Pints from the Past: Theaters of Oregon
Before the show began: Theaters of Oregon. Theaters have always captured our imaginations. Their architecture and lighting have drawn us inside. Their decorative lobbies have let us know something special was about to happen. Award winning videographer/historian Darrell Jabin toured and took photos of dozens of theaters. He researched Opera houses, Vaudeville and Movie Palaces. He interviewed historians, theater owners and directors of community theaters to produce an entertaining presentation covering the unique architecture, history and culture of Oregon Theaters.
Each year, Darrell Jabin travels more than 6000 miles, working in more than 2 dozen cities in our state. He takes advantage of these trips by researching interesting events, history and people and telling about them in presentations and videos. He has produced longer videos on Oregon Carousels, Oregon Amusement Parks, 100 Years of Oregon History as seen through the Oregon Blue Book, and Oregon Rail History. He has provided over 200 presentations in more than 40 cities throughout Oregon.
Come on down and support a local business that serves delicious food and a wide variety of beverages while you enjoy free entertainment from our delightful presenter. Doors open at 6:30 so you have time to choose a seat and order a meal. The presentation begins at 7:00!
This program is offered by the Lake Oswego Public Library in cooperation with Clackamas County Historical Society and the Lake Theater & Café. Admission is free and no ticket is required. Doors open at 6:30, presentation begins at 7:00. The Lake Theater & Café is located at 106 North State Street in Lake Oswego. For more information, contact Carissa Barrett at email@example.com or 503-534-4237.