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Working for the Weekend | Drive-in theaters, Thinkery and more reopen

Let us help you plan your weekend.

AUSTIN, Texas — The weekend is almost here. Would you believe us if we told you that there are things to do other than catch up on your latest Netflix binge? You can get out of the house while still staying safe.

Here's a few things going on this weekend. 

Free Drive-in Movie in Georgetown

Credit: Wolf Ranch Town Center

Wolf Ranch Town Center has its Moonlight Movies Drive-in Friday. Watch "Monsters University" for free shortly after sunset. The parking lot opens at 6:30 p.m. and is limited to the first 100 cars. The first 50 kids will receive a free goodie bag stuffed with school supplies.

Bullock Museum IMAX Theatre Reopens

Credit: Bullock Texas State History Museum

See Christopher Nolan's new film "Tenet" in the reopened IMAX Theatre. Only 25% of the theater's capacity will be sold and there will be seat buffers between every group. The museum galleries and store will reopen Saturday, Sept. 12.  

Thinkery reopens

Credit: Thinkery

Masks, social distancing, and reservations are required. Plan to arrive ahead of your scheduled time to do a health screening. For more information click here

RELATED: Thinkery to reopen this weekend with new protocols

Blue Starlite Drive-in Downtown

Check out the newest location of the Blue Starlite Drive-in starting this weekend. See "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" or a comedy show this weekend. Tickets are $45 for a car slot for two people and include a concessions package of popcorn and candy. The downtown location will stay up through October.

Other things you can do this weekend:

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