West Seattle Outdoor Movies on Saturday: “Up,” and free BBQ!

Up” is Saturday night’s feature at West Seattle Outdoor Movies – remember this is now the second-to-last one of the summer, rather than the last one, because “Star Trek” was rained out two weeks ago and is rescheduled for August 28th. This Saturday night, not only will you see “Up,” if you come a bit early you’re also invited to a free barbecue provided by West Seattle Christian Church. Pastor Dan Jacobs says they’re planning on “hot dogs, burgers, veggie burgers, chips, bottled water… serving beginning at 6:30 until it’s all gone!” (WSCC is part of the regular volunteer crew that makes the movies happen – they’re just steps from the Hotwire Online Coffeehouse [WSB sponsor] courtyard that’s home to the big screen. They also sell classic movie concessions to raise $ for charity.) WSCC and its preschool are among the sponsors for this Saturday’s movie, with the rest of the roster including WSB sponsors Ventana Construction and Jackson, Morgan & Hunt, PLLC, plus Bakery Nouveau and Doug Baldwin/Windermere Real Estate. One more note: Seattle Tilth is bringing kid-friendly activities like worm bins, interactive games, and “light microscopy,” according to movie mastermind Lora Lewis of Hotwire. See you there!

5 Replies to "West Seattle Outdoor Movies on Saturday: "Up," and free BBQ!"

  • I love a raffle August 20, 2010 (9:27 am)

    just wondering if their will be raffle prizes this week??

    • WSB August 20, 2010 (9:55 am)

      There are every week.

  • I love a raffle August 20, 2010 (10:27 am)

    Do you know if it will be one winner again for all the prizes? if so I am going to buy more raffle tickets to up my chance of winning!

    • WSB August 20, 2010 (10:48 am)

      Sorry, that I don’t know. If it’s not clear in the pre-movie announcement, I would suggest hollering out a question about it (or catching up with Lora from Hotwire ahead of time – wavy blonde hair and glasses if you don’t know her – she’s back this week) … TR

  • A August 21, 2010 (1:27 pm)

    For those who are sensitive or have sensitive-type kids, and don’t already know, Up is a very sad movie in places. I went to see it with a friend. Friend had no issues other than a sniffle or two. I had just gotten married and watching a person grieve their soulmate was simply too much for me to handle. I sobbed all the way through. Yeah, I’m apparently a wuss. Whatever. But at least know what you’re getting into.

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