It was lights, cameras, and curtains closed this previous weekend on a profitable thirty fourth season for the Clearwater Drive-In Theatre.
Denise Kelk and her husband Ken bought the venue again in 1988 and she or he supplies some perception into this previous summer time’s largest field workplace hit.
“Effectively, the largest one was Prime Gun: Maverick. We introduced that again for an encore efficiency for a few nights, and everyone who got here out loved it.”
Kelk provides that total it was an awesome season with numerous nice films to select from they usually had a very good turnout this yr.
Reflecting on the significance of the venue in southwest Saskatchewan, Kelk says it’s an asset to the group and supplies summer time leisure for individuals at Clearwater Lake, Saskatchewan Touchdown, Kyle, and surrounding communities. She factors out that they’re certainly one of solely 4 or 5 drive-ins left within the province and vastly respect everybody coming to go to and the group help.
Kelk supplies particulars on how they select their movie schedule every season.
“Effectively we usually begin taking care of the brand new yr rolls round. We begin on the lookout for what’s popping out within the Spring and Summer season. Watching the numbers, how issues open, and on the lookout for extra superior films to herald.”
She says they need to thank everybody for an awesome season and stay up for seeing everybody subsequent yr.