300 N. First Avenue,
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The Panida, opened in 1927, derives its name from “the PANhandle of IDAho”. Except for early vaudeville, it showed movies until the mid-1980s when it fell into a state of disrepair.
In 1985, through fund raising and citizen involvement, it began its trip back from the brink.
Today, its program lists a combination of art movies, pop and classical concerts, and live theater. The Friends of the Panida, in this community of 6,000 and county of 32,000, provide for the operation of the theater.
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