boy with inoperable cancer
Vandals slash Christmas decorations put up for Ohio boy with inoperable cancer

An Ohio community put up Christmas decorations for a 2-year-old boy suffering from inoperable brain cancer because he probably won’t live to see the holidays. >> Read more trending news  But vandals have been slashing some of the decorations, and the residents of Colerain Township are not happy about it, WLWT reported. "They're...
Boynton cop loves job, but her side business is frosting on the cake
Boynton cop loves job, but her side business is frosting on the cake

What started as a hobby turned into a fun side business for Boynton Beach police officer Jivanet Rivera. After getting home from a 10-hour shift, Rivera, 28, said she would de-stress by baking and decorating cakes. “Being able to bake allows me to calm down, ease my mind and to be creative,” she said. “In this job, you have a...
She's the mayor, a great-grandma, and now a gator hunter
She's the mayor, a great-grandma, and now a gator hunter

When it comes to public safety, don’t mess with Nana. Especially when she is the mayor. >> Read more trending news  Judy B. Cochran, a gun-totin’ grandma who recently was elected mayor of Livingston, Texas, killed a 12-foot, 580-pound alligator Monday with one shot at her ranch along the Trinity River in nearby Goodrich, ...
More Stories