WENATCHEE — A drive-in movie is coming to Town Toyota Center, complete with a 50-foot inflatable screen.
The movie “Frozen II” will be presented 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.
There is no charge for attending but you must preregister. There are 73 spots, and so far, 54 have been taken.
“We have it set up for every other space so there is nobody right next to you or in front of you. We should have good visuals. For concessions, we have a taco truck and an ice cream truck. The Town Toyota Center has opened the building for restrooms. We think we have everything covered,” said Caryl Andre, Wenatchee Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services recreation supervisor.
The city of Wenatchee has contracted with Fun Flicks for the screen and sound system that including an FM transmitter to pipe sound over car radios.
City parks has typically has a movie at Lincoln Park during the summer months. Since that was not possible due to COVID-19 restrictions in Chelan County, the department decided to offer a drive-in movie instead.
“We went by the governor’s guidelines and put it together. We were waiting to get to Phase 2. Then, the governor came out with…
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