Celebrate Father’s Day

The Ruby wishes all the Dad’s and soon to-be-Dad’s a Happy Father’s Day next Sunday June 20. Some of you might remember some films that portrayed fathers at the their very best and not-so-best.  Here are a few…

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Father of the Bride– 1991 PG- With his oldest daughter’s wedding approaching, a father finds himself reluctant to let go.

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Three Men and a Baby – 1987 PG- Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson as three bachelors as they attempt to adapt their lives to de facto fatherhood with the arrival of the love child of one of the gentlemen. Film directed by Leonard Nimoy.A new version is coming out soon with Zach Efron.


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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids – 1989- PG- The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.



The Pursuit of Happyness– 2006- PG-13- In this heartstring-puller,  Jaden Smith starred alongside his father Will Smith, who plays down-on-his-luck salesman Chris Gardner. One bad thing happens after another and he’s left to take care of their five-year-old after his wife leaves him, even as they’re forced to stay in homeless shelters. Through all the hardships, Chris remains a loving dad to his son, and the ending is sure to make you cry.


Ruby News:

  • Friday June 25 at 8-9:30 PM  the Ruby is honored to host an evening of Flores de VeranoFlamenco En Vivo with Savannah Fuentes and Diego Amador Jr..

For more information:


Advance tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flores-de-verano-flamenco-en-vivo-lake-chelan-tickets-152217411375

This will be an unforgettable evening of music and one of the most beautiful dances in the world.

  • The Ruby Theatre is booking special events. Are you planning  a …? Birthday, Anniversary, Graduation, Wedding, Reunion…? The Ruby is a special place for gathering for you and your group, team, spouse, friends, family and more!
  • We are hiring!  If you would like the best job in the world, offering exciting theater experiences to our community and visitors, and working with a great team, just call us at 509-687-3210 or email rubytheatre@nwi.net.

See You at the Ruby Soon!

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Summer is here and the Ruby welcomes you with special entertainment. On June 25 at 8-9:30 PM  the Ruby is pleased to host an evening of Flores de Verano– Flamenco En Vivo with Savannah Fuentes and Diego Amador Jr.. For more information see: https://www.savannahf.com Advance tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flores-de-verano-flamenco-en-vivo-lake-chelan-tickets-152217411375 This will be an… Continue Reading

Memorial Day

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Happy Mother’s Day!

For all you Moms out there… celebrate this week! Next Sunday May 9 is your big day, but try to take all week…. if you can. (ha!). And here’s a few favorite Mother’s Day films to help get your week going in the right direction.   Steel Magnolias (1989 PG) – A young beautician, newly… Continue Reading

Wild Weather

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Our Earth Home

We celebrate Earth Day this week, and this reminds us of our amazing home, the place that offers us remarkable sights, sounds, experiences. Jungles, Mountains, Oceans, Skies and more. And we are the caretakers. Here are some films that highlight stories of our wondrous planet. Winged Migration– This documentary (G) on the migratory patterns of… Continue Reading

Run for Fun

It’s that time of year when we see more people having fun outdoors running (and walking). We want to share with you some of the best films about running to celebrate the “running spirit” in all of us. Chariots of Fire tells the true story of two British track athletes, one a determined Jew, and… Continue Reading

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