Queen Creek hosts ‘Cardboard Field Automobile Drive-in Film’ for Earth Month

Queen Creek hosts ‘Cardboard Field Automobile Drive-in Film’ for Earth Month

In honor of Earth Month, the city of Queen Creek’s Environmental Providers Division will probably be internet hosting a free “Cardboard Field Automobile Drive-in Film.”

Residents are  inspired to deliver “field automobiles” produced from cardboard and different recyclable supplies to the occasion, in accordance with a press launch.

The film, “WALL-E,” takes place at about 7:15 p.m., Friday, April 7 on the city’s Founders’ Park, 22407 S. Ellsworth Highway. Meals vehicles will probably be onsite beginning at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required.

Households are being requested to construct their cardboard field automobiles at residence or college and convey them to the film. If households don’t have a cardboard field automotive they’ll nonetheless attend.

The Disney/Pixar movie “WALL-E” is suitable for Earth Month because it tells the story of the final robotic on Earth cleansing up the planet.

Occasion particulars, cardboard field automotive ideas and a hyperlink to register for the occasion will be discovered at QueenCreekAZ.gov/BoxCarMovie.

Further sources to have fun Earth Day day by day in April, together with an Earth Month calendar, Queen Creek trails scavenger hunt, on-line video games, and free composting and panorama watering workshops, will be discovered at QueenCreekAZ.gov/EarthMonth.