Mohai Movie Night At Lake Union Park: Toy Story

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Mohai Movie Night At Lake Union Park: Toy Story says
Watch this thrilling, playful adventure on the big screen during a special showing of "Toy Story" (1995, G).

Come before the show for live music by Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies, hula hooping, and games!

Cost: Free!

Generous support provided by

Schedule of Events:
Pre-show activities begin at 6 pm; movie begins at sundown
6 pm–sundown: Oversized Jenga, Connect Four, Bananagrams, chess, and inflatable bowling
6:45 pm and 8:15 pm: Hula hoop performances by Hoopsmiles (Hoop Dance with Jon Coyne), followed by lessons and hoop time until the movie starts
7-8 pm: Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies
7:45 pm: Come dressed as your favorite Toy Story character and participate in the costume parade (all ages welcome)

Movie treats available at the MOHAI Café

This event is FREE. No reservation is required.

What should I bring?
A blanket or chair to sit on, a coat or blanket to stay warm, food & non-alcoholic beverages.

What are the seating arrangements?
Seating is first-come, first-served. People may be directed toward the back of the lawn if using high backed chairs.

Is there food available on site?
The MOHAI Café will remain open until 9 pm for movie goers who want to purchase snacks before the movie.

Where should I park?
The closest public parking lots to MOHAI movies in the Park are at Valley St. & Terry Ave. (free after 6 pm) and along Westlake Avenue North (free after 5 pm). There is also abundant street parking in the South Lake Union neighborhood, within walking distance of the park. View additional parking information:

What if it rains?
Please check the website, or call 206-324-1126 Ext 165 after 2 pm for cancellation notices due to inclement weather.
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By: Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)