Built in 1948, this is one of the two oldest drive-ins in New York State. The projectors were converted to digital projection this spring (they sold the old-style speakers to help pay for the digital conversion). The theater is built on a large beautiful field on a hill so all cars get a good angle of the screen. The current owner has been in charge since 2009. The food is all cooked to order and they are especially known for their hand cut French fries.
The same family has run this theater since 1952. As owner Frank Fisher told AOA a few years back: "I love it! I've been here since I was knee-high to a grasshopper. It's just fun. I was running the projector when I was twelve. When you do that it's just part of you. People come here and have fun. They laugh. I really enjoy seeing the families together."
The theater was originally opened in 1967. The present owners bought the theater in 1995 from the original owners. This is their 20th season running the drive-in and both owners (husband and wife duo) grew up in this area. In 2007 the theater added a freestanding ice cream stand that serves the community as well as the drive-in.
'Tis the season for sharing and giving! Between now and December 2nd we are collecting homemade or store-bought cookies and treats at our Newburgh HQ for deployed troops. Email [email protected] for more information or if you'd like to participate!
We are proud to announce that Finkelstein & Partners has taken 2nd place in the Annual Hudson Valley Food Frenzy that took place in November 2013 during National Hunger Awareness Month! Our staff generously contributed to monetary and food donations totaling 4,328 pounds! This is our fourth year in a row participating in this friendly competition with other law firms in the area to benefit the Hudson Valley Food Bank. Please join us in our efforts next year to surpass our numbers this year and put even more food on the community table.
New York has implemented a number of programs and laws geared toward serving its unique and diverse veterans. From Veteran’s Courts to Assistive Technology, this CLE will provide context for the various arenas in which Veteran specific programs and laws have developed to provide a specific or added benefit for Veterans. This program is free of charge.
"The big event is on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. You can expect two stages of live music and entertainment with top regional bands and national headlining music acts. Check out hundreds of vendors ranging from local artisans to food and drink stands - fun for the whole family!" Learn More at Albany.Com