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A Season of Outdoor Movies and Food Trucks at Smales Farm

A Season of Outdoor Movies and Food Trucks at Smales Farm

For three weekends across March, the Smales Farm Outdoor Movie Season will once again play the gracious host for a season of free outdoor movies.

There’s nothing more pleasant than enjoying a great movie from the vantage of a grassy picnic spot, surrounded by friends, family and delicious food on a warm evening.

From 3 pm onwards, dine al fresco and enjoy a selection of curated mobile food vendors courtesy of Food Space, a regular congregation of Auckland’s best-loved mobile food vendors. On offer will be a diverse range of food and drink options from Food Space and also from Smales Farm hospitality outlets for your culinary pleasure.

Only 10 minutes from the CBD and right next to major public transport routes, Smales Farm is on its way to becoming one of Auckland’s hottest event destinations.

Movie screenings include Moana on March 3rd, The Jungle Book on March 10th and Thor: Ragnarok on March 17th.

Date: Three weekends across March 2018Event starts: From 3 pm Film starts: 5 pm Place: The Meadow, Smales Farm, Cnr Taharoto and Northcote Roads, Takapuna Cost: FREE

For more information, and to stay updated on the details of the day, hop onto Facebook and like the Smales Farm page.



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