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Powers' Theatre: A Century of Entertaining Grand Rapids, by Jim Winslow

CHANGE OF VENUE: Grand Rapids Public Museum
272 Pearl St NW at Front Ave NW
(Because the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is closed as part of the government shutdown.)

Jim Winslow will be speaking at the Grand Rapids Public Museum in Meijer Auditorium, 2nd Floor, for the Grand Rapids Historical Society. Wed. Oct. 9: 7:00pm.

Grand Rapids Historical Society presents
"Powers Theater: A Century of Entertaining Grand Rapids"

Wednesday 9 October 2013 @ 7:00 PM
CHANGE OF VENUE: Grand Rapids Public Museum, Meijer Auditorium 2nd Floor
Across from the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum

Doors Open at 6:30 PM
Event Begins 7:00 PM

FREE Event
FREE Parking (Park Free in Public Museum Ramp on Front Ave NW)
Open to The Public

Powers' Theatre: A Century of Entertaining Grand Rapids, includes early histories of Civic Players and Jack Loeks Theatres (Celebration Cinema) Many may remember it as Midtown Theatre (1948–1979).

https://www.facebook.com/GrandRapidsHistoricalSociety/events

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