Munch and Movies returns this Friday, August 19, for four weeks of free family-friendly movies showing at dusk in Northwest Crossing’s Compass Park. (Think Munch and Music, but for films.) These take place every Friday for four weeks, starting at 6pm. There will be food vendors and live music, and the movies themselves begin at… Read More Munch and Movies 2016 schedule
With Munch and Music now behind us, NorthWest Crossing’s Munch and Movies is starting back up this Friday, August 21st, bringing us free showings of family-friendly movies in Compass Park every Friday night through September 11th. The event starts at 6pm each Friday, and offers food carts, live music for the first couple of hours,… Read More Munch and Movies starts this Friday
It’s that time of year again, when the summer activities start back up (and I’ve been updating the Free Summer Activity Guide for 2015) and the schedule for the $1 movies with Regal Cinemas Summer Movie Express program has been posted. This is a great deal that takes place each Tuesday and Wednesday at 10am, starting June… Read More Regal Cinemas’ Summer Movie Express $1 movies starts this month
If you’re doing the BendFilm thing and/or are generally interested in indie films, tonight at the Volcanic Theater Pub, the film “Love in the Time of Monsters” is screening at 10:30pm—and if you’d be interested in a chance at a free pass to see it—AND meet the producer, director, and writer—read on! You can show… Read More Want a chance to see “Love in the Time of Monsters” tonight? And meet the people behind it?
Rebound Physical Therapy is hosting a special film premiere of Joel Wolpert’s “In The High Country,” on Tuesday, August 6th at 7:30pm outdoors at Rebound’s West Side Clinic located at 1160 SW Simpson. The film captures the life of mountain runner and free-soloist Anton Krupicka “In the High Country” of Colorado during the summer of… Read More “In The High Country” screening – Northwest film premiere
The Source Weekly is hosting their “Swayze Summer” of movies at the Old Stone Church featuring free showings of Patrick Swayze’s best movies, and tonight they are showing “Point Break”! Here’s a smart thing to do: Go see Point Break, the 1991 Kathryn Bigelow (Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) directed surf/bank robber movie starring Keanu… Read More Looking for last-minute plans tonight? How about “Point Break”?
Located over on the westside in the Century Center, the Volcanic Theatre Pub is open now, and is taking something of an arthouse approach to theater, offering up plays, movies, and live music; here’s their description: Volcanic Theatre Pub is committed to enhancing Central Oregon’s cultural environment by providing a unique artistic venue and making… Read More Volcanic Theatre Pub is open