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Special Movie Event Saturday

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The Parmly Billings and MSU-Billings Libraries will host a special movie event Saturday night.

"Take Me Out to the Ball Game: A Movie Night" will take place at Peaks to Plains Park beginning at 5PM. There will be baseball-themed activities and games, and trivia for adults with chances to win a $100 Redbox gift card, and a Blu-Ray DVD combo pack of the movie "42".

"Just come hang out. The library isn't just about books. It can be about having fun, playing baseball, playing games, that sort of thing," said Librarian Amy Davis.

The movie "42" will start around 7:15 PM. Ballpark food, like popcorn, nachos and pretzels, as well as soft drinks will be available to purchase before the movie. The movie will be shown at Petro Theatre if there's bad weather. Admission is free.

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