The movie will be The Boss Baby, a hilariously universal story about how a new baby's arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative seven year old named Tim.
"I want to give back to our community, our children, and grandchildren. They are the future of the community and as a newly recent Grandfather I cannot think of anything more enjoyable than a family movie night in Franklin Square Park," stated Walker.
Aside from the movie The Boss Baby, which is being done with the help of Fun Flicks Central, Western and Northern NY, they'll also be providing concession stands as well. There will also be a petting zoo, and they'll be arts and crafts provided by Oswego City County Youth Breau and The Fire Department will also be in attendance.
This is not the first time Mr. Walker has been generous to the youth of Oswego. "For years, my son's and I on the last day of school have handed out free snow cones at Leighton Elementary School for kindergarten through sixth grade while they were all having recess. Not only had Mr. Walker and his wife, Kathy Walker attend Leighton but their two sons, Lee III, Brandon and daughter Malissa attended the school as well.
For the Walker Family, this is their 120th year living in The City of Oswego and have resided in the same household for seven generations. We here at iHeartOswego would like to thank Mr. Walker and Family for their generosity in providing this event.