The Maynard Sesquicentennial Committee invites you to join us for a Drive-In Movie on October 3 at 7pm at the Beijing Royal School Parking Lot, 111 Powder Mill Road (the road entrance is between the storage company and Wendy’s. There will be a sign and a volunteer.) The movie starts at 7pm, “doors” open at 6:15pm.
We are excited to offer a free, socially distanced viewing of Back To The Future on the big (outdoor) screen. The event – sponsored by the Committee and the Maynard Fine Arts Theater Place, and in partnership with the Beijing Royal School, Maynard Cultural Council and the Maynard Film Festival – is a free event to celebrate the town of Maynard and offer a fun, safe community activity.
Drive-In Movie Update!
Good news! The Maynard Sesquicentennial Committee secured a new, larger location for the Drive-in this weekend so all are welcome. Pre-registration is no longer required. The Beijing Royal School has generously offered their large parking lot for the Event.
Here is the plan:
This event is FREE, however, donations to support the upcoming Sesquicentennial celebrations are greatly appreciated.
There will be a booth at the event with Sesquicentennial merchandise for sale. You can pay with Cash, Check or Venmo.
Attendees will be expected to adhere to social distancing rules and regulations including mask use outside cars.
You must be in a car, on foot attendees will not be allowed.
Please try to arrive before 7pm (when the movie starts). We will begin admitting cars in at 6:15. Spots are “first come, first served”.
Larger cars and trucks will be directed to the back for optimal viewing for all.
You will be able to tune into an FM radio station to hear the movie in your car, through the radio.
There will be no public restrooms on site.
There will be no food available for purchase. please feel free to bring your own snacks!
swag purchases help fund our 150th anniversary events
T-Shirts can be purchased the the Middlesex Savings Bank (on Nason Street)
More items coming soon!
the people behind the events
Molly Bergin, co-chair
Lindsay McConchie, co-chair
Charles Caragianes – Maynard Public Schools
David Griffin – Maynard Historical Society
Formed in September 2017, the Sesquicentennial Steering Committee meets every month to help plan out the activities and fundraising for the 150th anniversary.