Bike-in Waterfont Flicks, Jack London Square: Julie & Julia

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Film: Julie & Julia (the Summer movie series is food themed)

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Waterfront Flicks
“Movies of Taste”
Jack London Square
Water Street – Market Lawn

§ Movies begin at sundown

§ Fun begins about an hour earlier

Bike to Waterfront Flicks! Enjoy free outdoor movies on the beautiful waterfront at Jack London Square. Every other Thursday beginning July 7 and continuing through September, Waterfront Flicks will feature a food – themed movie and a pre- movie program with cooking demos, trivia questions, music and prizes. Movies begin at sundown, but the fun begins about an hour earlier.

Purchase grilled treats from Miss Pearl’s Jam House (10% of proceedings will be donated to help the hungry!) and beer from New Belgium Brewery, with proceeds benefitting the East Bay Bike Coalition. Secure bike parking available!

Donations of food and cash accepted for East Bay Area anti-hunger programs. For more information, visit

Recommended: Bring blankets and stadium chairs.

Details for Thursday, July 7

Julie & Julia
Movie summary: Julia Child’s story of her start in the cooking profession is intertwined with blogger Julie Powell’s challenge to cook all the recipes in Child’s first book.

French cooking demonstration by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association
Julia Child’s trivia (and prizes!)
French music – accordion player, Tom Torriglia
Raffles: Win 2 tickets to the East Bay Food Fight (July 23)
Scott’s gift basket ($150 Value) and includes Sunday brunch for two

Feed the Hungry Partner: St. Vincent de Paul – Accepting donations of non-perishable food and cash

For more information on events at Jack London


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