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Milton-Freewater Drive-In Theater Opening This Weekend

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The owners of the Milton-Freewater Drive-In Theater are dusting off their projector and popping their popcorn. The owners of the Milton-Freewater Drive-In Theater are dusting off their projector and popping their popcorn.

MILTON-FREEWATER, OR - The owners of the Milton-Freewater Drive-In Theater are dusting off their projector and popping their popcorn.

The drive-in plans to kick-off their 2014 season this weekend. They'll be showing "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "frozen" starting on Friday.

Tickets are $7 for adults or $2 for kids 11 and under and that includes both movies!

"I think it's really important for our families to have a very affordable place to go to enjoy some entertainment with the family or if it's your date or just a bunch of friends to come out. And then feel like you can relax, not spend a bunch of money and really get to experience some history," owner Mike Spiess tells NBC Right Now.

The first movie starts a 7:30PM and the second around 9:15 PM. Gates open at 7PM.

The drive-in is located at 84322 Highway 11, which is at the intersection of Highway 11 and Sunnyside Road in Milton-Freewater.

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