It's officially spring, which means all those amazing summer activities will soon be enjoyed by Buffalonians. Yes, it's still March, so the cold weather is not 100 percent over yet (including this weekend), but we do know that there are already signs of warm weather activities returning to Western New York.

One of the best things you can do with the family in Western New York is enjoy a movie (or two) at the Transit Drive-In.

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The Transit Drive-In closed for the winter at the end of 2021, but they will soon be opening their doors once again.

According to the Transit Drive-In's Facebook page, the Transit Drive-In will be reopening this weekend!

Some great movies to start off with, too.

The Lost City, Batman, Scream, Spider-Man and Uncharted. All of those are huge blockbusters.

The Transit Drive-In allowed customers to pre-purchase tickets online during the pandemic, but went back to first-come, first-serve at the gate last summer. For those who have never been to the Transit Drive-In, it's always best you get there as early as possible for the movie showing, just to assure you not only get a ticket, but get the desired parking space you want.

We will definitely be heading back to the Transit Drive-In this summer and hopefully (fingers crossed), they have another Harry Potter movie marathon!

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