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Friday May 6th, 2016 8:30PM

New season of Braselton's 'Movies under the Stars' opens with 'Walking with Dinosaurs'

By Staff
BRASELTON - The 2014 movie series under the Braselton stars debuts with "Walking with Dinosaurs" on Saturday, May 17 in the downtown park.<br /> <br /> The popular movie series is free and begins at dusk. Chairs or blankets are welcomed. Vendors will offer treats, and the Braselton Lions Club will sell baked goods and concession items.<br /> <br /> "Walking with Dinosaurs" is a 2013 release rated PG. The 87-minute feature is an animated family adventure. <br /> <br /> The movie series is presented by the Braselton Visitors Bureau Authority. Visit www.downtownbraselton.com for additional information.<br />
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