Wed. Mar 22nd, 2023

Folks dressed as characters from the Coen Brothers’ 1998 cult basic movie “The Massive Lebowski” took over the Windsor Bowling Middle in Windsor Jan. 23 to roll some video games in help of AVFilm.

Greater than 50 individuals attended the first-ever “Massive LeBOWLski” occasion, which raised slightly greater than $10,000 from $150-a-piece ticket gross sales and donations for the north Sonoma County-based film-centered nonprofit’s instructional applications, in response to AVFilm founder and Government Director Kathryn Hecht.

“The occasion was tremendous enjoyable, we took over the bowling alley for just a few hours,” Hecht stated. “I feel one factor individuals loved about it was nonetheless connecting to at least one one other via movie, however outdoors of a movie show.”

Along with bowling, attendees loved pizza donated from KIN Windsor, bowling-themed cookies donated from Nobles Bakeshop and drinks bought from the bowling middle’s bar. The bowling middle additionally performed the film on all of the screens and blasted the soundtrack all through the night.

Visitors additionally participated in a dressing up competitors and a excessive rating contest.

Healdsburg resident Tim Saunders received the costume contest, determined by crowd applause, for dressing because the character Jesus Quintana, and acquired a gown with a likeness of the movie’s star Jeff Bridges as The Dude, embroidered by Santa Rosa clothier Massive Mouth Distinctive. AVFilm board member Hillary Kambour bowled the very best rating of the night at 142 and received a bowling pin.

Cash raised will go towards AVFilm’s in-school, after-school and summer season instructional applications, which provide media literacy and video manufacturing coaching and workshops to college students all through the county.

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