WALL-E Visits Porreco College's Movies Under the Stars

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Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 9:30 AM

Drive-in movie theatres are one of the fun, family-oriented events that are always on a summer calendar. It doesn’t get much better than watching a flick under the stars, does it? 

This is where Porreco College’s Movies Under the Stars Series comes in this summer. WALL-E opens the series on July 23, showing at 9 p.m. WALL-E is set largely in outer space, and there is no better way to watch it than laying on your back staring at the stars. Heck, you might even be able to see WALL-E and the lovely robot EVE, who ends up helping WALL-E clean up planet Earth far in the future, if you look close enough.

Admission and parking are free, so all you have to do is pack enough lawn chairs and blankets for the family, and a little bit of bug spray. After all, it doesn’t get much better than watching a flick under the stars, does it? –Lauren Griffith

9 p.m. // 2951 W. 38th St. // 836.1955, edinboro.edu/porreco-college

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