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August 13th, 2018

Too hot to hit the trails? Go catch a movie instead!

Enjoy air conditioning, snacks, and cold drinks while avoiding that hot summer sun. With the 100 degree temperatures climbing, stay cool this summer and hit one of the 5 fantastic movie theaters in Central Oregon.

Redmond Cinemas
1535 SW Odem Medo Rd Redmond, OR 97756
         Our little local movie theater boasts four theaters with four different movie showings. Expect candy, local Humm Kombucha, and of course popcorn for sale here.
Admission Prices:
Matinee (showings before 6pm): $8
General Admission (after 6pm): $10
Children 2 & under: FREE
Children (3-11) & Seniors (62+): $7
Secret Tip: Thrifty Tuesday Special: $6 any movie, anytime! (Some restrictions may apply)
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Sisters Movie House
720 S Desperado Ct, Sisters, OR 97759
The Sisters Movie House often shows not only popular but also independent, documentary, and foreign films in its four theaters. At the concession stand pick up a local beer, cider, or wine or grab a bite from their wide menu including burgers, pizza, wraps for the health conscious, and more.

Admission Prices:General Admission: $10.25
Matinees (First showing of the day): $8.50
Senior Citizens (62+): $8.50
Students (with valid ID) & Children: $7.50
Special Events (all sales final): $12.50/$15.00
Tip: This movie house is nestled right next to Three Creeks Brewery, go grab a beer with your friends before the show!

Regal Cinemas at Old Mill
         680 Powerhouse Dr. Bend, OR 97702
         This theater isn’t lacking! Current movies, cinema art, special limited engagement movies, and much more are available at this location, see online to find out movie times. Imax, 3D and standard movies are also available at this location.
Admission Prices:
Matinee (showtimes before 4pm): $9.70
Seniors (60+) & Children (3-11): $9.70
General Admission: $12.20
Student & Military Discount available!
Tip: Summer Movie Express is here! $1 movie showings at 10:00am Tuesdays & Wednesdays until the end of August with the choice of two older children’s movies, with some proceeds going to Will Rogers Institute.

 Tin Pan Theater
Tin Pan Theater
         869 NW Tin Pan Alley, Bend, OR 97703
         This single screen theater is a fantastic gem in Central Oregon, showing current movies to documentaries and even locally made movies. Tin Pan serves snacks and beer in their charming arthouse cinema.
Admission Prices:
Varies, please contact the theater for pricing (541) 241-2271
Tip: During the month of May is when this theater hosts ‘Speghetti Westerns” with, you guessed it, western movies and an all-you-can-eat spaghetti bar including salad and bread. Tickets are $10 at the door, come hungry!

McMenamins Theater
         700 NW Bond St, Bend, OR 97703
         The McMenamin’s St. Francis theater is uniquely housed in the parish hall of an old catholic school where a full service bar, sofas, and lounge chairs welcome movie-goers to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
Admission Prices:
General Admission: $4
Children 2-12: $2
After 6 p.m., minors (under 21) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 21 years of age or older.
Tip:Second run movies make this theater one of the more affordable options. Wednesday nights are Pizza & Pint nights (21 and over), grab a jumbo slice, a side salad, and a pint of beer for only$10 per person!

Pine Theater
         216 N Main St, Prineville, Oregon
         This little treasure in downtown Prineville houses both upstairs and downstairs theater screens showing current movies and make sure to check out their horseshoe walk of fame out front under the marquee.
Admission Prices:
Adults: $9.00
Senior, Military, Children (Under 12): $8.00
Matinee Movie (Before 3:45 pm): $8.00
Tip: Pine theater opens 30min before the first showing. You can get great deals on concession packs in three sizes (Popcorn, Candy, Beverage): $5.00, $6.50, $13.00.
And soon… Odem Theater in Downtown Redmond!