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Cinema on Ice: David Lean’s Dr. Zhivago

Camelot Theatres 2300 E Baristo Rd., Palm Springs, CA, United States

Revel in cinematic history at the Historic Camelot Theatre with the first film ever screened when it opened in 1967, David Lean's Dr. Zhivago (1965). A star-studded United Fund benefit, this epic romance demands the grandeur of the big screen. Sip on a classic White Russian as you immerse yourself in the sweeping landscapes of the film, let the drink

Movies In The Park: The Goonies

Downtown Park Palm Springs 101 N. Musuem Dr., Palm Springs, United States

A group of young misfits called The Goonies discovers an ancient map and set out on an adventure to find a legendary pirate's long-lost treasure. Enjoy a screening of the 1985 classic the at Downtown Palm Springs Park. Complimentary movie nights start at sundown in the new Downtown Park, opposite Palm Springs Art Museum.

Hollywood at Home in Palm Springs

CSUSB Palm Desert Campus 37500 Cook Street, Palm Desert, CA, United States

Experience a captivating multimedia journey exploring the Hollywood–Palm Springs connection. Jim Cook and Vinny Stoppia guide you through the timeline, revealing how Palm Springs evolved into the iconic Playground of the Stars. Tickets: 909-537-8121.

12th Annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” Party

Trio Restaurant 707 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA, United States

Join AAP – Food Samaritans for the organization's 12th annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” Oscar night party at Trio Restaurant in Palm Springs. Walk Trio's signature orange carpet, featuring meteorologist and Eye on the Desert host Patrick Evans and drag star Bella da Ball. Special screens throughout Trio's bar and restaurant areas will showcase the 96th annual Academy Awards preshow and

Movies in the Park: The Princess Bride

Downtown Park Palm Springs 101 N. Musuem Dr., Palm Springs, United States

The Palm Springs Cultural Center presents The Princess Bride. Relive '80s and '90s blockbusters under the stars. Complimentary movie nights start at sundown in the new Downtown Park across from the Palm Springs Art Museum. Have a delightful evening with early dining or grab takeout for a cozy picnic.