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Parks and Recreation mother-son event takes on Star Wars theme at Adult Community Center

You may have noticed that there is a new Star Wars film that was released last month, and many people (including staff members at West Linn Parks and Rec department) are hoping to relive that childhood excitement of intergalactic war with your favorite heroes.

However, Rebels and Empire fans alike could use the force and register for Parks & Recreation's Mother & Son Empire event taking place from 6-8:30 p.m. Friday, May 1.

Sons invite their mother, grandmother or female figure for a fun night out. All are welcome to participate. May the First take part in the Mother-Son Star Wars event hosted by West Linn Parks and Rec. Get tickets now.

The fun includes building a light saber and training to be a Jedi knight or, perhaps bomb a Death Star. Maybe you would rather free Han Solo from carbonite. At any rate an epic adventure awaits. Get tickets now.

The original Star Wars series was created by George Lucas in the early 1970s and was resuscitated in the 1990s. The films advanced the field of motion picture special effects with their star destroyers, new characters and planets.

What started out as a low budget science fiction movie has turned into a mega franchise with super fans all over the world. 

With such astronomical popularity, early registration for the Mother Son Empire Event is encouraged. 

Moms and sons will be treated to fun activities and an intergalactic dinner of Palpatine's pork, Padawan macaroni and cheese and Vader veggies, with Wookie cookies and stormtrooper cakes for dessert.  

Find the droids you are looking for

This event will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 1, at the Adult Community Center. Fee is $40 per couple for residents ($50 for non-residents). Register online at westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec or call 503-557-4700. 

For details on other West Linn Parks and Rec classes and events visit the website or call the number above.


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