TICKET INCLUDES COMEDY SHOW, MOVIE, DINNER, DESSERT & A BEVERAGE. DOORS OPEN AT 6PM. COMEDY SHOW STARTS AT 7PM. MOVIE STARTS AT 830PM. YOU MUST BE OVER 21 TO ATTEND
**WHEN CHECKING OUT, PLEASE CHOOSE JULY 14TH AT 6PM**NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL IS ALLOWED
**COVID GUIDELINES-PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASE**
In order to keep everyone safe and to have more people attend the event, you must show your vaccination card at the door. Please arrive with you mask on, but once you take a seat and get your refreshments, you may be maskless for the duration of the event. If you aren’t vaccinated, please wear your mask. Please bring a camping chair or blanket. Thank you
MOVIE- JAWBREAKER (1999)
You all voted and we are delivering. The theme is 'bitchen babes be bitchy'. When an exclusive clique of teenage socialites accidentally murders their best friend, Liz (Charlotte Ayanna), on the morning of her birthday, the three girls responsible- Courtney (Rose McGowan), Julie (Rebecca Gayheart) and Marcie (Julie Benz) conspire to hide the truth. As the trio make over nerdy reject Fern Mayo (Judy Greer) and groom her to take Liz's place, crack police Detective Vera Cruz (Pam Grier) launches an investigation that will turn Reagan High School upside down.
CHELO PDX-CHEF LUNA CONTRERAS- Luna, a Mexican native oversaw two highly praised Mexican restaurants in San Francisco; Mamacita and Padrecito. She moved to PDX in 2015. She helped organize fundraising dinners for Governor Kate Brown and has been able to build strong relationships with farmers that have helped her continued commitment in staying true to the beliefs that she was taught at her grandmothers’ restaurant in Guadalajara. She started her quest operating “Chelo” in pop up format to test the acceptance of seasonal regional Mexican cuisine. Events at Han Oak, OX and Renata proved successful. She worked as Chef de Cuisine at Bistro Agnes and worked in tandem with OX restaurant on Feast, Food Network and James Beard events. Luna has fought most of her life affirming and embracing her true identity. She finally embarked in starting hormone replacement therapy after a long battle with gender dysphoria. This continued journey brings a renewed passion to the approach of staying humble, honest and real. A proud transgender woman, Luna, opened Chelo in spring 2021.
Mikiko Mochi Donuts- Mikiko Mochi Donuts may resemble a donut in appearance, but beneath the surface lies a textural experience. Naturally gluten-free and baked instead of fried, Mikiko Mochi Donuts are made from mochiko, a flour made from sticky rice, and are available in a wide variety of flavors ranging from classic to fanciful. Owner and Portland native Alex McGillivray has been cooking in the city since 2005, from humble beginnings at Oaks Park to developing an award-winning healthier yakisoba noodle now served in school districts throughout Oregon. His partner Emily Mikiko Strocher comes from a Japanese-American family with deep roots in Northern California, and every holiday season the family comes together for Mochitsuki, a traditional Japanese celebration revolving around the labor-intensive production of mochi. Over the past year, Mikiko has evolved from pop-ups to delivery, and now into grocery. Thanks to the support of our wonderful customers and a bit of luck, our little entrepreneurial dream is quickly becoming reality. We hope to continue to grow together in 2021 and spread the joy of mochi donuts throughout the Northwest!