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Camp-In Movie Night

A pop-up campground, street food, cornhole and a cult classic outdoor film | Saturday
By - posted 11/16/2012 No Comment

Catch an outdoor screening of  the camp classic Wet Hot American Summer at an urban camp-in in San Francisco at a pop-up campsite.

Rice Paper Scissors are combining their love for food, movies, and the outdoors on Saturday, November 17, 2012 for The Camp-In, a pop-up dinner (for purchase), urban camping and movie night being throwing with their Mission neighbors Alite Designs and Mission Dispatch, plus some pre-movie cornhole.

The Camp-In Movie Night
– hosted by Rice Paper Scissors, Alite Designs, and Mission Dispatch
Saturday, November 17. 2012
4pm-9pm // 4-7pm Food // 6:30-9pm Movie
Mission Dispatch – 1975 Bryant Street, SF

Vietnamese food, popcorn and s’mores for sale

For dinner, we’ll be selling fried and savory dishes from 4-7 pm, and will open up our concession stand from 7-9 pm during the film screening of Wet Hot American Summer, the 2001 cult comedy starring Michael Ian Black and Paul Rudd. A selection of Southern Pacific Brewing Beer will be for sale.

Alite Designs will bring their famous tents and chairs to the yard, but you should also BYO camping gear. Bust out your camping chairs, headlamps, tents, and little red stools if you got them.