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Desert Ridge Marketplace to host classic movies outdoors on Sundays

Sep 27, 2020, 10:07 AM | Updated: 4:59 pm

(Facebook Photo/Desert Ridge Marketplace)...

(Facebook Photo/Desert Ridge Marketplace)

(Facebook Photo/Desert Ridge Marketplace)

PHOENIX — Desert Ridge Marketplace is hosting classic movies outdoors for free every Sunday beginning at 6 p.m.

It all starts this week with a showing of “Some Like it Hot” and will continue every Sunday through October.

Movie-goers are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair and account for social-distancing guidelines.

Restaurants in the shopping center will be offering $10 movie meals during the showings. Barrio Queen, Islands, Slices, Smashburger, Tikka Shack, Thirsty Lion and Flower Child are all participating in the event.

Other shows include “Goldfinger” (Oct. 4), “Jaws” (Oct. 11), “Pretty in Pink” (Oct. 18) and “Forrest Gump” (Oct. 25).

Organizers are marketing the event as Classics in the Courtyard.

Desert Ridge Marketplace is located north of the Tatum Boulevard exit off the Loop 101.

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Desert Ridge Marketplace to host classic movies outdoors on Sundays