The Treasure Valley's two remaining drive-in theaters aren't the only place where you can catch a family, friendly movie under the stars! 

Several communities in the Treasure Valley have a great summertime tradition of blowing up a big inflatable screen in one of their fantastic parks and inviting families out to watch a free movie together under the stars! The free movies usually begin in early-June, not long after school lets out and continue into mid-August.

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Nampa, Meridian, Kuna and Middleton have set their schedules for 2022! As for Boise? They haven't done their Movies Under the Stars since 2019 due to the pandemic. We can't find any trace of them returning on the internet.

Want to pencil one of these fun movie nights into your summer calendar? Here's what's showing and when in Nampa, Kuna, Meridian and Middleton.

Nampa Silver Screen on the Green Schedule 2022

Since 2014, Silver Screen on the Green at Optimist Park has been one of those activities! Beginning on June 4, families can bring out their blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy a FREE family movie on Nampa's giant inflatable movie screen! Movies begin at dusk.

Kuna Movies on the Greenbelt Schedule 2022 (Screen Located Behind City Hall)

KEEP READING: Meridian Sparklight Movie Night Schedule 2022

Sparklight Movie Night happens on Fridays, June 10 - August 19. Movies start at dusk, but the screen is set up as early as 7 p.m. if you want to bring your blankets and low back chairs to claim a spot. While you wait for the movie to begin, the kids can play in Settlers Park's Sound Garden, cool off in the Splash Pad or grab some snacks from their concession stand.

Middleton Area Optimist Club Movies in the Park (Foote Park)

Disney
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101 Dalmatians: June 17

Disney+
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Jungle Cruise: July 15

Warner Bros.
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Little Giants: August 19

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