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Proceeds from Sunday Drive-In Movie Night to Feed Queens Residents in Need

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June 12, 2020 By Allie Griffin

Queens residents can enjoy a drive-in movie in Long Island Sunday, while supporting their neighbors in need.

The nonprofit Commonpoint Queens is hosting a drive-in screening of the 1996 hit Space Jam in Great Neck Sunday.

Tickets cost $35 per car, with all proceeds going towards the Commonpoint Queens Food Pantry to provide fresh groceries and hot meals for seniors and community members in need. Tickets must be purchased in advance online.

The movie screening begins at 8:30 p.m. at Leonard’s Palazzo, located at 555 Northern Blvd. in Great Neck.

Organizers advise attendees to arrive as early as 7:30 p.m. to fill the lot. Parking spots are first come, first serve and the last car will be allowed in at 8:15 p.m.

Attendees cannot leave their cars unless switching seats or to sit on the hood of the car. No chairs are permitted.

Bathrooms are available for emergency use.

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