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Menlo Park installs pop-up park

Chestnut Street space to host outdoor movies and more

Menlo Park's latest public park will be around for only six weeks, but during that time the "pop-up park" on Chestnut Street between Santa Cruz and Menlo avenues will host a plethora of events.

Free family movies will be shown in the park on Friday nights in September.

The first screening, "Guardians of the Galaxy," is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4. The park will have chairs for lounging, and there will be a changing roster of activities.

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