Since 1995, the Boulder Outdoor Cinema has established itself as a quintessential Boulder summer tradition with hundreds of patrons attending screenings every Saturday at dusk. (Live music starts at 7:30 p.m.) They always create a line-up that appeals to everyone — focusing on cult classics, comedies and family fare. Here’s the line-up (so far): June 11 – E.T. The Extra Terrestrial at Valmont Park and July 17 – The Big Lebowski behind the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. More dates are to be added — check here for updates. There is a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for kids (12 and under.) Its website is minimal with little information, so we’re basing the admission prices on last year’s information. It may have changed. Remember, bring your blankets and low-slung lawn chairs. Classic movie fare, freshly-popped popcorn and refreshing beverages, as well as healthier options, are available for purchase at its concession stand. Locations vary, but the outdoor cinema is usually located behind the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art on 13th St. — near Central Park.