This cinema is tucked away in small town forest. I have been coming to it for about 30 years. Volunteers keep it running thankfully. It is reportedly one of the oldest, continually operating cinemas in Canada.
The theater is long and narrow. It is still quaint even though it has newer seating installed and a digital projection/sound system.
The snack bar offers all manner of movie goodies at reasonable prices.
It's a real treasure to have a nice cinema in a small town that locals and visitors alike can get to easily and inexpensively. Oh yes, the ticket cost is $5.00 - $6.00 I think for 3D movies
It's a bit of a throwback to an earlier age but that is what gives it a lot of charm. If you're in the Forest area, it's definitely worth a stop in.
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