West Seattle Outdoor Movies beams up ‘Star Trek’ tomorrow

That’s one of the official trailers for last year’s “Star Trek” movie, which is tomorrow night’s big feature at West Seattle Outdoor Movies (co-sponsored by WSB) in the courtyard next to Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor). There’s music before the movie, Dream Date with Paul Fischer, “performing his original pop songs with the help of Steve Moore,” according to Hotwire’s Lora Lewis. Featured sponsors for the night: Martha L. Davis, Highline Therapy Services, and West Seattle Music Studio. The movie’s free, but bring a few dollars so you can buy tickets for the raffle benefiting forest-restoring Nature Consortium, with prizes donated by Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor), Shadowland, Elliott Bay Brewery and Hotwire, and also for concessions, which also are nonprofit fundraisers. The movie’s at dusk – which keeps getting earlier, but you don’t want to show up at the last minute, anyway – the crowd’s usually pretty big; come stake out a spot sooner rather than later. One note: IF it rains or threatens to – there is NO indoor backup this year, so a rainout is possible; if the weather looks dicey, we will have the latest info here on WSB (as well as updates on our Twitter and Facebook pages).

4 Replies to "West Seattle Outdoor Movies beams up 'Star Trek' tomorrow"

  • livingunderthatbridge August 6, 2010 (7:02 pm)

    Going rain tomorrow by the way.

    • WSB August 6, 2010 (7:05 pm)

      As mentioned in the story, there is a possibility in the forecast. Not strong, though, and if I were a betting woman, I’d bet we might be spared. Nonetheless, that’s why we ask that you check here (or Twitter or Facebook, whatever’s more convenient) … Lora will get us the up-to-the-minute decision on whether it’s on/off … TR

  • grr August 7, 2010 (1:03 am)

    best movie ever. Hope it doesn’t rain.

  • livingunderthatbridge August 7, 2010 (1:09 pm)

    It isn’t the best movie ever..

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