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13-24 Drive In: A Hub for Safe, Family-Friendly Entertainment

When our doors closed last spring, the Honeywell Foundation explored ways we could continue our mission to provide artistic, social, cultural and recreational opportunities for all, despite the hurdles of the pandemic.

The arts and entertainment have had to take a different shape in 2020, which has impacted all six of our properties: the Honeywell Center, Eagles Theatre, 13-24 Drive In, Honeywell House, Dr. James Ford Historic Home and Charley Creek Gardens.

While many live events and programs were on hold, one of these properties emerged as a fantastic avenue for socially distanced entertainment, community, and joy in the midst of hardship: the 13-24 Drive In.

With fresh air, open space, and poles that separate vehicles by about six feet, the Drive In is a perfect venue for socially distanced fun. Guests can enjoy outdoor entertainment with friends and family while avoiding crowds.

At the beginning of the season, we made some changes to ensure the safety of our guests and staff. Tickets are