Drive-in movies are getting ready to start up this month to offer some nostalgia under the night skies of Saskatchewan.According to Denise Kelk, the co-owner of Clearwater Drive-In, they offer a more social atmosphere than regular theatres.“In an (indoor) theatre, things tend to have to be very quiet, no disturbances. Whereas you come with friends in a vehicle, you can visit during the movie.
It’s just a lot more relaxed and if you get nice weather you can sit outside under the stars and it’s just a really great experience,” Kelk said. Aurora watch: Saskatchewan skies see uptick in northern lights displays Armed with Harmony’s Trystan Myers is part of a team about to kick off a pop-up movie theatre by Saskatoon.“It’s good news that we’re
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