Historic Wickenburg movie theater hopes to reel in funds

posted by Michael Zoldessy on June 20, 2013 at 4:50 am

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WICKENBURG, AZ — The Saguaro Theatre stands proud as one of the oldest single-screen theaters in the state. It may not last much longer if they can’t raise $50,000 by February for a digital projector. They’ve launched a fundraising for the 270-seat theatre, the only one for miles.

Read more in the Daily News-Sun.

(Thanks to TonyTheBearSanAntonioTX for providing the photo.)

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Lynnie
Lynnie on June 21, 2013 at 9:02 am

Where can we mail donations????

MPol
MPol on June 25, 2013 at 1:30 pm

Although I don’t reside in Wickenburg, AZ, I wish the townspeople and others in the area all the best of luck in raising the funds for the Saguaro Theatre’s conversion to digital projection so that it will be able to remain open.

The only 2 non-profit, independent movie theatres in our area did manage to raise the funds for conversion to digital projection, and they’re still open. Here’s wishing the same good luck for the Saguaro theatre’s proprietor and its audiences.

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