We are now open

 

We are now open look below for

the  movies we are showing we open at

7:00 and movies start at dusk 
 

  

Tune into 87.9FM to listen to the movie !
      
 


Prices are:   
 
Adults    $10.00 Seniors $8.00 Children $7.00

We open at 7:00 movie starts at Dusk !


 

    We have great food to eat so for a menu and prices
our food is cooked after you order.  So Check out our
menu before you come just click below to take you there
Concessions


 

We have a few rules to follow:
There is no outdoor cooking of any kind
Anyone in  possession of alcohol or glass bottles
on theatre property will be ejected immediately
   without a refund. 
Under age drinkers will  be reported

 

  These rules must be followed with  Corona Virus Regulations
to ensure your health and safety that outdoor theaters have rules to follow
      1- mask must be worn at all times
      2- 1 car per pole
      3- keep social distances all times
      4- maximum 175 cars


"Cash Only"
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT  Credit or Debit Cards of ANY KIND 
Prices are :  Adults $10.00   Seniors  $8.00 Children $7.00

 

 

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 phone us at 815-246-9700

 



 

 

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Welcome
We open at     7:00
Show starts at 
Dusk   

                            

 

Try our made to order food,
at great prices  !
We use only real Butter
on our  popcorn !
 


Thank you
Management

With games to play as well
as try your skill at the
 pool table we have something for  every one to play
!


 

 April 23,24 & 25

Playing First   

 



 





 followed by
PG PG
16 Candles The Breakfast club
With the occasion all but overshadowed by
her sister's upcoming wedding, angst-ridden
 Samantha (Molly Ringwald) faces her 16th
birthday with typical adolescent dread. Samantha
 pines for studly older boy Jake (Michael Schoeffling),
 but worries that her chastity will be a turnoff for
 the popular senior. Meanwhile, Samantha must
constantly rebuff the affections of nerdy Ted
(Anthony Michael Hall), the only boy in the school,
unfortunately, who seems to take an interest in her.
ive high school students from different walks of life
endure a Saturday detention under a power-hungry
 principal (Paul Gleason). The disparate group includes rebel
John (Judd Nelson), princess Claire (Molly Ringwald),
 outcast Allison (Ally Sheedy), brainy Brian (Anthony
Michael Hall) and Andrew (Emilio Estevez), the jock. Each
has a chance to tell his or her story, making the others see
them a little differently -- and when the day ends, they question whether school will ever be the same.

 

We hope you enjoyed the shows.  Please drive safely home and, come see us again soon

April 30, May 1 & 2nd 

Playing First  







 

 


 

 followed by
PG PG
Weird Science Uncle Buck
          Teen misfits Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and
 Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) design their ideal woman
 on acomputer, and a freak electrical accident brings
 her tolife in the form of the lovely, superhuman Lisa
 (Kelly LeBrock). She outfits Gary and Wyatt in cool
 clothes, surprises them with a Porsche and helps them
 standup to jerks Ian (Robert Downey Jr.) and Max
 (RobertRusler). But, all the while, the boys must hide
 Lisa's existence from Chet (Bill Paxton), Wyatt's
 nightmare of a big brother.
When Cindy (Elaine Bromka) and her husband,
Bob (Garrett M. Brown), have to leave town for a family
emergency, there is only one person available to babysit for
their three kids: Bob's lazy, carefree brother, Buck (John
Candy). While he immediately gets along with the two younger children (Gaby Hoffman, Macaulay Culkin), Buck must change his bachelor lifestyle if he wants to be a responsiblecaregiver for the angst-filled teenager, Tia (Jean Louisa Kelly)
 

We hope you enjoyed the shows.  Please drive safely home and, come see us again soon

May 7, 8 &9th 

Playing First
 













 

 followed by
PG PG
Weird Science Uncle Buck

Teen misfits Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and
 Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) design their ideal woman
 on acomputer, and a freak electrical accident brings
 her tolife in the form of the lovely, superhuman Lisa
 (Kelly LeBrock). She outfits Gary and Wyatt in cool
 clothes, surprises them with a Porsche and helps them
 standup to jerks Ian (Robert Downey Jr.) and Max
 (RobertRusler). But, all the while, the boys must hide
 Lisa's existence from Chet (Bill Paxton), Wyatt's
 nightmare of a big brother.

 

 When Cindy (Elaine Bromka) and her husband,
Bob (Garrett M. Brown), have to leave town for a family
emergency, there is only one person available to babysit for
their three kids: Bob's lazy, carefree brother, Buck (John
Candy). While he immediately gets along with the two younger children (Gaby Hoffman, Macaulay Culkin), Buck must change his bachelor lifestyle if he wants to be a responsiblecaregiver for the angst-filled teenager, Tia (Jean Louisa Kelly)