At the drive-in
A group of children aged 1 to 4 experienced their first drive-in movie last Wednesday.
With help from parents or grandparents, the children turned ordinary cardboard boxes into personalized vehicles, using paper plates for steering wheels and tires, and bright yellow circles for headlights.
After they finished decorating their cars with colorful touches, adding stickers, cut-outs and their names to the boxes, they watched a short movie, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.
Then, just like a real drive-in, they left with their cars, proudly taking them home.
The event took place in the morning at the Douglas County Library meeting room.