Summer Evening Movie: Jaws

Join us for a free movie during the summer, from July 18 to August 22, beginning at 6:30 p.m.  There is no charge, and everyone is welcome; however, parents are asked to consider each movie by its own merit when deciding its suitability for their children's viewing. Bring your own snacks, or enjoy a complimentary popcorn and iced tea.

Today's feature film is Jaws, the original classic from 1975.

Following a startling shark attack, Martin Brody, the police chief tries to close the beaches, but the town's mayor fears that the loss of tourist revenue could financially cripple the town, An ichthyologist (a zoologist who studies fish) and an old grizzled ship captain join the police chief in an attempt to capture the shark and prevent further deaths.

Jaws runs for one hour and ten minutes. It is rated 14A primarily for the content of violence and gore; there are also scenes that are extremely frightening. There is some sex/nudity and profanity as well. To see the trailer, click here.

Event Date: 
2018 Aug 8 - 6:30pm - 8:40pm