Photographer to show work at Flanders center
WOODBURY — “The Great American Drive-in Theater – A Photographic Perspective,” will be presented by Woodbury resident, photographer and writer Carl Weese, who will speak on that great American icon, the drive-in theater.
Once numbering at 4,000 and found in every corner of the country, there are now fewer than 400 remaining in operation today. The program will be held Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Woodbury Library, 269 Main St. South, Woodbury.
Long fascinated by drive-in theaters Weese will showcase a photographic presentation on a selection of the 200 black and white photos he has taken of them over nearly 20 years from states all across the country.
He will also be sharing their interesting history, and providing insight and anecdotes.
Donations will be accepted to help defray Flanders’ programming expenses. In keeping with the movie theme, there will be popcorn for all attending.
For more information and to pre-register, contact Flanders at 203-263-3711, Ext. 10.