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.