They'll celebrate the 30th anniversary of 'Dirty Dancing' this weekend, near the real life resort that inspired it.

FOX's Lisa Brady reports:

It was the summer of 1987 when 'Dirty Dancing' took us back to the summer of '63...

(Dirty Dancing) "I've had the time of my life."

The movie about a Jewish girl vacationing with her family in upstate New York was based on a screenplay by Brooklyn native Eleanor Bergstein, inspired by her family's time a real Catskills resort, Grossinger's.

That's now abandoned... But the nearby Hurleyville Arts Centre plans a fashion show, a talk with a former Grossinger's dance instructor and, of course a screening of the movie.

(Dirty Dancing) "Nobody puts baby in the corner."

And though it's now a classic, it was a low budget movie filmed not in the Catskills, but at Virginia's Mountain Lake Hotel, which offers several 'Dirty Dancing' themed weekends each summer.

Lisa Brady, FOX News.

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