The City of Fall River liked hosting a drive-in movie night during the Census Weekend so much that it’s coming back later this month. According to a recent press release, city residents will be able to join the search for a beloved fish as “Finding Dory” plays on an outdoor screen.

“Following the success of the City of Fall River's Drive-In viewing of Toy Story 4 last month, Mayor Paul E. Coogan and Greater Fall River Re-Creation are excited to announce that another Drive-In Movie will be held at Durfee High School’s West Main Lot on Friday, August 28. The admission cost is $5 per car. Guests should enter through the Ray Street gates, which will be opened at 7:30 pm. The show will begin after sundown, at approximately 8:30 pm. Concessions will be available and a raffle prize drawing will be held. Guests are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets so that they may view the movie from their designated socially distant parking spot. Upon leaving the area allotted to their car, guests must wear masks and follow all Covid-19 safety protocols.”

Mayor Coogan’s office allowed the public to vote for which film they would rather see and the choices were Finding Dory, Despicable Me, The Lego Movie, Jumanji (1995), and Shrek.

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