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Drive-In Movies are Back But Not Everyone Gets In. Here's why.

By: Tyler Glen
Posted: July 24, 2020 05:41

Kestone Centre Parking lot will play host to a Summer Movie Series.

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Example of an inflatable screen (Image: Airscreen)

Westman movie fans won't have to drive to Morden or up to Flin Flon to watch a movie on the big screen from the comfort of their car.  Drive-In movies are back in Westman.  Starting Friday, August 14th, the Keystone Centre parking lot will play host to an event called "Reels and Wheels".  A drive-in movie will be displayed on a massive inflatable movie screen in the Keystone parking lot.  It's not the first time Manitoba movie fans have had the opportunity to enjoy a drive-in "pop up" style.  Earlier this Summer the CAA Summer Drive-In Series ran at the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport Parkade, at a cost of $30 + fees per car.  The Keystone Centre Drive-In experience will be limited to the first 350 vehicles because of space, and admission will by a minimum $20 donation, with 100% of all funds going to Westman Dreams for Kids.  And don't worry about snacks.  Lok for five food trucks will be on location for the duration.  Aside from Flin Flon, Morden is Manitoba's last drive-in theatre:

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