Movies on the Potomac are back at National Harbor, in Maryland, offering a variety of Halloween classics during the entire month of October. Every Sunday, 4–6 p.m., National Harbor will show a free movie on the Waterfront Plaza big screen, located at 150 National Plaza.
The movie schedule is as follows:
Oct. 10: Casper
Oct. 17: Addams Family
Oct. 24: Hocus Pocus
Oct. 31: Goosebumps
Families are invited to pack chairs, purchase food and drink from one of the many dining establishments at National Harbor and head to Waterfront Plaza for an evening of all-ages fun. Movie times and dates may be changed or canceled due to weather, with all updates announced on National Harbor’s social media.
“We’re excited to extend our Movies on the Potomac for the whole month of October,” said Jackie Saunders, AVP of marketing, National Harbor. “This outside event is a great way for families and friends to gather and socially distance while being able to experience National Harbor’s great takeout options and free movies in a spectacular riverfront setting.”
On the banks of the Potomac River and minutes from Washington, D.C., National Harbor offers a variety of stores along wide, walkable streets; more than 30 restaurants; the iconic Capital Wheel; and other seasonal activities and concerts.
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