Drive in movie at Lakedell Agriculture Grounds Saturday of long weekend. Photo/ Facebook: Lakedell Agricultural Society. Drive in movie at Lakedell Agriculture Grounds Saturday of long weekend. Photo/ Facebook: Lakedell Agricultural Society.

Lakedell Agricultural Society puts on a drive in movie in lieu of fair

Drive in movie at Lakedell Agriculture Grounds Saturday of long weekend.

Although they can’t hold their annual fair this September long weekend, the Lakedell Agricultural Society is still trying to provide COVID safe, family entertainment for the community.

On Saturday Sept. 5, 2020 at 8:30 p.m. the Lakedell Agricultural Society is hosting a drive in movie. Gates will open at 7 p.m. for the screening of family classic, Charlotte’s Web.

Movie goers are to bring their own snacks as there will be no concession available. However, porta potties will be provided for restroom accommodations.

Those wanting to experience movie night from the comfort of their own vehicle will have to pre-purchase tickets through the Lakedell Agricultural Society on Eventbrite for $30 a carload. No RVs or busses are permitted on the grounds for the film.

The Lakedell Agricultural Society also says that although tickets will also be available at the gate there are limited spots.

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