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NIM hosts FREE Family Film Fest

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If you're looking for some fun and relief from the heat -- you may be able to find it at the National Infantry Museum.

The free Family Film Fest is underway, where families can meet up at the IMAX theatre for a free movie.

We spoke with Jordan Beck, the digital media coordinator for the National Infantry Foundation, who explains what impact they hope this will have.

"We really want to see families get closer together and we also want to bring together the military and civilian communities to do something together and have a good meeting place here at the National Infantry Museum," said Beck.

The Film Fest will be every Tuesday and Wednesday through July 24.

Adults and children can catch a family-friendly movie for free at 9 and 11 a.m.

Here is the full list of films:

June 4 – Wreck-It Ralph, 9:00 | Brave, 11:00
June 5 – Brave, 9:00 | Wreck-It Ralph, 11:00

June 11 – The Odd Life of Timothy Green, 9:00 | Rise of the Guardians, 11:00
June 12 – Rise of the Guardians, 9:00 | The Odd Life of Timothy Green, 11:00

June 18 – An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, 9:00 | The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie, 11:00
June 19 – Veggie Tales: The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, 9:00 | An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, 11:00

June 25 – Open Season, 9:00 | The Pirates! Band of Misfits, 11:00
June 26 – The Pirates! Band of Misfits, 9:00 | Open Season, 11:00

July 02 – Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, 9:00 | The Smurfs, 11:00
July 03 – The Smurfs, 9:00 | Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, 11:00

July 09 – ParaNorman, 9:00 | Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, 11:00
July 10 – Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, 9:00 | ParaNorman, 11:00

July 16 – Despicable Me, 9:00 | Monster House, 11:00
July 17 – Monster House, 9:00 | Despicable Me, 11:00

July 23 – The Lion King, 9:00 | Tangled, 11:00
July 24 – Tangled, 9:00 | The Lion King, 11:00

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