Tapestry Park to have Monthly Outdoor Monthly Movie Nights

by June 11, 2008 • 3 comments

Bring your lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets and get ready for the inaugural Tapestry Park Cinema. Tapestry Park will host a free movie night once a month beginning on Friday, June 27th. Each month, a well known film will be shown on a giant 16-foot screen in Savannah Park. Tapestry Park Cinema will also be offering a cash-only concession stand.

“The films we have chosen for this first series are certainly geared towards the entire family and there isn’t a more perfect setting to experience a movie than outdoors, under the stars,” said Mark Tanney, the developer of Tapestry Park. “We’re thrilled to offer these events not only for our homeowners, but for the community at large, including all of our guests visiting from out of town.”

Each of the screenings will begin at sundown, around 8:00 p.m.; however, guests are encouraged to arrive early to secure their spot on the lawn. Tapestry Park Cinema will run on Fridays, June 27th, July 25th, August 29th and September 26th. For a complete listing of films, please call Tapestry Park at 850.234.3339.

Tapestry Park is located on Clara Avenue, between Hutchinson Boulevard and Hwy 98, in the heart of Panama City Beach. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Savannah Park at 410 Savannah Parkway.

Born out of the search for the ideal family neighborhood, Tapestry Park introduces a new approach to the planned community in Panama City Beach, Florida – where owners control the design of their home. Open parks, wide sidewalks, and neighborhood friendliness draw people fro all walks of life, and diverse architecture sustains a feeling of individuality. Designed to be primary residences, Tapestry Park offers the permanence of a traditional neighborhood with the beauty of a vacation town setting. For more information, visit www.tapestrypark.com

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1 Tapestry Park August 5, 2008 at 11:35 am

Thanks to everyone who attending the films! We’re only halfway through; we have 2 more films!!
PS: the popcorn is great…


2 Mark Tanney August 12, 2008 at 11:31 pm

Why is this filed under “Road and Bridge Improvement?”


3 Jason Koertge August 13, 2008 at 7:28 am

It was a mistake, sorry.