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Arlee Theater Trivia Night
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Date/Time
Saturday, September 7th 2013
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location
Arlee Theater

The Arlee Theater in Mason City is hosting a Trivia Night 09/07/13 to kick off our “Going Digital” fund raising. The Arlee is a recently restored theater from the 1930s with much of the original Art Deco themes. While we appreciate the nostalgia of film, digital projection will provide better picture and sound quality plus we will be able to get new movies sooner as many studios are converting to digital only and moving away from film. In order for us to make this upgrade we are asking for your help. The estimated cost for this upgrade is $75,000. We do not plan to raise our prices because we want to continue to offer affordable family entertainment to the community. Please join us for a night of fun and test your trivia skills!  We encourage teams of 6-10 (if you don’t have a team, come anyway and we’ll find one for you!) and cost is $10 per person to play.  To register your team in advance, please call 217-482-3137.  We will also have a silent auction and 50/50 drawing at the event.  Doors open at 6:00 and the game starts at 7:00

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