Jun 9, 2016 1:55 PM
NASHUA — The Downtown Dinner and Movie series will return to Nashua on July 20.
Before the return, organizers need to know what residents want to see, according to The Nashua Telegraph.
The Chamber of Commerce told the paper that they are running an online survey with suggested movies that users can rank.
To access the survey, click this link.
“Right now, we plan to have four movies shown on July 20, Aug. 3, Aug. 17 and Aug. 31," said Max Snellig, a member on the chamber of commerce. "Rain dates will be the Thursday after the scheduled date."
Tickets to the films can be purchased by following this link.
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