Prior to the film, children and their families enjoyed interacting with costumed characters and engaging in family friendly activities
Orchard Beach Drive-In Movie Night
Healing Drum Circle’s Patrice (r) taught Black Panther how to play the drums.
NYC Parks transformed Orchard Beach’s parking lot into a drive-in movie theater on Friday, August 24 featuring a free screening of Marvel Studio’s ‘Black Panther.’ Prior to the film, children and their families enjoyed interacting with costumed characters and engaging in family friendly activities.
(l-r) Yelitza Valle, Elaine Robles and Judy Cortez were ready to enjoy some Brooklyn Popcorn.
(l-r) Marianne Anderson, Pelham Bay Park administrator; Kristin Zagorski-Kelly, Pelham Bay Park department administrative manager; Bob Bieder, 45th Precinct Community Council president; Miriam Quinones and Bronx Parks Commisioner Iris Rodriguez-Rosa had a great evening at the Bronx Riviera’s Drive-In Movie Theater.
Bob Bieder (l) learned how to play the drums with Lydia Zapata and Adrian Kirk.
Jazmine (l) and Carmen enjoyed a mother and daughter game of Jenga.
Orchard Beach Summer Detail police officers Medina (l) and Malavet enjoyed a game of Connect 4.
Posted 12:00 am, September 10, 2018
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