A decade ago, a hopeless kid from a hopelessly small and sad Idaho town came into our hearts. What he lacked in social skills he made up for with dancing skills, nunchuck skills and he was pretty good with a bow-staff, too. This grandma's boy turned political operative, went by the name Napoleon Dynamite and he is an American treasure.
Yes, it's been 10 years since Napoleon Dynamite went from quirky indie flick to massive summer hit. We're bringing it back for the Thursday, June 12 installment of the Inlander's Suds and Cinema series.
The beer is provided by New Belgium Brewing, the makers of the venerable Fat Tire amber ale, and keeping with that brewery's bike-theme, this Suds and Cinema is a bike-in event. We'll have special bike corral across (staffed by SpokeFest volunteers) from the Bing Crosby Theater so you don't have to worry about your ride while you're inside. ALSO, you can enter to win a bike from New Belgium.
We're starting this one a little earlier — 6pm doors (and beers) with a 7 pm movie.
So this gives you about a month to master this dance.
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