Warm Summer Evenings and Outdoor Cinema in Missoula

We take our warm summer evenings seriously at our Montana bed and breakfast. We get out and enjoy them, whether with a dinner picnic, an evening bike ride, or a stroll along the Bitterrroot River. Since early July, movie buffs have been able to enjoy the outdoors and watch movies on the big screen at the same time, thanks to the Missoula Outdoor Cinema There are three more opportunities to do so before the screen comes down until next summer. We encourage you to get out there and experience the warmth of the Missoula community if you happen to be in town during one of these fun screenings.
The Missoula Outdoor Cinema has been bringing community together under the stars since 2002. People head to the historic Northside of Missoula, where early settlers often gathered around the first Missoula depot. The screen hangs close to where Missoula’s first grammar school stood in 1890, and where the people who helped build Missoula often gathered to hear news and celebrate events. Today, folks gather together to watch classics, comedies and children’s movies. So grab a blanket or lawn chair and a bag of popcorn, and enjoy a film with the people of Missoula.
The last three movies of the season are to be Sixteen Candles August 22, Psycho August 29, and the Big Lebowski September 5. All films start at sunset, which of course varies each week. Arrive by 7:30 so you’ll have time to find a good spot and get your popcorn. This is a great way to really participate in the Missoula community while you are staying at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast.

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