Door Community Auditorium (DCA) is hosting the Good Sense Series, which will kick off with four films on two nights at the Skyway Drive-In Theater.
Wild Horse, Wild Ride, showing Oct. 12, tells the story of the Extreme Mustang Makeover Challenge: an annual contest that dares 100 people to tame a wild mustang so that it might be adopted into a better life beyond federal corrals.
Feed the Fish, also on Oct. 12, chronicles the life of Joe Peterson, a burned-out children’s book author who, on the brink of a midlife crisis, leaves town with his best friend to do a Polar Bear Plunge during a northern Wisconsin winter.
Dark Money, showing Oct. 19, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials.
And June Falling Down, also on Oct. 19, centers around the protagonist, June, who – after wandering aimlessly for a year following her father’s death – returns to her small Wisconsin hometown for the wedding of Harley: her best friend and love that might have been.
The gates will open at 6 pm; showtime will be twilight. Performer Katie Dahl will play a musical set at 6:15 pm. Admission is free, but attendees are encouraged to take nonperishable food and/or toiletry items to donate to Feed and Clothe My People. Masks will be required for attendees older than five when outside of vehicles.