MAY 25, 2010
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI OR DAN CRANDALL
216-635-3200, EXT. 3263 OR EXT. 3274
Set sail with "Max" as he discovers an island full of
wild things at Cleveland Metroparks Dive-In Movie with the movie,
"Where The Wild Things Are" on the pool's big
"Where The Wild Things Are" movie on Friday, June 25
8 p.m. is the first of three Dive-In Movies at Ledge Pool &
Recreation Area in Hinckley Reservation.
Visitors can bring something to sit on and enjoy the movie for free
from a spot on the lawn, or view the movie while relaxing in a
rented inner tube in the heated Ledge Pool.
Inner tubes are available to rent at $4 for a single tube and $6
for a double tube. Reservations for the inner tubes begin
June 11. Advance registration to rent the tubes is required,
with a limit of 4 inner tube rentals per family.
Doors open at 8 p.m., with the "Where The Wild Things
Are" movie beginning approximately 8:45 p.m.
"Where The Wild Things Are" - An adaptation of Maurice
Sendak's classic children's story "Where The Wild Things
Are," where Max, a disobedient little boy who is sent to bed
without his supper, creates his own world - a forest inhabited by
ferocious wild creatures that crown Max as their ruler.
Space in the pool is limited, so be sure to reserve an inner
tube. Reserved inner tubes must be picked up by 8:30 p.m.
that evening, or they will be released for rental.
Visitors, 8 and under, must be accompanied by an adult in the pool
at all times. No outside flotation devices are
Refreshments available through the on-site Ledge Rock Caf�
And, mark the calendar now for two more Dive-In Movies - the
halfway to the holidays show, "A Christmas Story," on
Friday, July 16 and an intergalactic monster bash, "Monsters
vs. Aliens" on Friday, August 13.
Ledge Pool & Recreation Area is located at 1151 Ledge Rd.,
between State and Kellogg roads in Hinckley Reservation in
For more information and to reserve an inner tube (beginning June
11), call 330-239-2911.
No wild things in the pool, just on Ledge Pool's big screen at the
first Dive-In Movie - "Where The Wild Things Are" in
Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life, naturally.