Residents north of Frisco warn us that The Force is strong in Downtown Celina, Texas.
Join Celina, Texas, for out-of-this-world fun at the 3rd Annual Star Wars Movie Night on the Square on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.
Celina’s event celebrates the upcoming movie release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, scheduled to hit theatres in December.
Activities for the 3rd Annual Star Wars Movie Night on the Square in Celina, Texas, will run from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 21.
This year’s Celina TX Star Wars: Movie Night event promises to be bigger and better with free family friendly favorites such as build your own lightsaber, a Padawan fitness academy, Escape from Scariff obstacle course, and photo opportunities with a movie character. There will also be several chances to win prizes by participating in the costume contest, trivia contest, and cardboard spaceship contest (build it at home and bring for judging). Plus, the event organizers have we added some new activities including Jedi mind tricks and lightsaber training.
Brookshire’s will be there. Free hotdogs for kids 12 and under while the hotdogs last courtesy of Brookshire’s grocery store.
The Celina TX Star Wars Movie Night event will conclude with a showing of last year’s hit Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (PG 13) after sundown.
Celina TX Star Wars Movie Night organizers say bring your folding chairs and blankets for the lawn.
Several Celina-area businesses have already committed to sponsor the event including:
- Prosper Celina Networking Group
- IR Roofs LLC
- Children’s Health
- Independent Bank
- Order 66 Toy Store
Collin County Magazine is donating a page on CollinCountyMagazine.com to promote Celina Main Street.
Sponsorship opportunities are available, and funds raised at Star Wars Movie Night on the Square go toward Celina Main Street projects.
The Celina Main Street program will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary before and during the event.
The mission of the Celina Main Street (972-382-2682, ext. 7002) program is to make downtown Celina a destination while maintaining the historic character by following the principals and guidelines under the Texas Main Street program and the National Center for Historic Perservation.