Movie Magic at Blaine and Birch Bay

Free Classic Films at Semiahmoo.

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At Semiahmoo Resort

The following programs are scheduled for the Discovery Theater at Semiahmoo Resort Inn on consecutive Wednesday nights from 7-9 PM. Guests and the general public are invited with no admission charge.

The programs are free. It is presented by The Semiahoo Resort and Ron Miller. Come from 7-9 PM Wed night in the Discovery Theater at Semiahmoo.

Wednesday, September 18
First program is “Farewell to the Stars” with tributes to actors we lost in past year, including Burt Reynolds, Doris Day, Valerie Harper and others.
The programs will go on seven weeks ending Oct. 30.

          Your host is the former syndicated entertainment columnist and author who spent several decades covering movies and television for the Knight-Ridder News Syndicate and national magazines like TV Guide.

          The program takes place in the refurbished Discovery Theater with a large screen, stereo sound and comfortable reclining seats. Free refreshments will be provided by the resort management.

          There is no admission charge, but seating is limited, so plan to arrive before the 7 P.M. start of the evening’s program.

Patricia and I will meet friends at the Packers for dinner. Feel free to join us.
Patrick Alesse

Let Micah Mullen Who is the Rooms Divison Manager at Semiahmoo Resort know what you think about Ron Miller presenting Movie Magic at Semiahmoo.
e-mail Micah Mullen at

Come to the Semiahmoo Hotel. Have dinner then spend the evening with Ron Miller and his wife. Ron will step you back in history. You will witness some film clips that have made a difference in our lives.

You are invited to share some movies that have influenced you by posting them at the bottom of this page.

3 thoughts on “Movie Magic at Blaine and Birch Bay

  1. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Gone with the Wind,

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  2. My Dad liked to say, “In like Flin.” when he had succeeded in driving a nail into wood. He also used it when he was setting a screw in a cablet. Thanks to Ron I now know what he was talking about.


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