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Newsletter November 12th, 2020

Hello Friends,

The wind is blowing and the rain is pelting down. It must be wintertime in North Bend.

As the blustery weather finds us more and more indoors, I hope everyone is staying safe with masks and distancing. We continue with our vigilant cleaning and sanitizing routines at the theatre. We want everyone who comes in to feel safe and cared for. From the other side of the concessions counter, let me thank all of you who come in for being so caring towards us by wearing your masks. We all must remain healthy so we can continue to entertain you.

Our movie line up for November and December is shaping up. While there might not be any huge blockbusters or “tentpoles” over the next few months, we will be offering some old favorites and helping our community discover some forgotten treasures.

A fun new movie on the near horizon is “The Croods 2: A New Age”. This is an animated film from Dreamworks and follows the adventures of a Neanderthal family as it encounters a more evolved family. The trailer was pretty funny so I am looking forward to this lighthearted movie. This film will run at the theatre from Wednesday, November 25 through Thursday, December 10.

Did you know that November is Kindness month? One of North Bend’s wonderful community champions of spreading kindness wherever she goes is Alicia Messa with the Messa Real Estate Group. Alicia is a lovely person and a driving force behind the #BeKindSV movement along with the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network. Their goal is to create a positive environment of kindness and inclusion. What could be more simple or more beautiful?

The Messa Group will be sponsoring two matinee showings of “The Croods 2: A New Age”. One free showing will be on Wednesday, November 25th at 2:00 and the second one will be on Friday, November 27th at 2:00. Not only will the movie be free courtesy of the Messa Group but our Keep It Local group will be paying for a free small popcorn and soda. Now that is kindness and sharing.

Be sure to catch up on the Be Kind movement with this article from Living Snoqualmie

Until next time, we’ll keep popping!