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Veterans Park Alabaster
Parks
Location: 7305 Hwy 119
Alabaster, AL 35007
Amenities: Baseball, Drinking Water, Exercise, Food Service, Leashed Animals Permitted, Picnic, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Restroom, Shelter, Walking Trail, and Wheelchair Accessible
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Contact Phone: 205 664-6840
Link: Visit Website
Veterans Park Alabaster

A 90-acre facility with five Youth Baseball/Softball Fields with a Concession Stand and Press Box, 2 Miles of Lighted Walking Tracks with Benches for resting along the way, Regulation Size Skatepark,a Bluebird Trail, Two Playground Areas, Restrooms, 9 Pavilions Available for Rental, Several Play Meadows, Batting Cages,and an Arbor.

Events hosted at facility include numerous baseball and softball tournaments including the Alabama Community College Conference Championships.

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Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
6/12/2015
Alabaster Movies in the Park
During each free movie event, attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair to sit on, as well as some snacks and drinks to enjoy during the show. When dusk arrives, which is usually around 8 p.m., the city’s Parks and Recreation Department will project the movie onto a large inflatable screen set up in one of the park’s large fields.

The following movies will be shown on the following Friday nights:

-June 12: “Disney Planes – Fire and Rescue” – Rated PG with an 83-minute running time

-June 26: “Daddy Daycare” – Rated PG with a 93-minute running time

-July 10: “Beethoven” – Rated PG with an 87-minute running time

-July 24: “Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty 50th anniversary edition” – Rated G with a 75-minute running time

6/26/2015
Alabaster Movies in the Park
During each free movie event, attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair to sit on, as well as some snacks and drinks to enjoy during the show. When dusk arrives, which is usually around 8 p.m., the city’s Parks and Recreation Department will project the movie onto a large inflatable screen set up in one of the park’s large fields.

The following movies will be shown on the following Friday nights:

-June 12: “Disney Planes – Fire and Rescue” – Rated PG with an 83-minute running time

-June 26: “Daddy Daycare” – Rated PG with a 93-minute running time

-July 10: “Beethoven” – Rated PG with an 87-minute running time

-July 24: “Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty 50th anniversary edition” – Rated G with a 75-minute running time

7/10/2015
Alabaster Movies in the Park
During each free movie event, attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair to sit on, as well as some snacks and drinks to enjoy during the show. When dusk arrives, which is usually around 8 p.m., the city’s Parks and Recreation Department will project the movie onto a large inflatable screen set up in one of the park’s large fields.

The following movies will be shown on the following Friday nights:

-June 12: “Disney Planes – Fire and Rescue” – Rated PG with an 83-minute running time

-June 26: “Daddy Daycare” – Rated PG with a 93-minute running time

-July 10: “Beethoven” – Rated PG with an 87-minute running time

-July 24: “Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty 50th anniversary edition” – Rated G with a 75-minute running time

7/24/2015
Alabaster Movies in the Park
During each free movie event, attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair to sit on, as well as some snacks and drinks to enjoy during the show. When dusk arrives, which is usually around 8 p.m., the city’s Parks and Recreation Department will project the movie onto a large inflatable screen set up in one of the park’s large fields.

The following movies will be shown on the following Friday nights:

-June 12: “Disney Planes – Fire and Rescue” – Rated PG with an 83-minute running time

-June 26: “Daddy Daycare” – Rated PG with a 93-minute running time

-July 10: “Beethoven” – Rated PG with an 87-minute running time

-July 24: “Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty 50th anniversary edition” – Rated G with a 75-minute running time


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