We saw the "Pirates" a claymation that held the attention of a
2 1/2 year old for about thirty minutes. We enjoyed the movie experience anyway. Apparently an orange soda and a box of popcorn can make up for a lot. This theater is in an old building that has been remodeled inside. The seats have drink holders, the floor was exceptionally clean (we got plenty of chances to check it out when the movie was boring) and they had booster seats for young kids, a nice touch I hadn't seen before. Counting the two of us there were four people in the audience.
Realistically our walk to the theater was almost as much fun for the participants as the movie. We jogged, trotted, and practiced our street crossing skills. "Brave" and "Snow White" are coming, we may try again, or we may move on to other more engaging activities.
I am enjoying all the older buildings. There are some lovely restored homes. I have seen these two stained glass windows, one at the Pilgrim's Holiness and the other at the Assembly of God. I hope I can go inside to see what they look like from inside the building. I think the Assembly building was a Methodist Church before it became an Assembly, there was a dedication inscription in the foundation that seemed to indicate that.
|Pilgrim Holiness (top shows crown w/dove|
|Assembly of God (formerly Methodist building)|