Update: Ticket for both movies are now sold out! Please keep an eye out on our website and social media as we will release the movie lineup for December some time over the next few weeks.
Another set of drive-in movies will be held in the month of November! Cars will fill up the R.H. Johnson parking lot on Nov. 12 and 19 to watch “Yesterday” and “American Graffiti.” Tickets for both movies are free and a limited amount will be available to SCW residents at the R.H. Johnson Box Office starting Tuesday, Nov. 3. Hurry and get yourself a ticket before they run out!
- Movies will start at dusk
- Pre-packaged concessions will be sold before the start of each film.
- No alcohol is allowed.
- Mask must be worn when exiting your vehicle during the event.
One day Jack was nobody. Everything was perfectly normal. Until on that one day, a global power outage occurred, affecting everything. The very next day, Jack discovers that he is the only one in the world who remembers The Beatles. Whilst trying to wrap his head around what is happening, Jack finds himself on a journey to figure out what happened on that one night, and to bring back joy and bring back the memory of the one band from yesterday.
American Graffiti takes place in what feels like real-time between one evening and sunup of the next morning in California 1962. A group of friends spends one last night as summer vacation ends, each of them dealing with some sort of dilemma – whether major, like doubts about leaving home for college, or minor, like getting a date with a cute girl. Everything takes place against backdrops such as a burger drive-in, a high school dance, a downtown ‘cruising’ strip, or other places all of which have a totally authentic feel for the place and time. By sunup the next morning, everyone has their issues sorted out and we are left knowing what happens to each of them in the months and years to come.
Movies in the Park
Yesterday (PG-13) – Thursday, Nov. 12
American Graffiti (PG) – Thursday, Nov. 19