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Re: Movie Theaters and Drive-In's
« on: July 16, 2012, 06:08:03 pm »
I was walking by my old Jr. High School today, which isn't far from where I live. Anyway, walking by I notice a sign on the chain link fence and it said "FullmoonDriveIn". So, I investigated more when I got home and this is what I found out. This is a new thing where they open up the school grounds dirt field for cars and on selected days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) they will be showing a different movie each day. Those that bring their cars have to pay 20 bucks. But they said you can pack as many people into one car and the price is the same. Pedestrians pay 10 bucks. Upon entering they give you the FM station that will have the soundtrack to the movie, which is interesting in itself.

This coming Friday they will be showing Top Gun, on Saturday it's When Harry Met Sally and on Sunday it's E.T. I will definitely head down Friday to see how this is operated and how big the screen is, etc...If I like what I see, I will definitely shoot for Sunday and see E.T. Showtime starts at 8:30pm each night.

I've been longing for the days of my past Movie Houses and Drive-In's. So this just might be what the Doctor ordered. More information and showtimes can be found at FullMoonDriveIn
« Last Edit: July 16, 2012, 06:10:25 pm by Chiprocks1 »
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