Doors open at 6:00 pm with a children’s short at 6:15 and the main movie at 7. Free admission. Volunteers will be selling popcorn, candy and other movie fare. Bring blankets and pillows or sit in our chairs. This is an all ages event. Bring your friends, family and neighbors.
Children’s Movie Hint: In this 1966 animation (26 minutes) a grumpy hermit hatches a plan to steal Christmas from the Whos of Whoville.
Movie hint: In this 2004 G (100 minutes) feature, a young hero boy on Christmas Eve boards a powerful magical train that’s headed to the North Pole and Santa Claus’s home.
Thanks to the efforts of Megan Thorberg, there are now bike racks on the corner of 12th and Holden. Hopefully this will help encourage people to ride their bikes to events at HPIC. These racks belong to the city, so they can be used by anyone. They just happen to be very convenient for us!
Kay and Piper pose to add scale to the photographs by Peter de Lory.
The SDOT crew working the night of December 9th to install the racks.
6 pm. The Not-So-Silent Night Parade.
Assemble in the parking lot at 6pm. Bring noisemakers, flashlights, lanterns, umbrellas – whatever is necessary! Parade starts when everyone is ready!
The Sage Comet Performance, A Festival of Light.
The performance will begin after everyone has returned from the Parade.
DJ Doctor Lehl and DJ Evan will host The Dance Extravaganza from 8 pm until 2016, administering to our needs.
9 PM Costume Contest!We encourage everyone to dress up or come in costume. There will be cash prizes ( for the best costumes: 1st Place: $100, 2nd Place: $50 and 3rd Place: $25! Results to be determined by our unimpeachable judges and popular acclaim. We are doing this early enough so that the kids can also participate.
Keepsake photos by RL Carroll.
Your favorite local beer on tap, wine by the glass and a Champagne Bar with liqueurs and fresh fruit. Non-alcoholic drinks also available.
Let’s rock this New Year’s Eve! It’s going to be a good year!
We may need a few volunteers to help direct traffic and keep the parade marchers safe. To volunteer as a crossing guard, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DJ Dr. Lehl will be setting the mood until 7:00 pm, between and after band sets.
7:00PM: High Wired NoNetperforms, playing groove-oriented originals mixed with TV, movie, and video game themes, and even some jazz standards.
8:15PM: Danny Newcomb & The Sugarmakersperforms. This should be one of those bands where you wonder if you have had “one too many Lucilles” or if they are really performing at HPIC. If you want a taste, watch this recording made at KEXP.
Their last song of the night at HPIC:
DJ Dr Lehl spinning the late night set at HPIC (Photo Courtesy of Peter de Lory):
A crowd says goodnight in the gardens at HPIC (Photo Courtesy of Peter de Lory):
Draft beer, wine and special cocktail! As always, we offer a wide assortment of non-alcoholic beverages as well.
This month’s special cocktail– The Cranberry Sparkler. Vodka infused with oranges and Rosemary, topped with sparkling cranberry juice. Talk about the Holiday Spirit!
Green Guidance – Walking or bicycling to the event is encouraged. It’s green, it makes the neighbors happier and provides a safe walk home!
Parental Guidance – There are toys and games set up on tables. Parents, please be aware of your child’s activities. Activities such as ball throwing and chasing games are discouraged.