In a time of social distancing, it can be difficult to find refreshing and stimulating activities to keep life interesting. With restaurants and traditional movie theaters out of the equation, it may feel like you are cooped up in your house with nothing to do. However, with the use of your imagination and some supplies around the house, you can build your own drive-in movie theater to create something fun for the whole family.
First, you need to find a spot with ample room and distance, such as your yard or driveway. Turn the bed of your truck or the trunk of your car into the perfect theater by laying down blankets and stacking pillows. Grab a projector and hang up a screen against the wall or garage door, whether that be an actual projector screen or simply a white sheet. Pop the popcorn and bring out your favorite snacks to get cozy before the movie begins.
If your yard is big enough, you can even invite some friends from your neighborhood and community for a movie night, as long as everyone stays safe and practices social distancing in your backyard. For a socially distant night out in Paducah, Kentucky, you can experience the thrill of an actual, historic drive-in by making your way to the Calvert Drive-In.