DRIVE-INS

Yes, drive-ins do still ex­ist—and there’s prob­a­bly one near you. You get the in­ti­macy of Net­flix on the couch with­out that pesky pri­vacy. At least you get ma­jor brownie points for the 1950s nov­elty.

Fashion (Canada) - - Culture Index - —Meghan McKenna

THE 5 DRIVE-IN THE­ATRE

The place: Oakville, Ont. The price: $13 per per­son, $20 per car­load on Thurs­days The fun fac­tor: Skip the pop­corn and munch on deep-fried pick­les—or opt for a “Chilly Dilly” (a pickle on a stick)— from the con­ces­sion stand.

BIG IS­LAND DRIVE-IN

The place: Flin Flon, Man. The price: $10 per per­son The fun fac­tor: This is North Amer­ica’s north­ern­most out­door movie screen, and it ad­ver­tises that its films are played “un­der the North­ern Lights.” That’s tough com­pe­ti­tion.

MUS­TANG DRIVE-IN

The place: Guelph, Ont. The price: $13 per per­son, $20 per car­load on Thurs­days The fun fac­tor: It hosts all-nighter events, en­ter­tain­ing au­di­ences un­til sun­rise with four back-to-back fea­ture films.

BRACK­LEY DRIVE-IN THE­ATRE

The place: Brack­ley Beach, PEI The price: $11 per per­son (soft drink in­cluded) The fun fac­tor: This Mar­itime the­atre fea­tures a vin­tage Coca-Cola ma­chine, a juke­box and a 1950s Mor­ris Mi­nor car—and it has spots for RVs.

TWI­LIGHT DRIVE-IN

The place: Lan­g­ley, B.C. The price: $12.50 per per­son, $28 per car­load on Thurs­days The fun fac­tor: This is the only drivein the­atre in metro Van­cou­ver, and, ac­cord­ing to its site, you’re wel­come to bring along your “cat/dog/mon­key/ fer­ret.”

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