Tonight! Family Movie Night at Rafferty Stadium

Tonight! Family Movie Night at Rafferty Stadium

Family Movie Night at Rafferty Stadium

All Are Welcome: Free and Open to the Public!

The second annual Fairfield University Family Movie Night is tonight: Friday, July 20 on campus at Rafferty Stadium. This year's movie will be The Boss Baby (rated PG). The Rafferty Stadium gates will open at 7 p.m. and the movie will begin at dusk (approximately 8 p.m.). The event is free to all members of the local community.
 
Food and drinks will be available for purchase on the concourse throughout the evening, including ice cream and candy from Saugatuck Sweets. Seating is available on the Conway Field turf as well as in the stands. Fans may bring blankets and chairs for extra comfort and convenience. Pop-up tents are not permitted.

Lucas the Stag will be on hand, to take photos from the time the gates open at 7 p.m. until showtime.

In addition, registration for the 2018-19 Lil' Stags Club is now open. Parents can register their Lil' Stags online now or sign up on the concourse at Family Movie Night (cash or charge only). The Lil' Stags Club is open to all fans entering eighth grade and younger in the fall of 2018.
 
Free parking is available in the Kelley Center Parking Garage as well as the gravel lot located between Loyola Hall and Lessing Field. Handicapped parking is available in all lots for those with proper permits on a first come, first served basis. Those in need of additional assistance are encouraged to contact Fairfield University Public Safety at 203-254-4090 to ensure that proper accommodations are met.
 
Please note that alcohol is not permitted inside Rafferty Stadium, and Fairfield University is a tobacco-free campus.
 
Questions may be directed to Sarah Ratchford, Director of Marketing and Fan Experience, at sratchford@fairfield.edu or 203-254-4000 ext. 2265.

Family Movie Night featuring The Boss Baby

Date: Friday, July 20
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium

Additional Details:

Free and open to the public. Gates at 7 PM, showtime at dusk.

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Last modified: 08-02-18 10:10 AM

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