116 N. Main Street,
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The Northrup Theatre is a two and a half story masonry two-part commercial block building. Opening April 8, 1930, playing “Footlight and Fools”, the theatre has been in constant operation since. The Chamber of Commerce purchased the Theatre in 1991 and with substancial community support has completed numerous repairs and upgrades, including a new platter projection system, remodeling restrooms, new seating, heating and air conditining, digital sound system featuring 3500 watts of digital sound, and replacing the 38'X16' CinemaScoped screen.
The interior decor of the Northrup Theatre fosters the true magnificence of the Art Deco era. The articulately painted walls, neon fixtures and color scheme, accentuates the historical significance. In February of 2005, the theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places. In April 2005, the town will join in celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Northrup Theatre .
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