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The Narrows Botanical Garden in Bay Ridge is two, two, two treats in one. Not only is it a lush, 4.5-acre landscape with butterfly gardens, a turtle sanctuary, shady tree groves and a Zen garden, but each summer, it hosts a series of free outdoor films.

The first of the five-film series is the family friendly musical, "The King and I," starring the late great baldie, Yul Brenner (pictured). It will begin on Friday, June 16 at sundown (8:29 pm) on the garden’s Great Lawn (raindate, June 23). That gives you plenty of daylight hours to lay down a blanket or set up a lawn chair and enjoy a picnic before the film (although popcorn and snacks are available).

For a complete schedule of films, or for directions, go to www.narrowsbg.org.

Sharon Seitz is the author of "Big Apple Safari for Families, The Urban Park Rangers’ Guide to Nature in New York City."

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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