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Back in June, the beloved Exeter Inn & restaurant reopened their doors to the public after 10 months. Since reopening they are certainly making up for the lost time by hosting all kinds of fun events for your entire squad, especially if you have little ones.

Starting in September, Epoch will be kicking off throwback movie nights on the green!

Guests are encouraged to rock their jammies and bring blankets and pillows; REAL cozy vibes. This is their first year hosting this mini-series, but they will be taking place on the property's bucolic outdoor lawn:

The Exeter Inn
The Exeter Inn

So far the lineup is:

September 23 - The Goonies

October 21 - Hocus Pocus.

Showtime starts at 6 pm, and the kitchen will be cranking out special movie concessions and thematic beverages based on the movie. It will of course be weather permitting and free.

Then there is more fun to look forward to in November! If you have a little one at home who is OBSESSED with Disney princesses, you don't have to buy flights to Walt Disney World to have a magical experience!

The bibbidi bobbidi boutique can wait! Because on Sunday, November 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Epoch will be hosting Princess Brunch with Elsa and Anna from Disney's "Frozen."

In addition to Epoch's Sunday Brunch menu, kids will be able to take photos with both princesses and there will be themed menu additions and arts and crafts for the kids.

You better start picking out your costume for that one! For more info on any of these events hit up their website.

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