714 Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Landmark Cinemas of Canada
Architects: Emery T. Epling
Functions: Youth Center
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Theatorium, Granada Theatre
This appears to be a two-story turn of the century brick commercial bulding that was turned into the Theatorium on September 4, 1911. The ground floor has a facade done in the stacked stone (thin slabs of multicolored sandstone, etc.) that was popular back then. On September 30, 1928 it was renamed Granada Theatre. On April 1, 1934 it was renamed Roxy Theatre. It was closed by Landmark Cinemas of Canada in 1980.
The marquee is still up, but has no neon left. It’s been painted white, so it’s hard to tell what the design may have been. It is now the Roxy Youth and Activity Center, which I got the impression was church-affiliated.
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