ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- That glow Elmsford residents can expect to see in the night sky over Hamilton High School will be coming from the film "Frozen" when it is screened in the Alexander Hamilton High School parking lot Friday, May 30.
Movie lovers will be able to experience a slice of Americana when the Elmsford school district puts on a drive-in movie presentation.
Elmsford's Saw Mill River Road, where Sam's Club is located, was once home to one of the last drive-in theaters in Westchester. The old Elmsford Drive-In held 850 cars. It opened in 1953 and was demolished in 1988.
Friday's show, which is made possible through a collaboration with Mobile Drive-in Movies Inc., will include all the trappings of the real drive-in movie experience, including a big-screen TV, hot dogs, popcorn and drinks.
All proceeds from the movie night will go toward the AHHS performing arts program.
Admission is $15 per car. The parking lot opens at 7 p.m., and the movie begins at sundown. Get there early for a good spot upfront.
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