Relive a relic from the 1950's--one the few outdoor theatres left in our country. Set up your lawn chairs, put the little ones to sleep in the back seat of your car, relax and enjoy the show in the open air. I relive working there as a teen age ticket-taker in the early 50's and later, parking our Volkswagen camper van, popping popcorn on the stove, having pop in the ice box and enjoying the show w/ our 3 young children who could sleep while we watched the show.
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