Hudson Valley drive-in movie theaters will be allowed to open Friday as New York begins to move to a new phase in the economic recovery from the effects of COVID-19. The Hudson Valley Post reported on an announcement last week where, if a certain number of metrics were met, select business' would be permitted to begin to reopen.

so some low-risk businesses will be allowed to open their doors. Landscaping and gardening may resume along with recreational activities like tennis and golf.

While Overlook Drive-In and Hyde Park Drive-In haven't made any official announcement yet, Fair Oaks Drive-In in Middletown is planning to open. They won't have new movies until July 17th but will be playing Sonic The Hedgehog and Bad News Bears this weekend.

Are you ready to go to a Hudson Valley drive-in movie theater once they open up?

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