The Cinema Arts Centre continues to provide online programming during our necessary shutdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections and protect our community. While we cannot physically be together right now, it remains vital to our mission to keep our community connections strong and provide independent film and cultural programming in the virtual setting.
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DRIVE-IN MOVIE SCREENING! – Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice
October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tim Burton’s BEETLEJUICE – starring Michael Keaton
Sponsored by PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK
Saturday, October 10th (Rain Date: Sunday, October 11th)
Parking Opens at 5:30 PM | Film Begins at 7:00 PM
Public $40 per Car | Members $30 per Car – NON-REFUNDABLE
On Sale Thru Friday, October 9th (while tickets remain) – No sales day of show
LOCATION: DIX HILLS PARK POOL – 575 Vanderbilt Pkwy, Dix Hills, NY 11746
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 National Emergency, please read and adhere to the policies and procedures for safely conducting this performance beneath the film description.
Tim Burton’s BEETLEJUICE
Adam (Alec Baldwin) and Barbara (Gina Davis) are a nice normal couple, in a nice normal house…who happen to be dead.
Unfortunately, a new family is moving in, and not quietly. When all their attempts to spook the new owners into leaving fail, they contract the services of a “bio-exorcist” named “Beetlejuice” (Michael Keaton) to remove the new owners, only to end up becoming the main attraction to the money making family, and worse yet, stuck with an anarchistic sideshow ghoul intent on making their daughter, Lydia (Winona Ryder) his wife! (USA, 1988, 92 min, PG-13 | dir. Tim Burton)
EVENT INFORMATION – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Dix Hills Public Pool parking lot will be open for ticket-holders to park at 5:30 PM. – DO NOT ARRIVE ANY EARLIER.
Please have your Print-At-Home mobile ticket PDF open on your smart phone for check-in upon arrival.
One ticket permits one vehicle, regardless of the number of passengers in the car.
Drivers MUST have their face mask on for check-in. It is strongly suggested that all passengers arrive with their face mask on.
AUDIO: You will need to tune your FM transmitter to 99.3 FM for audio. There are no loudspeakers.
Cinema Arts Centre staff will facilitate parking. Vehicles will be assigned to parking spaces as they arrive. Large vehicles and trucks will be directed to park on the sides or at the back of the lot.
Please be on time for check-in to get the best possible spot. Sunset will be around 6:30 and it will be more difficult to park cars who arrive late.
All staff and volunteers will wear a face mask for the duration of check-in and the performance.
On the grounds, please adhere to a 5 MPH speed limit and watch for pedestrians and children.
Vehicles that wish to tailgate or allow their passengers to sit outside the vehicle during the performance will be spaced appropriately to adhere to social-distancing.
Dix Hills Public Pool restrooms will be open. If you need to use the restroom, please wear your face mask.
Do NOT idle your vehicle. Engine exhaust is harmful to those around you. You may start your car once per hour to charge the battery and for no longer than one minute. Cinema staff will NOT be able to jump car batteries.
We are expecting cool weather for this event. Please dress appropriately and remember that you cannot run the heat in your car. Vehicle engines and headlights must remain off during the film.
A cancellation or postponement notice will be sent to your email address on file if weather should impact the event by 3:00 PM on Saturday, October 10.
This event is non-refundable and non-exchangeable regardless of if it occurs on the originally scheduled date or the rain date.
Smoking is strictly prohibited on all areas of the parking lot.
Please take any and all trash you bring with you. DO NOT LITTER.
Alcohol is not permitted at the event.
Do NOT bring pets unless they are a certified service animal with badge, vest, and proper documentation.
For your safety, please do not sit on top of your vehicle.
The Cinema Arts Centre and Town of Huntington are not responsible for motor vehicle damage, accidents, or incidents.
The Cinema Arts Centre and Town of Huntington are not responsible for loss, theft, or damage to any personal property.
The Cinema Arts Centre and Town of Huntington are not responsible for medical injuries or accidents