RULES AND FAQ

INDOOR THEATRES

Are your inside theatres open to the public? Yes, they are open at 25% capacity as of 2.1.2021

How many seats does the theatre hold? Our main theatre holds about 180 people and our small theatre holds about 70 people

Do I need to wear my mask the entire time I’m in the theatre? No, you do not. We ask that you wear your mask any time that you are out of your seat. Once seated, you may take your mask off to enjoy the movie and snacks.

Can I bring my dog? All service animals are allowed inside our theatres. The animal must be quiet and well-behaved or we will have to ask that you leave so keep the experience true for the other patrons. Please let it be known that you have an animal in the theatre with you so we can address anyone that may have allergies.

Can I bring in my own food/drinks? While we would rather you did not, as almost all of our revenue comes from our concessions, we try to be as accommodating as possible.

Do you have wheelchair access? Yes, absolutely! Our entire building is single level. Every ”space” in the movie rooms have been filled but we can easily move things around to sit you in a PERFECT spot with your loved ones beside you. *Advance notice would be a bonus so we can have it ready and reserved for you when you get here.

Can I purchase my tickets online? Unfortunately, we are not that advanced. Tickets are sold inside the theatre only and seats are first come, first served.

Can you reserve/hold specific seats for me? We do not offer this service except for those that have medical conditions etc that need accomodating

The movie is too loud/too quiet…Let us know! The volume changes with each title and the volume also differs with the amount of people in the theatre. We can easily adjust this if you let us know.

I am hard of hearing, can you turn the volume up just for me? Well, no BUT we do have hearing impaired and closed caption devices up at the front counter at no charge!

Is it cold in the theatre? We have the heat set at 70 degrees but it is still on a concrete floor. We suggest you wear layers if you run on the cold side and we also have blankets for use in our lobby.

Does the feature film start directly on the showtime stated? Close but no. There are usually 5-8 minutes of trailers before the start of the film.

What time do you open? The doors open 30 minutes prior to the first showing of the day

What time do you play movies? Every week is different and depends on the length of the movies.

Why don’t you play more kid movies/adult movies? I am at the mercy of the movie companies. I have a small list of available movies given to me in which I request the most popular choices. I get denied A LOT! Each new movie has a required play time of 2-4 weeks limiting the variety of titles.

Who is the little boy throughout the pre-show? That is my son, Aarin!!! He is my right-hand man! You may have seen him behind the counter helping out or even in one of the local plays here on the peninsula.

DRIVE-IN

Will you be keeping the drive-in now that you can open the inside theatres? ABSOLUTELY! We will continue to stay open year-round unless the attendance doesn’t warrant it.

Where exactly is the drive-in? It is located directly behind the current theatre building!

What time can I arrive and get my spot? You are welcome to arrive any time before the first show (if you are watching the first show) or, for the second show, no more than 30 minutes as the first movie will still be playing. We open for business 30 minutes before the very first show of the day (inside or out)

Does the admission cover all movies playing that night? No, admission is per movie. The movies are from different movies companies in which they both want their own proceeds.

Do you have a rate for car loads? No, right now we are only charging per person

Can I purchase tickets in advance? Sorry, no, it is first come-first served. There would be no way for us to keep track of cars/spots at this time.

Where do I purchase my tickets? Inside the main theatre building. You can either park and get your preferred spot first and then pay OR you can swing right up to the front door to purchase tickets and then go find your spot.

I am driving from a good distance, how will I know if I am going to get a spot? Where we cannot guarantee there will be a space for you, we have yet to have to turn someone away. If/when that scenario starts to happen, we will figure out how to avoid that problem. It doesn’t hurt to call ahead of time and give us a heads up that you’re coming

How many cars does the drive-in accommodate? We can easily fit up to 60 cars if parked correctly, however, the further back you’re parked, the smaller the screen. It will be based on preference whether or not the screen is too small or big enough for your liking.

Where do I park? You have free reign to choose where you park, however we do ask that you respect the other patrons by not parking too close and also parking further back if you are in a taller rig.

How do I get sound? The sound comes through on an FM radio station. You can listen to it via your car radio, a portable radio or a phone app. We also have portable radios available to rent for $5 plus a $20 refundable deposit. We will give you the radio station to tune to when you purchase your admission.

Can I show up late? No, please don’t! Your headlights and trying to find a spot is going to disrupt the other patrons who are trying to enjoy the movie

What if it is stormy and raining, do you still open? Yes, we will play the movies rain or shine. If you think about it ahead of time, maybe coat your windows with some sort of rain deterrent (which would be good for driving in general!) But from what I hear, window wipers work just fine too!

Do you have concessions? YES! Our full concession offerings are open and available inside the theatre

Can I bring my own food/drinks? While we would rather you did not, as almost all of our revenue comes from our concessions, we understand that some of you are going to do this regardless.

Is alcohol allowed at the drive-in? Unfortunately, no. The Wa State Liquor Board does not allow alcohol anywhere on the property other than inside the building. While we do sell alcohol, it must be enjoyed before you walk out the door.

Doesn’t it get cold? I am going to assume that it sure does! I would wear layers and bring a blanket just in case. You are also more than welcome to turn your car on

Do I have to turn my car off? Nope, you can leave it on! We ask that you turn your headlights off. Some of the newer cars don’t shut off like the old cars and you may have to read your car manual to find out how. Otherwise, we have “designed” headlight “shields” to block the light.

Won’t my battery die? Each car is different so there is no exact answer for this. I would suggest turning your car on every once in a while if you are afraid that it will. Also, definitely start it during the intermission. Rest assured, though, that we have a portable jumper box that will get you started in no time if it does end up dead

Are there bathrooms? Yes, there is a porta potty outside (which someone stole the lights off within the first two days so it is quite dark) and real bathrooms inside the theatre building

What time do you close? It varies depending on length of movies, but we are there until the last movie ends

Can I park backwards and watch out the back? Sure, as long as it doesn’t affect the cars around you

Can I bring my dogs? Absolutely but please keep them on a leash and away from other patrons if outside of the car. And, PLEASE clean up after any “messes” they may make

What time does the movie start? Every week is different and depends on the length of the movies and the time of sunset

Why don’t you play more kid movies/adult movies? I am at the mercy of the movie companies. I have a small list of available movies given to me in which I request the most popular choices. I get denied A LOT! Each new movie has a required play time of 2-4 weeks limiting the variety of titles.

Who is the little boy throughout the pre-show? That is my son, Aarin!!! He is my right-hand man! You may have seen him behind the counter helping out or even in one of the local plays here on the peninsula.