Pinjarra’s first drive-in movie introduced

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The spooky family-favourite Goosebumps will be the first movie to be screened at Pinjarra’s inaugural drive-in film occasion on October 1.

The drive-in is the first occasion of its kind in Pinjarra and will act as a take a look at case for future movie nights.

Fans of the silver display will enjoy a cash-only group sausage sizzle courtesy of volunteer-run Squared Away.

Local store Lover of Lollies may even be promoting fairy floss, lollies and popcorn for attendees to get pleasure from as they watch the PG-rated Goosebumps movie, a kid-friendly spooky smash perfect for the run as a lot as Halloween.

The drive in is a free ticketed event, but car passes are restricted, so book early by going to driveinmurray.eventbrite.com.au

Gates open at 6.30pm with the screening beginning at 7.30pm on the McLarty Events Space (behind Pinjarra Football Club).

Community service businesses might be present and serving to out on the night.

The event is supported by the Shire of Murray, Act Belong Commit and the WA Primary Health Alliance to launch Mental Health Month.

It’s an alcohol, smoke and drug-free event.

Cars have to have an FM radio to pick up the audio from the movie.

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