The Ann Arbor Film Festival throwing a fundraiser outdoor movie night on Sunday. They are showing "Still We Ride", a great documentary on Critical Mass. It's showing first, so you can bail early if you're not into the Goonies.
From the email we received:
(A Bike-In is a drive-in movie, replacing cars with our favorite 2-wheeled mode of transportation.)
Here's the plan:
Ride your bikes to the Frieze Building side parking lot, give a donation to the AAFF, peek at the witty helmet-promoting bumper stickers, peruse the AAFF merchandise, grab some Michigan Theater FREE popcorn, settle in and watch:
STILL WE RIDE (2005) ~ 37 min
(Andrew Lynn's bicycle documentary)
THE GOONIES (1985) ~ 114 min.
Date: This Sunday, September 24th
Location: FRIEZE BUILDING PARKING LOT (on Huron between State St. & Thayer)
Time to arrive: 7:30pm
Time screenings begin: 8:00pm
What to bring: Cash, warm schtuff, bike, snacks, friends
Yes, we're in Michigan. Meaning, it might be chilly. Wrap yourself like a cute nugget in blankets, sweatshirts, hoodies, gloves & cross-country ski socks. Nothing will prevent you from cheering on Chunk et al!
There will be a place to park your bikes.
** FREE homemade bumper sticker to whoever wears their helmet during the screenings! Recommended donation $5.
See you Sunday night!
yes, we too note the irony in handing out bumper stickers as a reward for wearing a helmet.