I can only imagine how beautiful the Acadian night sky is because we always rose very early to beat crowds; by the evening it was dinner and done for the day! To learn a little more about this historic theater – such as the theater’s founder being a convicted bootlegger who went legit after serving his time in federal prison – read here.
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Very happy that this one has been saved…
Hope more like it are.
Old theaters like this are awesome. They have such character. Good one, Teri. Cheers
Thanks and that they do. But I will admit enjoying the new theaters with the reclining seats now 😉
They are much more comfortable. There is one near us that serves food and you sit in old style car bench seats. 😊
Haven’t been to one like that but I prefer to get my food and then go to my seat. Ordering it seemed to be more expensive and smaller amount of popcorn 😉
OMG. Very expensive burgers.
Exactly!! But I do like the ones that have bars in them 😉
As a kid, I loved Saturday matinee days in our big old theater! [Oh, did I fail to mention that there was a big old ice cream parlor called Jahn’s that we went to right after the movie?]
Very cool! There was something so nice about theaters that had just one screen (two at the max) and they were decorated so beautifully most of the time.
The lobby appeared so grand!
A place to surely visit when in Maine then! Thank you.
So bootleggers weren’t all bad?
The reformed ones weren’t anyway…
So much character in that old theater. What a great shot, Teri!