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Redhook Brewery celebrates 20 years of Moonlight Cinema

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The sun is shining and the warmer weather has made its way to Seattle, which can only mean one thing — summer is approaching.

To help enjoy the long days and cool nights, Redhook Brewery is kicking off the 20th year of its much anticipated outdoor movies series, Moonlight Cinema Outdoor Film Series, featuring live music, amazing beer and great food, July 9 - Aug. 27.

Redhook will offer beer, hard cider, wine and soda at an outdoor bar, as well as delicious food options from its new food trailer, which will be serving up burgers and sandwiches.

In addition to Redhook’s menu, Stella Fiore Wood Fired Pizza and Dante’s Inferno have been invited to serve up pizza by the slice and gourmet hot dogs. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options will also be available.

Tickets are $5/person and are available at the gate or pre-purchased online at brownpapertickets.com, or at Redhook Brewery in Woodinville, beginning June 1.

Like previous years, 2015 has a great lineup of movies and bands:
July 9:
    “Office Space”— R / 18+/ Band: Sunshine Junkies
July 16:
    “Spaceballs”— PG* / Band: Mts. & Tunnels
July 23:
    “Dazed and Confused”— R / 18+ / Band: The Pimpsons
July 30:
    “Dumb & Dumber”— PG-13* / Band: The Big Medicine
August 6:
    “We’re the Millers”— R / 18+ / Band: Longstride
August 13:
    “Jurassic Park”— PG-13* / Band: Heels to Hardwood
August 20:
    “Lone Survivor”— R / 18+ / Military Appreciation Night: present an active U.S. military ID or VA card and get in free / Band: C-Leb and the Kettle Black
August 27:
    “The Lego Movie”— PG* / Family Night / Band: Yesterday’s News (Huey Lewis cover band)
* Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

‘Leaving Iowa’ is Woodinville Rep’s homage to the family road trip

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

“Leaving Iowa” is a hymn to the glories and not-so-glorious glories of the family road trip.

You hate them — or say you hate them at the time. But you can’t get them out of your mind for the rest of your life because each trip is hilariously unpredictable. That’s what Don Browning, a Boston newspaper columnist, comes to grips with as he tries to take his father’s ashes back to his boyhood home — only to discover the property is now a parking lot for a supermarket.

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All About Bees: the most important insect on the planet

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

It turns out that bees are one of the favored critters of the author of the Field Guide to the Cascades and Olympics!
On Thursday, June 11 at 7 p.m. in the Northwest Stream Center Auditorium, the Adopt A Stream Foundation and Snohomish County Parks present popular Northwest naturalist and author Rob Sandelin, who will be giving one of his favorite presentations: “All About Bees: the most important insect on the planet.”

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