Outdoor screenings of movies, whether drive-ins or out on a lawn, have come a hit during the coronavirus pandemic. The Eden Center near Seven Corners is keeping that tradition going with an outdoor viewing of Ghostbusters this Saturday (Oct. 10) at 6:30 p.m.
The screening will take place in the Eden Center parking lot and will be free.
“Enjoy a delicious dinner at Eden Center then stay and watch the movie from your car,” the Facebook post for the event said.
Free popcorn and candy will also be provided. Guests are encouraged to come in costumes for a costume contest and trick or treat stations will be set up around the Eden Center.
Photo via Eden Center/Facebook
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