Saturday, July 30, 2005

Rabekah Flea Market in Old Town

SCENE ON WASHINGTON STREET BETWEEN FIRST & RAILROAD
In a never ending battle to save their building from the wrecking ball of progress, the Sherwood Rabekah Lodge holds a fund raiser. Rabekah Hall was a movie house in the days of silent film. Many of the old fixtures remain, including rows of folding seats (but not for sale).

2 comments:

Lilly Morgen said...

Be careful! I went in there a day early and go bit by the fleas! You can still get books there for ten and twentyfive cents!!Lots of cages to put critters in as well!!

jaycee said...

I'd sure like to see one of those old movies again. Silent films were popular the world over because their was no sound, no language barriar.

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