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Drive-in Movie night for free

June 14, 2011

A drive-in movie not only sounds nostalgic, it sounds downright impossible in the heart of Brooklyn. The “Drive-In Movie Night” at PS 29 in Carroll Gardens, isn’t actually a drive-in but a sit-in.  Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets and get ready to sing along with the Oompa Loompas as they chant their songs of ethics to the children in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Also screening will be the four audience favorites (two films tied for third place!) from Big Movies for Little Kids‘  first-ever student film festival.  Hotdogs, hamburgers, popcorn, candy and beverages will be available for purchase.

Film summary: Young Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe get caught in the middle of Wonka’s secret agenda in director Mel Stuart’s Oscar-nominated fantasy based on the Roald Dahl book. . (USA; 1971; rated G; 100 mins.)

Drive-In Movie Night at PS 29
Friday, June 17th at 8:00pm
(movie starts at 8:30)
Location: PS 29 is located at 425 Henry Street.  Entrance to the schoolyard is on Kane Street (bwtn Clinton and Henry Streets)
Subway:  F train to Bergen Street

Sponsored by

Joy Hudecz D.D.S.

The Cobble Hill Association

The PS29 PTA

Popcorn and beverages courtesy of

The Moxie Spot and

American Beverage Center