November 11, 2020

Gatlin Beemus, Digital Marketing Manager
Mount Baker Theatre

Celebrate The Mount Baker Theatre's Movie Palace Roots with the Return of Films to the Main Stage Screen

Mount Baker Theatre’s Movie Palace Holiday Classic film series kicks off the day after Thanksgiving! Join us for a different holiday movie every Friday at 7:00 p.m. from November 27 to December 25, and don’t miss the “grand finale” fundraiser—a special screening on New Year’s Eve benefitting Mount Baker Theatre’s Countdown to Curtain campaign on Thursday, December 31st at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now.

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You can still have a memorable night out at MBT this winter! Opening its doors for the first time since March the Mount Baker Theatre, in Downtown Bellingham, is thrilled to present a selection of classic holiday films for you to enjoy safely in our treasured historic building.

In 1927, Mount Baker Theatre was built as a movie palace with state-of-the-art projection and a giant Wurlitzer organ. Today, we welcome you back to experience your favorite holiday films while enjoying the complete Theatre experience with buttery popcorn, in-seat refreshments, holiday decor galore, and the return of the mighty Wurlitzer for your pre-show entertainment!

As always, your safety is our first priority. All MBT Movie Palace showings will operate at less than the recommended 25% capacity (16.6% to be precise) to ensure social distancing, with extensive safety guidelines in place. Read more about MBT’s safety guidelines at

Read more on MBT’s Countdown to Curtain campaign at

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