If you've been craving for an opportunity to watch a movie somewhere other than your living room, we can't think of anywhere better to watch from than your own family vehicle. 

If you didn't read into the new guidelines added to Idaho's "Stay Home" order last week, drive-in theaters were actually one of the businesses permitted to move forward with reopening as long as they followed social distancing guidelines at all times. The order suggests that people should avoid leaving their vehicles and only arrive with members of the immediate household. It goes on to to say that  common facilities such as, concessions and restrooms should be avoided.

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Parma Motor Vu has a plan in place that they think meets those guidelines and plans to open this Friday. According to their website, their restrooms will be available but only to one individual or family at a time. Concessions will be open but will have a limited menu and the staff will take extra safety measures while prepping and distributing those orders.

Want to go? This weekend's movies are Disney's Onward (which we've seen and LOVED) and Call of the Wild. Kids 3 and under are free, kids 4-11 are $3, seniors are $7 and adults 12-61 are $8.

For screening times and more details, click HERE!

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