Pack the car and roll! June 6 is National Drive-in Day

Drive in

First a feature for the kids:

Then, it’s intermission…


Once the kids are asleep, there’s a second feature for the grown-ups:


And when you get home, here’s a book all about the glorious history of the drive-in theater…

Faceless_Foes_OutdoorMovies_bookcoverThe American Drive-in Movie Theater (Crestline Books, 2013) by Don Sanders and Susan Sanders

Rare photos, engaging text and personal stories help readers learn all about the magic of the drive-in movie experience as the book celebrates the nostalgia and wonder of this uniquely American entertainment phenomenon.

Do you still attend the drive-in? Tell us the about your favorite drive-in below!

About The Contributor

Michael Ruscoe is a writer, teacher, and musician living in Southern Connecticut. He is the author of the novel, "From the Stray Cat Files: You’ll Do Anything," the anthology, "Baseball: A Treasury of Art and Literature," and numerous educational texts. An instructor at Southern Connecticut State University, Ruscoe is also lead singer and songwriter for the indie band Save the Androids! In his spare time he earns karma for his next life by ardently following the New York Mets. The proud father of two children, Ruscoe also cares for and supports a pair of goldfish, who, in all honesty, are not very good conversationalists.

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