This spring, Milwaukee Recreation will host the first ever Family Drive-In Movie Day. Three (3) family-friendly movies will be played throughout the course of the day at Milwaukee Public Schools Central Services Building (5225 W. Vliet St.). Admission is $20 per vehicle, per movie.
The event will take place on Saturday, May 15 (rain date May 22). Physical distancing measures will be in place and masks will be required while outside of your vehicle.
This will be one of the only drive-in movie experiences in the city of Milwaukee. Families can sign up to see one movie or all three. Popcorn and water will be provided, but families are encouraged to bring additional snacks to eat during the films.
“We are really excited about this brand new event,” said Lauren Lopez, Recreation Manager. “We know folks are looking for something fun and different to do right now and we think this is a great way to get out of the house and have some quality time with your family while staying safe and socially distant. We hope everyone will enjoy the movies and we can continue the event for years to come.”
Registration and movie information can be found at mkerec.net/movie.
Milwaukee Recreation is a department of Milwaukee Public Schools, established in 1911 to enrich and strengthen the community by promoting healthy lifestyles, personal development, and fun through memorable recreational and educational experiences for people of all age and abilities. For more information, visit mkerec.net or contact Claire McHugh (Claire@mkerec.net) at (414) 475-8634 or Brian Hoffer (Brian@mkerec.net) at (414) 475-8938.