210 Bridge Street,
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Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (Official)
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Park Theatre
Opened in October 1938, this was a conversion of the Community House and fire station, by the Harden Theatres chain. It opened as the Park Theatre.
This was a typical small town movie theater in Narrowsburg, NY in Sullivan County until the 1964, when it was closed as a movie theatre. It had a good clientele in the summer months. I don’t even know if it was open in the winter. We used to go to see the shows on our nights off from Ten Mile River Scout Camps nearby. It was a small non-descript theater that shared a building with the Narrowsburg Fire department and often you’d hear the fire engines. It was located adjacent to the main line of the Erie RR and train noise was also a factor. Great fun! As this area has gentrified, the building is now used for concerts and operas and is known as the Tusten Theatre.
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