It's one of my favorite things in the summer. The summer movie clubhouse at Cinemark!

What is the Summer Movie Clubhouse?

So this was something I did as a kid back in the day. My mom dropped me off at the movie theater for these discounted movies. Every Wednesday throughout the summer, Cinemark shows a kids movie for $1.50. Plus concessions are discounted, so if you wanted to get out of the house for a day at the theater this summer. Take advantage of it. The movies will happen every Wednesday at 9:30 AM. Here's the full schedule for the summer.

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Minions: The Rise of Gru on June 21st

Sonic the Hedgehog on June 28th

Mummies on July 5th

The Bad Guys on July 12th

Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank on July 19th

DC League of Super Pets on July 26th

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile on August 2nd

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish on August 9th

I know families are always looking for things to do over the summer with the kiddos, so if you want to get out of the house on a Wednesday morning, go check them out. The cool thing is, you can do one or all of them. All info taken from Cinemark website.

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