Drive-In Movies on the Driving Range this summer in Oro Valley - Tucson News Now

Drive-In Movies on the Driving Range this summer in Oro Valley

(Source: Town of Oro Valley) (Source: Town of Oro Valley)
ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Town of Oro Valley is offering a spin on summer nostalgia for many - drive-in movie Saturdays.  

Drive-in Movies on the Driving Range features family friendly movies G or PG-rated on a giant inflatable outdoor screen, the best part -- its free!  

The screen will be set up at the Oro Valley Community Center (10555 North La Canada Drive). Guests are encouraged to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs or moviegoers can watch the movies from a golf cart (Please don't bring your own golf cart, as one will be provided for those who would like to sit in one).  Moviegoers are also asked, as a courtesy, to please leave pets at home.  

Movies will begin at sunset. 

Check out what movies will be shown and when:  

  • Sat., Sept. 16: Finding Dory

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