The Last Blockbuster Sleepover

Manager Sandi Harding has been keeping '90s dreams alive since 2004 by maintaining the very last Blockbuster. This September, she's doubling down on the nostalgia with a sleepover inside the store. Deschutes County residents will have the chance to relive their childhoods and spend the night browsing the shelves stocked with new releases from the 1990s. Guests can head to the pull-out couch or plop down on a bean bag and settle in for the ultimate movie marathon — Nerds and popcorn included. Of course, a complete scrub-down will take place before you arrive and masks, disinfectant wipes, and hand sanitizer will be in full supply. Once the final round of guests has ended their stay, Blockbuster customers will be able to come and visit the space. Out of town fans still have a chance to get in on the action. Give the store a ring and their callgorithm will help you find the perfect flick to watch.

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