by David Mosca | Jersey Journal August 6, 2020
Movies have always served as an escape from the real world. Even getting the movie theater experience seems like a luxury from so long ago. As social distancing continues this late into the summer, people are still looking for relief from being cooped up in their homes these past few months. That’s why Bayonne’s Bridge Art Gallery is bringing the in movies thanks to Larken Associates and Gallium Capital.
The Family Drive-In Movie Experience, a recent addition to the Bridge Arts Festival’s slate of yearly events, will showcase a wide variety of blockbuster and family friendly movies in a socially distanced setting beginning Aug 8 and they will continue each Saturday throughout the month. Gates open at 7:30 p.m.
“Although the pandemic has changed many things about the way our organization operates and the types of events we can offer, we remain unwavering in our mission to bring quality arts and entertainment directly to the residents of Bayonne,” said Cheryl Mack, co-founder of the Bridge Arts Festival.