Friday, July 11, 2014

Come See Superhero Weekend At The Roosevelt Island Southpoint Park Outdoor Movie Series -Thor: The Dark World Tonight And Marvel's: The Avengers Saturday Night - UPDATE, Movie Moved To Firefighters Field Due To Power Outage At Southpoint Park

Image of June 28 Southpoint Park Outdoor Movie Showing Of Frozen From Irina Hage

It's Superhero Weekend at the Roosevelt Island Southpoint Park 2014 Summer Outdoor Movie Series.


According to the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC)
Come join us for an action packed Superhero Weekend brought to you by Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation’s Outdoor Summer Movie Series at Southpoint Park.

This Friday, July 11th, there will be a screening of Thor: The Dark World. Join us again on Saturday, July 12th, for the screening of Marvel’s:The Avengers. The fun starts at 7 PM, the movies will begin at dusk. Attendees can enjoy superhero trivia games, prizes music and more!

Please bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy these Marvel films with your friends and family.
RIOC adds:
Friday July 11th and Saturday, July 12, a shuttle bus will provide service to the Summer Movie Series at Southpoint Park for seniors and those with limited mobility. The bus will depart at 8 PM from the R.I. Senior Center (546 Main Street). The bus will make a return trip from Southpoint Park to the R.I. Senior Center at the conclusion of the movie screening.

Sincerely,

Roosevelt Island Operating Corp Advisories Group
Here's the trailer from Thor: The Dark World



and Marvel's: The Avengers.



On Saturday evening, Bike New York will have a bicycle ride around Roosevelt Island and dinner at Eleanor's Pier before heading over for the showing of Marvells: The Avengers.

Have a fun weekend.

UPDATE 7/12 at 5:50 PM:

Image Of RIOC Staff Preparing For Tonight's Outdoor Movie At Firefighters Field

According to RIOC:
Due to a temporary power outage at South point Park, tonight's scheduled outdoor movie, The Avengers, has been moved to Firefighter's Field.

Sincerely,

Roosevelt Island Operating Corp Advisories Group

5 comments :

CheshireKitty said...

Exactly!

Christopher Scott Knell said...

Here's a newly published "No Fly" map for quadrocopters (aka drones)
Roosevelt Island is in a No Fly Zone for Laguardia Airport. (But we knew that, right?)
https://www.mapbox.com/drone/no-fly/?embed=true#12/40.7564/-73.9934

RooseveltIslander said...

Do you know who created the map? Is it a federal regulatory agency such as the FAA?

YetAnotherRIer said...

It's just a map that shows 5 mile circles around each airport, which, as we already know, require the operator of an RC controlled airplane to inform the airport. At least they are supposed to but I am not sure how you would contact Laguardia to let them know (of JFK for that matter.)

Mark Lyon said...

If you'd like to inform the tower of your planned flight, you call the tower. Tower contact appears to be 718-533-3401 on the most recent AOPA notice, though the old communications card says 718-779-7901 or 718-478-8575.

http://www.aopa.org/airports/LGA/kneeboard.pdf