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March 7, 2019

Aubrey McNeil, Events Assistant
Boundary Bay Brewery

Boundary Bay Brewery Celebrates A Comedic Legend with Monthly Film Screening

At Boundary Bay Brewery, 2019 is being celebrated as “A Year of Murray.” Each month a quintessential Bill Murray film will be screened in the Mountain Room at Boundary Bay in Downtown Bellingham. The series began with “Groundhog Day” in February and will continue with “Space Jam” on March 23rd. “Ghostbusters”, “Meatballs”, “Caddyshack” and many more will be included in the screenings at some point this year.  Murray will awe audiences with his quick wit and comedic relief in classics so hilarious that it makes you want to say “it just doesn’t matter” to your regular weekday routine. Most screenings are 21+, however, a few films are rated PG, allowing all-ages to attend. Doors and bar open 30 minutes before the film starts. The series will include Bill Murray Trivia, free popcorn, giveaways and other activities. “A Year of Murray” is intended to engage both the average and avid Bill Murray fan by celebrating some of Murray’s best performances in a community environment. In honor of “A Year of Murray,” Boundary Bay Brewery brewed “Murricane IPA.” This big, hop-forward Northwest IPA explodes with a bouquet of citrusy aromas. Murricane IPA will be served during each Bill Murray film screening, in addition to a few other Boundary Bay beer styles, while supplies last. More information on the Year of Murray: Bill Murray film screenings can be found at bbaybrewery.com/events or Boundary Bay’s Facebook page.

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