WEST WINDSOR, NJ -- The Mercer County Park Commission has made an addition to the popular line-up of drive-in movies. The Commission, in coordination with the Princeton National Rowing Association, will now screen the movie "A Most Beautiful Thing" that tells the story of the first all-Black high school rowing team.

The movie will be held as a drive-in on Sunday, September 27 beginning 7:00 pm in the parking lot Across from CURE Insurance Arena located at 81 Hamilton Avenue in Trenton.

The recently announced series of drive-in movie nights and concerts will be held each Friday until October 3, with movie beginning at approximately 7:30 p.m., and Saturday with concerts beginning at 6:00 p.m. Parking and admission are free for the drive-in movie nights and concerts. Doors for the events will open one hour before start time. All movies and concerts will be held at the Mercer County Park in West Windsor unless otherwise noted.

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Upcoming concerts include Sounds of Sandstorm and Instant Funk on September 26 and Superunknown and Into the Floyd on October 3. Upcoming movies include Sonic the Hedgehog on September 25, which will be held at Rosedale Park in Pennington; and Ghostbusters on October 2.  

Parking lots will be closed once capacity is reached. Designated parking areas for vehicles will be determined upon arrival with each parking space will have a lounging area for the carload.

Masks will be required once leaving designated area. Social distancing measures are in place for guests’ safety.

Visitors are welcomed to bring blankets, chairs, and coolers with food and beverages. No liquor or glass bottles will be permitted.

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