New Belgium, the makers of the Fat Tire Amber Ale, are touring the country with independent films, beer and bicycles. And Friday, July 29, they are setting up a giant screen in Gas Works Park. Come see a film, have a beer, and support the Nature Consortium!
The short films are made by independent filmmakers. The subjects of the films are based on sustainable living, bicycles and/or beer. The documentary by Seattle’s own Sam Nuttman on the band “Millionaire’s Club” will also be shown. See a short clip here:
There will be a beer garden, with several of New Belgium’s brews to sample. You must be 21 with a valid ID to enter the beer garden. The movie viewing is free and open to all ages. A 3-oz. beer is $3.00, and a 12-oz. beer is $5.00. All proceeds will go to Nature Consortium, http://www.naturec.org. Nature Constortium is a Seattle-based grass roots organization. They hold work parties to clean up our city, and hold concerts during the work parties, among other fun festivals and interactive events. There will also be a drawing for a new bicycle! Be sure to bring a blanket or some low-backed folding chairs. Pack a picnic and come at dusk for the show. For more information, go to http://www.clipsoffaith.com.
Gas Works Park is located at:
2101 North Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98103