Summer Theater Dayz concludes with August 26 “Movie at the Farm”

Free movie screening of “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” at Fischer Farm

Bensenville, Ill.— The final installment of the Bensenville Park District’s Park ‘N Play free Theater Dayz series will take place at dusk Saturday, August 26, with a screening of “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” at Fischer Farm, 16W680 Old Grand Avenue, in Bensenville. Families and friends are invited to join the fun at this free event under the stars.

“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” follows the charming feline adventurer as he embarks on a quest to fulfill his dear friend’s final wish. With swashbuckling flair and quick wit, Puss must retrieve a golden goose from the formidable Thunderclap to save San Lorenzo. This animated film combines action, humor and heart as Puss tries to honor his friend’s legacy and protect his beloved town.

The event begins at dusk, creating a magical atmosphere as the sun sets and the farm transforms into an open-air theater. Families are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets to set up their own cozy viewing spots. Fischer Farm offers a spacious, picturesque setting that provides ample space for everyone to enjoy the movie comfortably.

“We are excited to bring people together for one final movie in the park event this summer,” says Todd Linder, park district manager of facilities and special events. “Join us for an evening of family fun as we enjoy the latest ‘Puss in Boots’ film in the unique farm setting of Fischer Farm.”

The “Movie at the Farm” is the final in the Bensenville Park District’s Theater Dayz series, which began with a drive-in movie showing of “Happy Gilmore” at White Pines Golf Club May 13. The district also showed “Encanto” at DiOrio Park, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” at Varble Park and “Jaws” at the Bensenville Water Park and Splash Pad. Theater Dayz is part of the district’s Park ‘N Play initiative, which brings programming to neighborhood parks throughout the year. For a listing of activities as part of this initiative, visit


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