The Wellesley Select Board approved use of the Tailby commuter rail lot, the subject recently of a scrapped development plan, for summer drive-in movies on Wednesday nights beginning June 16.
The Recreation and Youth Commissions are arranging for a similar set-up to last summer. It’s yet to be determined if all the movies will be free, as they were last year.
Last year’s movie line-up included “Knives Out,” “Hunger Games,” and “Minions,” and many others. This summer’s line-up, along with registration details, will be revealed later on.
The commuter rail lot continues to have very little use in light of the pandemic and many new work schedules.
Susan Furste says
Barbara McMahon says
This is so ,much fun – thank you to Rec, the Youth Commission, the Library and all the other groups involved!!