It's A Wonderful Life on the big screen

I have 12 seats for the November 24 showing to see Frank Capra's classic in the oldest operating theater in Washington state, lovingly restored and refurbished. Tickets are $5.00 each and if we don't get enough responses, I will donate them to a group in Everett.

Dedicated to enriching the community through performance and movies, the theater features classic, horror, and noir films. Cheer on the honorable George Bailey, boo mean old Mr. Potter, and get all choked up about Zuzu's petals. Never seen it before? Get ready for a great story that will fill you with Christmas spirit, and probably make you cry a little into your popcorn. Plus, the actress who played Zuzu, Karolyn Grimes, will be joining moviegoers for the November 24 showing.
DIRECTIONS: Google Map
From I-5 southbound take Exit 194, onto Everett Ave westbound, left onto Colby Ave, theatre is two blocks south on east side of Colby.

From I-5 northbound take Exit 192 onto Broadway northbound, left onto Pacific Ave, right onto Colby Ave, theatre is nearly two blocks north on the east side of Colby Ave.

PARKING:
The Everett Theatre does not have its own parking lot. There is a loading zone on Colby Avenue directly in front of the theatre to drop off passengers. There are several pay lots in the area, as well as free street parking after 6pm and on weekends.

There are two multi-level parking garages within walking distance of the theatre. The Everpark garage is located on Hoyt Avenue between Hewitt Avenue and California Street. Parking in that garage is free after 6pm and on weekends. The Port Gardner Parking garage is located at 1712 California Street at the intersection of California and Wetmore Avenue (behind the Wells Fargo Bank Building).

This is a cross-posting from another group; I will contact those who RSVP to meet in front of the theater before the show (6:30-6:45 ish) to provide ticket/voucher in exchange for $5.00.

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    A former member

    Hearing "Zuzu" speak was great - telling us the ins and outs of the film and the alternatives endings Capra had considered. Great old theater.

    November 25, 2012

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    A former member

    Alan, I'm not sure if you're coming. I've sent you two e-mails, but you've not responded. Hope to see you there. Donna

    November 24, 2012

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