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We Have a Winner! John Deere Gator Raffled

Chuck Waggy’s name was drawn from a pot of thousands who purchased raffle tickets for a John Deere Gator over the past year. The drawing was held on Nov. 19 during the annual Upper Tract Fire Department Auxiliary Smorgasbord Dinner.

Video of the drawing can be found on the Warner’s Drive-In Facebook page.

Proceeds from this raffle benefit the Warner’s Drive-In, and the ongoing effort to purchase and renovate the historic drive-in property.

2nd Annual Fall Fest to be held Oct 28

As Warner’s Drive-In bids farewell to it’s 2017 season, it is not about to do so quietly. On October 28, everyone is invited to stop by for our 2nd annual Fall Fest.

The fun starts at 1 p.m. with local vendors selling goodies. The snack bar will also be open during this time, and will remain open throughout the evening. Vendors will continue to operate until 5 p.m.

From 4-5 p.m., the drive-in will host a trunk or treat. Everyone is welcome to decorate the trunks and hand out candy to costumed kids. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume and the best decorated trunk. Local businesses will help with passing out candy.

All admissions are free throughout the day.

Once night falls, the theater will playing the kid’s movie Hotel Transylvania, which is rated PG and runs 91 minutes.

Prices are $5 for ages 12 and above, $2 for kids 11-5, and free for under 5. The movie will start just after dusk.

This event and movie is for Saturday only.

Enjoy your day with us, and thank you for supporting us throughout the year!

The Goonies Playing Treasure Mountain Festival Weekend

Hey you guys!

We asked the community to choose what classic movie they would like to see Treasure Mountain Festival weekend, and the title we kept seeing pop up was The Goonies.

The 1985 kid’s adventure flick will be playing at Warner’s Drive-In TMF weekend, on Friday, Sept. 15 and Saturday, Sept. 16. The movie will start at around 8:15. The movie is rated PG, but take note that this was before the PG-13 rating was implemented, and language and situations are more in line with a PG-13 film.

There will also be special pricing for this weekend. Tickets for ages 12 and older are $3.00, and kids (ages 5-11) tickets are just $1.00. Children under 5 get in for free.

We are also selling chances to win a new John Deere XUV560 Gator. Find us near the festival grounds on the helipad.

Baby Driver Heads to Drive-In This Weekend

Baby Driver, getaway heist movie, will be sliding into Warner’s Drive-In this weekend.

Baby Driver is the first R-Rated movie to play at Warner’s Drive-In since the 1990s. This movie is rated R for violence and language and is 112 minutes long. Anyone under 17 will not be permitted unless accompanied by an adult.

Tickets are $5, and the movie will start just after dusk, which is now around 8:45.

Next weekend will be the final weekend of the regular season. The movie being shown will be The Dark Tower.

Spider-Man: Homecoming Comes to Warner’s Drive-In

Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into Warner’s Drive-In on August 4 & 5. The movie is rated PG-13 and is 133 minutes long.

Admission is $2 for kids 5-11, $5 for 12 and older. Kids under 5 get in for free.

The movie starts at dusk (approx 9:00) and will be preceded by commercials from local sponsors. Don’t forget to check out the snack bar, with all your favorite drive-in food, and more being added regularly.

While there, you can also purchase raffle tickets to win a brand new John Deere Gator. Tickets are $20 a piece, and only 2,000 tickets will be sold. See any board member at the ticket booth or projection area to buy your ticket. Drawing will be held once all tickets are sold. We also hope to make tickets available to purchase online soon.

The season is beginning to wind down with only  four new movies left in the regular season. Spider-Man is followed the next week by War for the Planet of the Apes, Dunkirk, Baby Driver (Rated R) and concludes with The Dark Tower on Labor Day weekend.

Despicable Me 3 Playing July 28 & 29

Minons are coming to Warner’s Drive-In as the theater presents Despicable Me 3, playing July 28 & 29. The movie is rated PG and is 90 minutes long.

The movie starts at dusk (around 9:15) and will be preceded by commercials from local sponsors. Tickets are $5 for ages 12 and older, $2 for 5-11, and free for under 5 years. Don’t forget to check out the snack bar, with all your favorite drive-in food, and more being added regularly.

 

Kids 11 & Under Free for Cars 3 July 4th Weekend

Rolling into the holiday weekend, Cars 3 will be playing at Warner’s Drive-In June 30 & July 1.

To make the weekend even better, kids 11 and under can get in free this weekend courtesy of Pendleton Community Bank. Tickets for those 12 and older are just $5.00 each.

The movie starts at dusk (around 9:15) and will be preceded by commercials from local sponsors. Don’t forget to check out the snack bar, with all your favorite drive-in food, and more being added regularly.

If you can’t make it to Cars 3 this weekend, no worries, the drive-in will be showing an encore of the movie the following weekend – July 7 & 8.

Wonder Woman Weekend at Warner’s

This weekend Wonder Woman plays at Warner’s Drive-In. The smash hit from the DC Universe will be screening Friday and Saturday, June 24 & 25. The movie is PG-13 and is 141 minutes long. Admission is $2 for kids 5-11, $5 for 12 and older. Kids under 5 get in for free.

The movie starts at dusk (approx 9:15) and will be preceded by commercials from local sponsors. Don’t forget to check out the snack bar, with all your favorite drive-in food, and more being added regularly.

While there, you can also purchase raffle tickets to win a brand new John Deere Gator. Tickets are $20 a piece and only 2,000 tickets will be sold. See any board member at the ticket booth or projection area to buy your ticket. Drawing will be held once all tickets are sold.

LuLaRoe Drive-In Fundraiser Happening Saturday

Looking for comfortable clothes to wear the next time you go to the drive-in?

Mulitple LuLaRoe consultants will be holding a fundraiser for the drive-in this Saturday, June 17. The event will be held at the Pendleton Community Building in Franklin, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

LuLaRoe is a clothing brand that specializes in comfortable and stylish clothing for everyone. Come out early and see if you can spot a rare design.

Free Admission for Kids Under 12 This Weekend – Courtesy of Shentel

Johnny Depp returns for a fifth time as Captain Jack Sparrow in the newest Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

Playing at Warner’s Drive-In June 17 & 18, this weekend only, ages 11 and under will be admitted for Free thanks to Shentel, who is covering the cost of the tickets. Adult admission is only $5.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is PG-13 and is 129 minutes long. The movie starts at dusk (approx 9:00) and will be preceded by commercials from local sponsors. Don’t forget to check out the snack bar, with all your favorite drive-in food and more being added regularly.

While there, you can also purchase raffle tickets to win a brand new John Deere Gator. Tickets are $20 a piece and only 2,000 tickets will be sold. See any board member at the ticket booth or projection area to buy your ticket. Drawing will be held once all tickets are sold.

After Pirates, rounding out June will be Wonder Woman and Cars 3. See the schedule for the tentative movie listing for the season.

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