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Moonlit Movies plans Ocomicon this summer

Feb. 28, 2013

Downtown Oconomowoc summer family hit, Moonlit Movies, announced plans of super status for its August event.

Ocomicon is this year’s super hero-themed event slated for August.
“We can’t give away too much yet, but I can say we are working on bringing in some big names and big production effects for this event. We will have a live music stage and a plethora of kids activities,” said Joe Haas, a member of the Moonlit Movies board.

The dates for the 2013 season are Thursday, June 13, Thursday, July 18, (both at Fowler Park) and Thursday, Aug. 15 for Ocomicon. Children’s activities begin and food will be served starting at 6 p.m. and the family-friendly movie will begin around dusk.
 

For more information, visit http://moonlitmovies.org/.

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