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Harvest Moon Twin Drive-in Theatre
Head out to Harvest Moon Drive-In for spooky fun under the stars.
Movies tentatively scheduled are as follows for weekend 1 of Harvest Moon Frightfest.
Family Side: Casper & Hocus Pocus
Scary Side: Halloween 1978 & Halloween 2018
What is Frightfest?
The Drive-in gets a spooky makeover with fun Halloween decorations all around the place. They encourage folks to decorate cars for the Car Decoration Contest and plan to arrive early for Trunk or Treating.
Trunk or Treat will be different than usual this season. You must have prepacked candy treats and hand them to trunk or treaters with gloves on and a mask (they’ll have gloves available for those that don’t have any). And kids going around must maintain social distancing while getting treats – they strongly recommend parents or supervisors to accompany them. Trunk or Treat participation will be up to the parents/guardians also.
They will be hosting their costume contest and encourage folks to dress up still, however they’ll be doing the actual contest virtually. They ask you to submit photos of your family in their costumes (kids, adults, and groups) to their email address the week before the event, then show them on screen during our intermission when they announce winners. You will have to let them know the night you plan to come and a mailing address in the event you don’t come to the show so you can still collect a prize.
More details to follow.
There will be fun Halloween music before the movies, themed food specials, special intermission content and more.
The Walk of the Dead Haunted House will not be taking place this year. However, they are setting up an open air haunted cemetery walk with their scary decorations and socially distanced monsters for those that wish to get in some fun. This will be free this year.
They’ll have their photo booth area available for those wanting to take pictures, but props will not be available.
They will have roaming monsters and creatures for pictures and scares before the movie and during the movie for those that want to be scared with a scream pass. Scream pass is available, just ask for it at the Ticket Booth and follow directions for an extra fright while watching the scary movies on screen 2.
More info on Harvest Moon
You can also visit the Harvest Moon Frightfest website here.
For info on Harvest Moon opening for the 2020 season, check out this post from May here.