Get ready for City’s first Drive-in Movie Oct. 30 to benefit our adopted Marines
The City of Mission Viejo’s first Drive-in Movie, Sponsored by Evolution Swim Academy, will showcase a crowd favorite “Coco” on October 30 at Saddleback College. This enchanting animated film will air after dusk on a large 52-foot screen. Gates open at 6 pm, with the movie starting at 7 pm. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division from Camp Pendleton.
To keep patrons safe, tailgating is prohibited and everyone must remain in their vehicles. Families are also encouraged to support their favorite Mission Viejo eatery by picking up dinner to enjoy in their cars.
Cost is $20 per carload, which will directly benefit our adopted Marines. Registration is required and available at this link.
Saddleback College is located at 28000 Marguerite Parkway. Entry to the lot will be available through the Medical Center Road/Marguerite Parkway entrance only. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-470-3061.
Is this event restricted to Mission Viejo residents? Or can someone from Laguna Hills register and attend?