Canceled: Friday's Movie Night at the Community Center
The movie was canceled due to wind.
Update, 4:44 p.m.
Friday's drive-in movie has been canceled due to the wind, said Special Events Coordinator Kelly McNeill. The next movie will be shown in August.
The original post is as follows:
Tonight, the Brecksville Community Center will host the second of three drive-in movies this summer, weather permitting.
The Community Center will show “Dolphin Tale” for free Friday evening. Special Events Coordinator Kelly McNeill said the show will go on, barring rain or strong winds.
According to AOL Weather, moviegoers have a good chance of clear skies tonight—there’s just a 20 percent chance of rain this evening. And the mostly clear skies are expected to stick around all weekend.
The show is free, and concession stand snacks and beverages will be available for a low cost. The movie will begin at dusk (most likely around 9:15 p.m., McNeill said).
The first movie was shown in June, and the center saw a pretty good turnout, McNeill said, estimating the attendance at about 50 cars. The third movie of the summer, “Mr. Popper’s Penguins,” will be shown on Aug. 17.