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Packing Tips For Movie Night in the Park

Come Party With Me: Movie in the Park — The Look

When inviting friends to join you for a movie in the park, the first things to pack are comfortable chairs, preferably the kind that extend back. Next, you'll need a blanket and picnic basket. An inflatable ice bucket and a bag of ice will ensure that any sparkling, white, or Rosé wine remains chilled. Reusable, stemless plastic glasses are perfect for the park because they can rest on the grass without spilling. Pack the food in takeout cartons, wrap the sandwiches in wax paper, and pour the gazpacho in a colorful thermos. Throw paper napkins and paper plates in the basket next to the containers. For a special surprise, purchase a bunch of movie candy, like Junior Mints and Hot Tamales, and give them to your crew after you've finished the meal.

Have you watched a movie in a park? Please share your success stories!

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