New York Power Authority
Announces Schedule of Summer Movies on Tuesdays in July
For Further Information:
315-764-0226, ext. 863
July 2, 2008
MASSENA—The New York
Power Authority announces the schedule of movies to be presented
this July as part of its summer-long program of free movies every
Tuesday at the admission-free Frank S. McCullough, Jr. Hawkins Point
Visitors Center and Boat Launch.
will be shown at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the
McCullough visitors center at Hawkins Point’s auditorium on Tuesdays
in July and August as part of the “Beat the Heat” summer campaign.
The program will continue until Aug. 26 and the schedule for that
month will be announced shortly.
The July schedule is:
Tues., July 8
“The Chronicles of
Narnia,” 10 a.m.; “Cars,” 1 p.m.; “Ratatouille,” 3 p.m.; “Are We
Done Yet,” 5 p.m.
Tues., July 15
“Peter Pan,” 10 a.m.;
“Meet the Robinsons,” 1 p.m.; “Underdog,” 3 p.m.; “Daddy Day Camp,”
Tues., July 22
“How to Eat Fried
Worms,” 10 a.m.; “The Last Mimzy,” 1 p.m.; “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder
Emporium,” 3 p.m.; “August Rush,” 5 p.m.
Tues., July 29
“Night at the Museum,”
at 10 a.m.; “Alvin and the Chipmunks,” at 1 p.m.; “Nancy Drew,” 3
p.m.; “The Prince and the Pauper,” 5 p.m.
Besides enjoying the
movies, visitors can sample the array of hands-on exhibits at the
McCullough visitors center at Hawkins Point, which presents
information on such themes as Water Power and the St. Lawrence-FDR
project, Basics of Electricity and Uses of Electricity. Another
highlight is the panoramic view of the project’s power dam.
The McCullough visitors
center at Hawkins Point is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a
■ NYPA uses no tax money or
state credit. It finances its operations through the sale of
bonds and revenues earned in large part through sales of
electricity. ■ NYPA is a leader in promoting
energy-efficiency, new energy technologies and electric
transportation initiatives. ■ It is the
nation’s largest state-owned electric utility, with 18 generating
facilities in various parts of the state and more than 1,400
circuit-miles of transmission lines.
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