The drive-in movie harkens back to a simpler time. If you are a fan of the old drive-in experience that seems to have all but disappeared from the today’s landscape, as well as a fan of hockey, then you’re in luck. Canada’s Drive-In is coming to the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa for a one night only screening of THE ROCKET. The award-winning Canadian film is about hockey legend Maurice Richard. The blog team at Panoramic Properties has all the info that you need to know before you go!
This special event is part of the Ignite 150. A series of 17 spectacular, innovative, breathtaking, and unforgettable events that will take place in surprising and unusual locations across Ottawa all year long.
The aviation hanger at the Canadian Air and Space Museum will be transformed into a giant movie screen for a one magical evening, on April 19th, 2017. This state-of-the-art outdoor event can be experienced from the comfort of your car, which is a relief because we all know that Ottawa can still be chilly in April. The film will be presented in French with English subtitles. Get your tickets now!
This special event kicks off at 6:30pm with a pre-show talk with the director of THE ROCKET, Charles Binamé, the movie will begin at 8pm. This event is also your chance to meet and greet with Montreal Canadiens hockey greats Serge Savard and Jean-Guy Talbot. Talbot was a former teammate of Maurice Richard and Serge Savard served as president of the Maurice Richard Foundation. Between the two, they have a combined 15 Stanley Cup® Championships!
The Panoramic blog team hopes you have the time of your life at this once-in-a-lifetime event. For information on Panoramic Properties for rent in Ottawa, including the comfort and convenience of Baseline (1785-1815 Baseline Road), please visit our website.