On a beautiful, July night, the Village of Lindenhurst, along with the Lindenhurst Memorial Library, Lindenhurst Business Improvement District, and Lindenhurst Chamber of Commerce, sponsored its first drive-up movie night. Village residents and their families gathered in the LIRR commuter parking lot, many taking advantage of the take-out food from our local eateries, and enjoyed the movie, the outdoors, and the community fellowship.
Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle, who organized the event, said, “The drive-up movie is a great idea to offer our Lindenhurst families a social night out while maintaining social distancing.”
Mayor Michael Lavorata said, “I was pleased to be involved in a night of family-friendly fun with so many of our Lindenhurst residents. Parents are now faced with finding more ways to keep their kids busy this summer, due to the Coronavirus mandates of social distancing. We hope to offer more activities like this one in the future.”
Pictured here (left to right): Trustee Patrick Pichichero, Mayor Michael Lavorata, Trustee Joan Masterson, and Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle