The Temple Theatre is Houlton, Maine, is the prize in an essay-writing contest. The 98-year-old Temple Theatre in a small town in Maine features two screens, 400 seats, office space and an apartment.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mike Hurley—who owns the 98-year-old Temple Theatre in Houlton, Maine—will give the business to whoever writes the best persuasive 250-word essay.Mike Hurley, owner of the Temple Theatre in Houlton, Maine, is running an essay contest through January for those who want to take over his business.Well, you're in luck, because the owner of the Temple Theatre in Houlton, Maine is going to be giving the theater away to the winner of an essay-writing contest. No, you're not back in high-school.
There's finally a new guy in charge at the Temple Theatre in Houlton. Former owner Mike Hurley had been looking for someone to take over since fall. After running an essay contest that didn't get enough participation, he found someone.a former Houlton resident who wanted to buy it and return home. Katie Zarrilli has the story.
MAINE -- It sounds like something that would only happen in the movies: an essay contest where the top prize is an already operational and profitable business located in your very own historic.
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A Houlton native, businessman and writer will be coming back from New Jersey to be the new owner of the Temple Theatre. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the.
OUR MISSION is to provide an amazing experience for all who enter THE TEMPLE THEATRE. OUR VISION is that THE TEMPLE THEATRE will be the Great Lakes Bay Region’s foremost theatre; self-sustaining and considered among the nation’s finest historical performance venues.
I think we at Temple have done an amazing job of finding new ways to create and celebrate the art of live theatre, for now, in the short-term future and by making numerous contingency plans for the long term, while social distancing and protecting our staff, creative teams and patrons.
Movie Listings and times for Temple Theatre. This Cinema is in Houlton, Maine.
Temple Theatre was built in 1925 by Mr. Robert Ingram, Sr. (owner of the Sanford Coca Cola Bottling) at a time when Sanford had a population of only 3,500.Located half a block from the railroad station, the theatre was a frequent stop for the shows and the stars of Vaudeville. For several decades it served as Lee County’s principal seat of entertainment.
OPERATIONS The Temple Theatre re-opened on November 1, 2002 to rave reviews and higher than expected attendance. The theatre has consistently exceeded projections and does well. As a two screen theatre we show the best of first run films. There is room to add one more screen in our “balcony” or “backstage” area.
Temple Theater. Located on the second floor of the Temple for Performing Arts, the Temple Theater is one of Des Moines most intimate performance venues. Home to DMPA’s Temple Comedy Series and Live At The Temple Concert Series, both sponsored by Prairie Meadows, the Temple Theater offers guests the opportunity to feel like a part of the.
TEMPLE TALKS - Temple Theatre hello! from Brianna Mooney - Duration: 2 minutes, 8 seconds. 79 views; 2 weeks ago; 0:51. TEMPLE THEATRE welcomes our new Director of Education, Alease Timbers.
The Inclusion Contest, an essay and an artwork contest, is sponsored by The Maine Developmental Disabilities Council. The deadline for entries is February 15th. The Maine Developmental Disabilities Council is again sponsoring the Inclusion Contest with awards for schools, teachers, and high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate understanding of the meaning of “full inclusion”.
Temple Theater or Temple Theatre may refer to:. Temple Theater (Meridian, Mississippi), listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Mississippi Temple Theatre (Sanford, North Carolina), listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Temple Theatre (Saginaw, Michigan) Temple Theatre in Brantford, Ontario, now known as The Sanderson Centre; Masonic Temple Theater, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.
At the western terminus of Maine Route 43, Temple, with its cluster of small mountains and small ponds, lies just northwest of Farmington. Settled in 1796, it was the site of an early and strong community of Quakers. In the 19th century, though largely a farming community, it was home to three sawmills, an excelsior and stave mill, a grist mill, and a carriage factory.