As a reminder for everyone coming to the Drive-In, please come early on weekends, we will fill up fast.We have a designated play area for your children, it’s either the area in front of the screen or the area at the rear behind the cable. Please remember to support your drive-in by buying your snacks from us in the snack bar; the money we take in at the box office goes to pay for the movie rental and transportation fees.gives you the help you need to master Russian grammar, learn new vocabulary, practice in speaking and reading Russian, and learn facts about Russian culture and people.Here you will find free grammar lessons, useful vocabulary words and phrases, helpful tips on learning the Russian language, and hand-picked links to the best Web sites about the Russian language. Test your knowledge of facts about Russia, its history, politics, people, culture and cuisine.Please no playing or running in the road ways or in between parked vehicles. The money we get from sales in the snack bar goes to paying our bills and keeping this drive-in here!
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