Update: Out of an abundance of caution amid rising COVID-19 cases in Riverside County, Mt. San Jacinto College has canceled its remaining drive-in movies.
Original story, September 23:
Mt. San Jacinto College in partnership with the City of Menifee will be hosting a series of drive-in movies during the month of October.
Tickets cost $25 per vehicle and are limited to 80 vehicles per movie. Three of the movies are free. All showings start at dusk. The parking lot will open at 6 p.m. All attendees will be required to practice social distancing and wear masks when outside of their vehicles.
The movie lineup:
Mt. San Jacinto College is located at 28237 La Piedra Rd. Tickets are available at msjc.edu/cruzin.
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