Bike In Movie Night June

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Spend those hot summer nights at The Side Yard Farm every second Wednesday of the month this summer. Join us Wednesday, June 14th for the first movie night of the season! Enjoy local cocktails by Pearl Soda Company and Dogwood Distilling. Slices of the best pizza in town from Red Sauce Pizza. This season's theme is the 90's. Remember the 90's? Man I wish we could go back. To kick off our 90's moviethon, we will be showing 'Empire Records'!!! Did I mention you should ride your bike?! It's a bike in movie ya'll. Ticket includes admission, a slice of pizza, a cocktail and a farmy movie treat.

In March 2016, Pearl Soda Company was founded. It was born of delight in the creative opportunities tea offers. Their four original flavors represent our tea experts' favorite experiments. Their hope is that you use these tea syrups to invent your own concoctions. Whether you are whipping up sparkling teas, cocktails, lattes, desserts, or something completely unimagined, we hope they bring you the same simple delight that we get from making them.

Dogwood Distilling is based in scenic Forest Grove providing spirits for both industry and artisans alike. One of the best additions to the craft-distilling scene is D.L. Franklin Vodka, Union Gin, Haint Absinthe, & Branch Raw Honey Rye.

Red Sauce Pizza is owned and operated by Shardell Dues. Shardells first job was making pizza and it will be her last job. (As long as you dont count that stint when she was Student Store Manager of the class store in 5th grade. We dont.) Shardell has been making pizza for about 20 years and shes so happy to own a little pizza shop that serves great food for her community. But Shardell didnt make her dream a reality without a lot of hard work, a little luck and a bunch of help. Her friends and family helped do all the things, like: wash walls; paint walls; hang drywall; build some stairs; taste test pizza (the fun part!); be the biggest cheerleaders; find, repair and paint all the tables and chairs (thanks, mom!); hang pictures; paint more walls; and on and on to do all the stuff they did to open this lil spot. Each of the pizzas on the menu are named in honor of a person who helped make Red Sauce Pizza possible. Located on 42nd Avenue. They are excited to carry on the tradition of the Cully Neighborhood pizzeria that started when Bob Cassidy opened Bobs Pizza in this location in 1971.
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