The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum’s Music and Movie in the Park series continues tonight with traditional bluegrass and country music from Scrap Iron and Americana-folk music by Butterfly Rose. The family favorite E.T. Wraps up a great night of free family entertainment in Holland Park. David Baggett and his flat-top guitar are regularly joined in Scrap Iron by a host of talented musicians that includes at various times Tim Murrell on guitar, Kevin Harper on mandolin, Dale McCree on bass and world-class fiddle player Hyram Posey, as well as others. Carol Zamora Ward of Dickson and Kaye Pryor of Nashville make up Butterfly Rose with harmonies traditional to Appalachian music in original songs tinged with bluegrass and country. Ward sings lead and plays guitar while Pryor adds high harmonies and plays keyboard and mandolin. Scrap Iron takes the stage at Holland Park at 6 pm followed by Butterfly Rose at 7:15. At 8:15 the museum will present Stephen Spielberg’s 1982 classic E.T. The Extraterrestrial on the outdoor screen. The evening is free and those attending can bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics and food vendors will be available. In the event of inclement weather, the event moves inside the museum. For more information on Music and Movies in the Park, call the museum at 446-0500.