Grab your picnic blanket and camping chairs and head to the U District’s beautiful new waterfront park for sunset views and FREE outdoor movies. (No tickets required).
In celebration of the new Fritz Hedges Waterway Park overlooking Portage Bay, enjoy a free showing of water-themed movies for all ages each Friday in August.
Friday, August 5 – Surf’s Up (PG)
Friday, August 12 – Whale Rider (PG-13)
Friday, August 19 – Moana (PG)
Friday, August 26 – Dolphin Tale (PG)
The fun begins at 7:00pm with music, movies will be shown at dusk starting around 8:30/9:00pm. Learn more at udistrictseattle.com/summermovies
Co-presented by The U District Partnership, Scarecrow Video, Agua Verde Cafe, and BECU.
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Jas Keimig is away in NYC this week, so we asked Scarecrow’s Leo Mayberry to step in for a special BIGFOOT WEEK about OPERATION BIGFOOT, Scarecrow’s quest to build the largest archive of Bigfoot-related physical media on the planet. Leo’s hunting down every film ever made about the legendary cryptid, and it’s probably not surprising that a lot of them aren’t available on the big streamers.
Want to join the operation? Donate or sponsor a movie!
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