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Sonoma Family Life Magazine

The Return of the Drive-In

Drive-ins haven’t really been a thing since the sixties. But COVID-19 has made us long for pleasures from the past, and a little genie is happy to make it so. Well not exactly a little genie; more like the Alexander Film Society. The group is hosting an outdoor “drive-in” screening of a Spanish-version of Black Panther at the Healdsburg Community Center on July 11 at 8 p.m. Tickets are free; come early to secure one. On July 24 at 8:30 p.m., the group is also hosting a Wonder Woman “drive-in” at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in Cloverdale. Tickets, which are $30 per car, can be purchased at Moviegoers must only come with members of their own household, must stay inside their cars except to use the restrooms, for which they must wear masks. In addition to drive-ins, the society is also hosting several virtual/streaming film events. See for more information.