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Starlight to screen Despicable Me 2 at Gladstone launch

FAMILY NIGHT: CQ Starlight Cinema will launch its program with Despicable Me 2 on Saturday night.
FAMILY NIGHT: CQ Starlight Cinema will launch its program with Despicable Me 2 on Saturday night. CONTRIBUTED

A FREE screening of Despicable Me 2 will help launch the first CQ Starlight Cinema this weekend.

The family event will be held at Blain Park (Junior Brothers Rugby League Ground - follow the signs off Callemondah Dr) on Saturday, with gates opening at 6pm and the movie from 7pm.

There will be a jumping castle and food and drinks available.

The bar will be open, and people are welcome to bring their own chairs and blankets.

In the event of bad weather, please check the CQ Starlight Cinema Facebook page for event updates.

A gold coin donation to the JBRL Club would be appreciated.

Topics:  brothers rugby league club, gladstone event, movie, outdoor cinema, whatson




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