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Thursday, September 30, 2021

Newport on the Levee Launches Two Seasonal Experiences; Winterizes Bridgeview Box Park


With colder temperatures around the corner, Newport on the Levee will adapt its current weekly experiences and introduce two new events for the community to enjoy this season. Beginning Oct. 6, the riverfront mixed-use destination will launch Cornhole League, a 7-week tournament series on Wednesday evenings, and Movie Night on the Levee, complimentary movie screenings each Thursday through the holiday season. Additionally, on Oct. 27, the Levee’s massive winter tent over the Bridgeview Box Park will make its return, allowing guests to enjoy outdoor dining and events in the colder months.


“Even as it gets colder outside, there’s still a desire to be with your friends and family after work to hang out, grab a drink and enjoy some quality time together,” said Sally Fisk, marketing manager at Newport on the Levee. “We’ve adapted our current seasonal events and introduced two others to accommodate the change in seasons and continue providing the community with a safe and fun place to come together. Whether you want to relax at a movie or enjoy some friendly competition, we’ve got it all this fall.”

Every Wednesday from Oct. 6 to Nov. 24, power through the mid-week slump with a little competition at the Levee’s Cornhole League in partnership with Go! Cornhole. Friends and families are invited to bring their game faces and compete or just watch while enjoying local sips and snacks from onsite restaurants, including event partner Wooden Cask. Games will run from 6:30 to 9 p.m. inside The Gallery and on the last Wednesday of the league, the ultimate cornhole competitors will face off in a season-ending tournament to determine who will take home the final prizes and championship trophy.

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On Thursday evenings, movie buffs are invited to kick back and relax for Movie Night on the Levee, a series of complimentary weekly screenings showing seasonal, classic and family-friendly films on The Gallery’s massive indoor LED screen. The series kicks off on Oct. 7 with a viewing of Goosebumps, followed by an all star lineup of Halloween and holiday favorites. Don’t forget to grab light bites and beverages at Newport on the Levee restaurants before the film starts rolling at 7 p.m. Seating is first come, first serve and guests are encouraged to bring additional blankets and chairs. For the full movie lineup and event details, visit newportonthelevee.com/movie-night-on-the-levee/.

In addition to cornhole and movie screenings, the community is invited to enjoy other seasonal experiences at Newport on the Levee, including Trivia Night on the Levee hosted in partnership with Last Call Trivia in the winterized Box Park every Tuesday and live music performances by local favorites at Newport Nights on the Levee in the Central Plaza on Fridays.

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