Cancelled due to weather: Turning Red to be screened tonight at outdoor movie night in Monarch Park.

Toronto-Danforth Councillor Paula Fletcher hosts a screening of the movie Turning Red tonight ( Sept. 7) outdoors at Monarch Park.

Toronto-Danforth Councillor Paula Fletcher will host an outdoor movie night at Monarch Park on Thursday, Sept. 7.

The movie to be screened will be Turning Red, the animated Oscar-nominated movie that takes place in Toronto.

There will be free popcorn at the movie. Those attending are reminded to bring their own blanket and/or lawn chairs.

The film will begin at dusk (approximately 8:30 p.m.). Monarch Park is located at 115 Felstead Ave., southwest of Danforth and Coxwell avenues.

The screening is supported by the Toronto Civic Employees Union Local 416.

For more information on the outdoor movie night, please visit Fletcher’s website at

UPDATE: Councillor Fletcher announced on the afternoon of Sept. 7 that the movie night has been cancelled due to weather concerns. “Due to the rain this afternoon and the forecast of thunderstorms this evening, in consultation with city Parks staff, we’ve regrettably had to cancel tonight’s movie at Monarch Park. I’m sorry that Mother Nature didn’t cooperate,” she said on her Twitter (X) account this afternoon.

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