Outdoor Flicks with the Fam

Looks like the sun is headed our way and will stay for a while… thank goodness because my kids and I are ready! This is the perfect time to plan for an outdoor movie night since there are so many great places that offer cheap or totally free flicks and have other fun activities right here on the Eastside.

Redmond

Outdoor Movies at Marymoor Park

With big screen flicks, a variety of entertainment, some of Seattle’s best food trucks and the fact it is dog friendly makes this one of my families favorites. Facebook.com/MoviesatMarymoor

$5/person (cash) or $6/person (credit). Ages 5 & under Free. Parking is $5.
Event entry opens at 6:30 p.m.; movies start at dusk after event entertainment

Kirkland

Carillon Point Outdoor Movie Nights

Enjoy outdoor movie series this summer on the picturesque shores of Lake Washington every other Saturday in July and August. Bring your low-back chairs and blankets and come ready to relax and enjoy a late night movie.

$5 suggested donations benefit Hopelink of Kirkland, a local non-profit with a mission to promote self-sufficiency for all members of our community.

Seating will be available at 7pm, with the show beginning at dusk. Get there early so you have time to chow down before the show since Beach Cafe, Le Grand Bistro Américain, and Carillon Kitchen will be there. 

Popcorn, soda, and candy will be available for purchase in the plaza.

Bellevue

Crossroads Movies in the Park and Bellevue Summer Outdoor Movies at the Park

Head to Bellevue’s favorite parks, Crossroads and Bellevue to enjoy FREE outdoor movies and popcorn this summer. There are pre-movie activities planned before each movie, so come down early, stake your ground and have some fun.

FREE popcorn, and FREE admission. The summer movies series also features eight non-profit agencies, one per week, which the audience can participate in by donating to the many programs and services the agency provides our community-in-need.

Movies are at Downtown Park and Crossroads Park, pre-movie entertainment begins at 7:30pm, and the movies will start at dusk (approximately 9pm). Check out the summer line-up of outdoor movies for 2019.

For a full list of theaters and more details on each in the greater Seattle area click here.

Posted on July 17, 2019 at 10:36 pm
Denise Perkins | Category: Denise Perkins, Eastside, Home Sweet Home, Kids, North Kirkland, Redmond, Resaurants, Snoqualmie, Things to Do, Woodinville | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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