Kenmore outdoor movie moved indoors to Bastyr University auditorium

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

The Kenmore free movie event (Black Panther) will still be Wednesday night, August 22, 2018 but will now be indoors at the Bastyr University Auditorium, 14500 Juanita Dr NE in Kenmore

As of Tuesday afternoon, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has declared that: “air pollution is still at UNHEALTHY levels throughout the Puget Sound region. With a high pressure weather system over our region pushing the smoke down, we expect UNHEALTHY levels to continue on well into Wednesday.”

For safety reasons, our team has made the decision to move the movie night indoors... we are so fortunate to have a great community partner in Bastyr!

Important details:
  • Activities start in the “common room” space outside of the auditorium starting at 8:00pm. 
  • The movie will begin at 8:30pm. 
  • There is a maximum of 245 seats available in the auditorium. 
  • Wristbands will be given to attendees on a first come, first serve basis. 
  • Wristbands are required for admittance into the auditorium. They can be picked up at the Event Info Booth outside of the auditorium starting at 8:00pm Wednesday night. 
  • The public may not enter the building to obtain their wristband(s) until 8:00pm. The public may not lineup anywhere on Bastyr University’s campus before 8:00pm. to obtain their wristband. 
  • Parking is free and available at Bastyr University. Attendees should follow signage when they arrive. 
  • Food and drink are allowed in the auditorium, however we ask everyone to be careful to not spill anything and to clean-up their space after the movie. 
  • Food and drink vendors will not be onsite for tomorrow’s movie. 
  • Chairs are not allowed. Auditorium seating will be provided. 
  • Service animals only; no pets. 
  • No alcohol. 

Questions can go to: Shelby Krogh, Volunteer and Events Supervisor, This information is also posted at Kenmore Movies at The Square


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