EASTAMPTON, NJ-- If you are looking for safe, outdoor and free Halloween fun for the whole family, you are in luck this weekend!

The Burlington County Parks System will be holding another popular drive-in movie night at Smithville Park in Eastampton on Saturday, October 24 at 6:30pm.

Saturday night's movie will be the family Halloween film "Hotel Transylvania". 

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The movie will be shown on a large drive-in screen, and attendees can either stay in their car and tune the radio to the movie audio, or sit directly in front of their vehicle.

Movie nights are first-come, first-served events, and space is limited. When spots are full, the Burlington County Parks System's Event page on Facebook will be updated- so get there early! Gates will open at 5:30pm, and upon arrival, cars will be directed into an assigned parking spot. Social distancing will be enforced, and masks must be worn whenever anyone leaves the car, such as when walking to the restroom area. Bring your own snacks, since no vendors will be onsite.  

Saturday night's showing of Hotel Transylvania follows up a successful first drive-in movie night on October 3, in which Goonies was presented. 

The Burlington County Parks System sponsors many free, family-friendly events, including their Music In the Park performances at Smithville Park as well as their country-line dancing series at the County Fairgrounds in Columbus.

More information about upcoming events that the Burlington County Parks System is sponsoring can be found on their Facebook page and on their Events website HERE

Smithville Park is located at 803 Smithville Road in Eastampton Township.

 

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