Valley Cultural Foundation has found a way, even during a pandemic, to make it “a beautiful day in the neighborhood.”

 VCF, the leading art organization in the  San Fernando Valley, has found a way to save a little bit of summer with “Drive-Up Movies” beginning Sunday, July 12, at a temporary location at the Disabled American Veterans Hall, 6543 Corbin Avenue, Woodland Hills.  

Along with the movies they’ll bring a little bit of the Sunday concerts to the event with  Emerging Artists with the opening acts beginning at 7:45 pm and the movies beginning after dusk.  

Nora Ross, CEO of the Valley Cultural Foundation, said, “This has been quite a year as a result of COVID-19 and our 2020 season is not quite as we had envisioned. During this time the Board of Directors and staff have been working on creating events that will provide our attendees with an evening out with family and friends while keeping socially responsible yet getting back to our new normal. With this new normal we have been working with the Los Angeles County Health Department to provide a safe environment for this event which attendees must follow: 

1. A face mask must be worn at all times when you are outside your vehicle (this applies to everyone).

2. You must maintain a six-foot social distance between you and others.

3. There will be social distance lines at the food trucks and restrooms.

“Drive-Up Movies” is limited to 75 vehicles at each event, attendees will need to reserve a space online through our website www.valleycultural.org.  Each reservation is $5 which will be given back to the attendee upon arrival.  

Below are the dates and movies for the season and our Emerging Artists to be announced shortly:  

July 12  –    “Artic Dogs.” 

July 19 –   “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”

July 26 – “Secret Life of Pets 2.”

August 2, –  “Breakfast Club. ‘

August 9 –    ‘Trolls,”

August 16-  “Indiana Jones Kingdom of Crystal Skull ,” 

August 23 – “Playing With Fire,”

and August 30 – “Home.” 

There will be food trucks at the event to purchase from, and a menu will be provided to each car when it arrives.  

Attendees will text their order in and will be contacted when ready for pick up by return text.

Founded in 1975, the Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission embraces diversity of talent, community, business and education, by providing live entertainment programs and events in the arts.

VCF’s entire schedule of free programming and events can be found by visiting www.valleycultural.org, or by calling the hotline at (818) 888-0822. 

Los Angeles County Health Department to provide a safe environment for this event which attendees must follow:

1. A face mask must be worn at all times when you are outside your vehicle (this applies to everyone).

2. You must maintain a six-foot social distance between you and others.

3. There will be social distance lines at the food trucks and restrooms.

“Drive-Up Movies” is limited to 75 vehicles at each event, attendees will need to reserve a space on line through our website www.valleycultural.org  Each reservation is $5 which will be given back to the attendee upon arrival.  

Below are the dates and movies for the season. The Emerging Artists to be announced shortly:  

July 12th    Artic Dogs 

July 19th   A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

July 26th   Secret Life of Pets 2

August 2nd  Breakfast Club

August 9th  Trolls

August 16th  Indiana Jones Kingdom of Crystal Skull  

August 23rd Playing With Fire

August 30th  Home 

There will be Food Trucks at the event to purchase from, a menu will be provided to each car when it arrives.  

Attendees will text and their order in and will be contacted when ready for pick up by return text.

Founded in 1975, the Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission embraces diversity of talent, community, business and education, by providing live entertainment programs and events in the arts.

VCF’s entire schedule of free programming and events can be found on its website by visiting www.valleycultural.org, or by calling the hotline at 818-888-0822.