As always, the final movie night in Frank Fetch Park will be free.

As always, the final movie night in Frank Fetch Park will be free.

But for $20, participants can show their support of the German Village Garten Club by renewing their memberships or joining the organization.

Blues Brothers, the classic comedy featuring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, will start at 9 p.m. Aug. 25.

The 1980 film features Jake and Elwood Blues, who go through a series of misadventures while valiantly trying to get their old band back together.

The movie will replace the garden club's annual membership drive, the tour of gardens, which is traditionally held in August, said Jerry Glick, a member of the garden club.

He said it was canceled this year because of difficulty finding new gardens within proximity of each other, and conflicting events in the neighborhood.

"It was just another thing we had to organize," he said.

Blues Brothers was preceded by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which was aired July 28.

This is the third year the movies have been held in the park, thanks to a donation of a projector, movie screen and sound system.

Bags of popcorn will be provided. Peoples are encouraged to bring their own blankets, snacks and chairs.

The garden club, which has more the than 100 members, takes care of 23 flower boxes on South Third Street, plantings at the Meeting Haus, holds educational programs and plans concerts and movies at Frank Fetch Park, which the group also landscapes.

"We put everything back into the community," Glick said.

Carol Porter, communications director for the garden club, said she hopes the tour of gardens will return next year.

Meanwhile, in typical fashion, the garden club will hold meetings the third Monday of every month from September to May at the Meeting Haus.

"The garden club absolutely has an open invitation to any man or woman who has an interest in learning about gardening, or if they feel they'd like to like to share their garden talents with other people or if they like to look at other people's gardens," Porter said.

"It's a large network throughout the greater German Village community and there's great camaraderie among friends you know and friends you have not met."