The Friends of the Pompton Lakes Library invites the community to enjoy a safe, socially distanced, drive-in movie on Saturday, August 29th at 7pm at the Pompton Lakes Towne Square. For the cost of a $10 donation per car, movie-goers can enjoy an evening filled with action and excitement featuring a 2017 family jungle adventure starring Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillian, Jack Black and Kevin Hart!
From 7p-10p at Pompton Lakes Towne Square on the 29th, fans can enjoy dinner with their movie, as several food and drink options are just a few feet walk from the screen. Parking will be limited, so be sure to get your tickets early. Sound will be provided through an FM transmission system so viewers can enjoy the show from the comfort of their automobile. More information on the event, tickets and the movie title are available on the Friends website at https://www.pomptonlakeslibrary.org/friends.
This program is made possible with funds from the Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. The Friends acknowledge all their local partners for making this Film Festival possible, including the Pompton Lakes Mayor’s Office, the Pompton Lakes BID, the Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council, and Members of the Friends of the Pompton Lakes Library.
Steve Edgeller, President of the Pompton Lakes Library said, “We’re excited to bring this year’s trend of enjoying a drive-in film to Pompton Lakes. A classic Abbott & Costello short will be shown before the feature title. A big thanks to all our local partners for making this event possible.”
The Friends of the Pompton Lakes Library is an independent non-profit volunteer organization working to further the educational and informational needs of the community through its support of the Emanuel Einstein Memorial Library, also known as The Pompton Lakes Library. The Friends of the Pompton Lakes Library is a not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation.