8 N. State Street,
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The town hall in the center of Westerville served as the first movie theatre in the uptown district, costing no more than a dime and a nickel for a ticket. The State Theatre opened in 1927 with a contest featuring a $10 prize, enticing entrants to name the theatre. Since the theatre was on State Street, it was named the State Theatre. The theatre and the marquee atracted many Westerville moviegoers through the years. Sadly, the theatre became a furniture store. In late-December 2014 it was converted into a restaurant/bar, which had closed by summer of 2017. By early-2018 was in retail use.
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