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Family movie night at Toyota Field

Instead of a Trash Pandas game, take in a family-friendly film!

MADISON, Ala. — When you think of Toyota Field, you probably think of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. But there's more going on at the stadium, including Family Movie Nights.

On Saturday, July 17, sit on the field and enjoy Raya and the Last Dragon on the HD videoboard. Tickets are $10/person in advance or $15/person at the gate. Kids 2 & under are free! The movie starts at 5:30 p.m, but plan to arrive early to grab a good spot! Click here for ticket information.

"So all of our events are good for the community, just to have something showcase the ballpark," Lindsey Knupp of Trash Panda said. "Come on out and experience something other than a Trash Panda game." 

Baseball and kids collide at the Trash Pandas Baseball Camp on July 28-29. Trash Pandas players lead this instructional camp for kids ages 8-10, which includes infield/outfield drills, batting cages, pitching, and more. Camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch and one box seat to a Trash Pandas game are included. For more information and to register your child, click here.

Another special event is Wine and Design on August 29. This event is 21+, and attendees get a "paint your own wine bottle" to decorate, as well as one drink ticket and light hors d'oeuvres. Tickets are $40 per person and available here.

Born to run? The Trash Dash 5k/10k and fun run are on Saturday, Sept. 25. All participants that register by midnight, September 1st,  will receive a Race T-shirt. And you won't be running laps around the bases. The street course takes 5k and 10k runners on the road.

Want to get behind-the-scenes at the ballpark? Ballpark tours are available. The 45-minute tour provides an insider’s look at Toyota Field and Trash Pandas baseball. Tour stops may include the Trash Pandas clubhouse, press box, visitors’ clubhouse, dugouts, on deck circles, suites and club level. Plan carefully...tours are usually not available on game days.

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