The city’s new summer series, Singin’ on the Green: Movies & Bands, continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday with a showing of “Grease,” the 1978 musical romantic comedy.
The free series culminates at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 with dance party favorites performed by Cleo Blue and old-school funk hits by The Kathy Thompson Band at 7 p.m. Sept. 19.
People are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs.
The Wednesday night series is composed of three concerts performed on The John C. Ireland Bandstand and two high-definition movies shown on a 20-by-12-foot projection screen at Campbell Avenue and Main Street.
It premiered with a showing of “Mamma Mia!” earlier this month, followed by rhythm and blues music performed by Shaded Soul last week.
The city is sponsoring all movies and bands in the series, except for Cleo Blue, which is sponsored by the West Haven Veterans Council.
Singin’ on the Green is co-sponsored by West Haven United, an organization aimed at bringing the city’s volunteer groups together, along with the Veterans Council and West Haven Vietnam Veterans.
Throughout the series, members of West Haven United will have an informational booth on the Green to register people for future volunteer efforts across the city.