Bring your pet to Wolf Pen Creek on March 26 for Pups and Popcorn Movie Night

By Molly Gillis, Recreation Supervisor

I never had a dog growing up. My brother would beg, but my mom was allergic.

It was always a treat when I’d go to a friend’s house, and they had a pet to befriend for a moment. I’m older now and still don’t have a pet, but meeting others’ furry friends remains a profound joy.

If you love meeting dogs or have a dog of your own, then we’ve got the perfect event for you.

Movies in the Park Pups and Popcorn Night is set for the evening of Saturday, March 26, at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater. We’ll show the classic family film “A Dog’s Journey” on our inflatable 32-foot wide high-definition screen.

Admission is free, the gates open at 5 p.m., and the movie begins at sundown. Early arrivals can enjoy our giant lawn games, and don’t forget — dogs are welcome! Just remember that pets must be on leashes and you should be prepared to clean up after them.

Bring your refreshments, lawn chairs, and blankets, but remember that coolers must be 48 quarts or smaller — and don’t bring alcohol or glass containers. Food and popcorn are available for purchase from our food vendors, and if you enter through Holleman Drive, you’ll receive free popcorn and a treat for your pet while supplies last.

For more information, visit or call 979-764-3486.

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About the Blogger

In her first year as a recreation supervisor, Molly Gillis is responsible for Wolf Pen Creek Park. The Fort Collins, Colo., native completed her master’s degree in sport management from Texas A&M in the spring of 2021.

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