SRSLY Stockbridge presents Outdoor Movie Night―this Saturday




SRSLY members have been planning for months and are excited to announce they are hosting a free showing of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” at 9:00 pm on Saturday, June 15th to conclude the 25th Annual “A Day in the Village” community festival. The movie will be shown outdoors on the lawn of the Stockbridge Town Square. There is no cost or tickets to attend. Concessions will be sold. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on, and get set to enjoy this classic film with family and friends!

Free pre-movie games and activities will start at 7:30 pm on the town square.  Themed stations will include:

  • Juicing Room – balloon dart game
  • Eggdicator – Plinko
  • Inventing Room – slime making station
  • Fizzy Lifting Drinks
  • Wonka Vision Station
  • Oompa Loompa photo board
  • Plus prizes and other fun!

In order to ensure the event runs smoothly, SRSLY is in need of volunteers who can help in a variety of roles. Volunteers are needed for event set-up, supervising activity stations, and to take photos. Please select a volunteer position with a time slot that works best for you using the following link:

Donations of supplies, refreshments, prizes or cash are all appreciated. If you would like to donate, please call Emily Stewart at (734) 223-9091, or email at Sponsor links will be listed in SRSLY email communications and on SRSLY’s website. During the event, sponsors will be celebrated on a large “thank you” sign and included in announcements. If there are any questions related to the event, volunteer positions, or sponsorship, please email


SRSLY’s mission is to empower and equip youth to achieve their potential by remaining substance-free. SRSLY coalition members include the schools, law enforcement, faith communities, the library, businesses, parents, and youth. SRSLY focuses on primary prevention and is open to anyone interested in preventing youth substance use by promoting a more positive and healthy Stockbridge. SRSLY promotes positive school and community involvement; works to limit youth access to alcohol and other drugs; and aims to reduce parental and peer approval of youth substance use. SRSLY receives support from the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s Drug Free Communities Support Program, St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation, and the Coghlan Family Foundation. For more information, visit

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