Fans gather in floaties to watch Jaws at Jaws At The Lake August 5, 2018. Photo By Paul Johnston.

Moviegoers brave the waters to watch Jaws on the big screen

Jaws at the Lake was held on the lake and on land, Aug. 5.

By Paul Johnston

Jaws at the Lake was held on the lake and on land, Aug. 5.

 

Moviegoers enjoyed a beatiful eveining at Jaws At The Lake. Photo by Paul Johnston.

Boats and floaties of all shapes and sizes gathered at Jaws At The Lake Aug 5. This is the second year the Town of Sylvan Lake has put on the event, which was greatly requested. Those who felt uncomfortable watching the classic thrill in the water had the option to watch from land as well. Photo by Paul Johnston/Sylvan Lake News.

People jostle for a good spot during Jaws At The Lake August 5, 2018. Photo by Paul Johnston.

Moviegoers cautioned during Jaws At The lake, Sylvan Lake August 5, 2018. Photo by Paul Johnston.

Shark spotted at Sylvan Lake August 5, 2018. Photo by Paul Johnston.

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