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An article published through New Jersey Stage, announces the return of the Free Summer Movies Series. The series is shown at the State Theatre, and is sponsored by Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation.

Some of the movies that will be shown during the Free Summer Movies Series are Frozen, The Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Monsters University, Babe, and Aladdin. There are two times for each movie showing, at 10:30 am and at 7 pm. All tickets are absolutely free of charge.

The community is welcome to come enjoy the movies with their families and friends at the historic State Theatre. The theatre was built in 1921, has a lot of history, and now houses many different live shows throughout the year.

Omar Boraie, VP of Boraie Development, says they are honored to once again be able to sponsor this event, and they love giving the opportunity for families to get together and enjoy a film for free in this historic venue.

Executive Director, Jane Kurek, of The Provident Bank Foundation, stated that they are also glad to be able to provide families of all backgrounds some free, family fun this summer for this community.

This time they gave extended the list to six summer movies for this Free Summer Movies Series. The State Theatre is anxious for this event, and is expecting around 7,500 people to take part in this event. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms to see more.

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See more: http://www.phillypurge.com/2017/06/22/boraie-development-new-jerseys-most-sought-after-residences/