Portland Oregon: Multnomah Outdoor Cinema Presents Outdoor Movies in Portland, Oregon

Outdoor Movies in Multnomah, OregonSo, the Multnomah Outdoor Cinema kicks off another season tonight with a showing of “Men in Black”. Just like last year, it looks to be a hot night coming up, so if you can’t sleep – might as well head on into the village and catch an outdoor movie.

Good film schedule this year – I’m definitely going to head up the hill for “Ferris Beuller’s Day Off” next month, although there’s still no “Babe”. And attention Gabriel Park LARPers – “The Princess Bride” is coming up in August.

Here’s the info!

The Multnomah Neighborhood Association is excited to announce the return of the Multnomah Outdoor Cinema! Come join us on the courts of the Multnomah Arts Center (7688 SW Capitol Hwy) for another season of FREE outdoor movies starting with First Friday in June. That’s just around the corner folks, so mark your calendars now for an fabulous season of great summer flicks!!!

Gates open at 8:15; Movies start at Dusk

Snack Shack is Back!
The MOC Snack Shack will be open for business again this summer, serving up our popular Bottomless Bag of popcorn and other sweet snacks. The lowest concession prices you’ll find!

Volunteer with the Cinema!
If you’d like to share your community spirit and support the cinema for 1 night or the entire 4-night season, we’d love to have your help. Please see our website for more information about volunteer opportunities or contact Jessica ([email protected]). Also, if you have a talent that you’d like to contribute to the cinema, please let us know!

Help us Spread the Word!
Tell your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers by sharing this email or link to our website
www.multnomahoutdoorcinema.org

We look forward to seeing you at the movies!

Multnomah Outdoor Cinema – Free community entertainment and fun for all!
MOC is a joint community building initiative of the Multnomah Neighborhood Association and Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. with support from numerous community partners and businesses.

And thanks to the major efforts of Jessica Wade, this is now a grant-supported community activity, so we’re not a risk of losing money by holding this great community activity. I went to most of the movies last year and had a great time. Spent about $50 on snow cones… Think if I volunteer to dish them up, I’d be able to get away with eating on the job?

Source: The Multnomah Villager blog- http://www.multnomahvillager.com/blog/category/events/multnomah-outdoor-cinema/

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