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Foto Feature: More than 250 gather for dinner, music and dancing at Picture House’s Picnic in the Park

The rain held off for the Picture House’s popular annual event Picnic in the Park in Pelham, NY!  More than 250 guests gathered for a screening of the soon-to-be released film Love at First Sight and an evening filled with drinks, dinner, music and dancing.  Local officials, including NY State Assembly member Amy Paulin, Westchester County legislator Terry Clements  and Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen, attended the event and spoke glowingly about the Community’s effort to support the treasured institution. It was a night to remember and a great kick-off to the fall film season.

Editor’s note: This announcement and the photos were provided by the Picture House Regional Film Center. The Pelham Examiner publishes announcements in the form received as a service to the community.

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