Shrek in the park

The Downtown Maple Ridge Business Association is showing Shrek as part of its summer Movie in the Park event.

Shrek and Donkey will be centre starting at 9 p.m. as the movie will be shown on a 28-foot inflatable screen following the Haney Farmer’s Market

Everybody’s favorite green Ogre will be at Memorial Peace Park on Wednesday, July 29.

The Downtown Maple Ridge Business Association is showing Shrek as part of its summer Movie in the Park event.

The free film will be shown at 9 p.m. on a 28-foot inflatable screen following the Haney Farmer’s Market, which starts at 6 p.m.

The inaugural event is sponsored by The Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group and is suitable for all ages.

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