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I Believe in Open Air Movie

Celebrate 20 Years of The X-Files with a Free Open Air Movie Screening!

Entry by Donation. Proceeds to Habitat for Humanity. Please Bring Cash.

Date: Friday, September 13, 2013 (rain date Sept 14)

Time: Gates open at 6 p.m. Movie starts at 8 p.m.

What: Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the legend that is The X-Files by joining for a block party and open air screening of the second X-Files movie; The X-Files: I Want to Believe.

Where: South Fallingbrook Community Centre (998 Valin). Right next to Mulder Ave and Scully Way. YES! Where Mulder meets Scully! Map:

Details: Join us for a free screening of The X-Files movie, The X- Files: I Want to Believe. This is a fundraising event for Habitat for Humanity, so please bring an entry fee donation.

Please bring blankets to sit on and keep warm as the sun goes down.

We have two VIP lounges for the first eight people who show up WEARING PURPLE and who claim their seats in the lounge areas first (we open at 6PM!). These seating areas take the prime spots in front of the big screen and look just like living rooms! VIP stands for Very Into Purple.

To RSVP and keep abreast of news and updates, head to our Facebook event page: I Believe in Used.

Parking is available on-street, as well as at:


It’s the 20th Anniversary of The X-Files, whilst I want to believe it’s been this long, we are surely not this old!

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7 Responses to “I Believe in Open Air Movie”


Please take this down as I believe the city of Ottawa has not issued a permit and the residents have protested about this event on our street. Street closures are not permitted due to the health and saftey of the residents without proper police and fire department involvement. Any questions should be directed to the office of Stephen Blais local MP for the area.


    Amber R Bosma

    Hi Susan, thanks for your comment. I won’t take this blog piece down as the event is still going ahead but in a new location. Hope you can make it, thanks, Amber.


Many people on Scully Way are not so stuck up. I am sorry Susan feels her health is in jeopardy but myself and other neighbors welcome you all to have a great time. See you there and hopefully again next year.



    L***, I find your comment very rude. You don’t know S***’s situation and I totally agree with her that it’s a health and safety issue. I live right by Mulder & Scully and I am NOT happy one bit, you dont have to worry much because it’s not really going to concern you.


    As a resident who had no say in the matter of this event and was lied to about permits being in place when Stephen Blais told me none had been obtained: I was understandably upset about this situation. Many people on the street have children who have to attend hockey, swimming, and other sports. It is unfair and unjust to systematically take over a residential street for a company’s personal agenda. I have no problem with people having a good time or of an appropriate venue being obtained for this cause. I just don’t like being handed a letter saying I have no say in the matter. I was not the only one who is upset I’m just the one who decided to stand up to my rights. If you think that is being “Stuck Up ” then so be it I don’t care what you think of me.

Matthew L

The event rocked!


    Amber R Bosma

    Thank you! I am so glad you enjoyed it. We had a great time meeting everyone! So much fun.

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