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All types of memorabilia related to the telephone are available at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Group tours by reservation, are offered by the museum to include seeing old telephones, books and various tools of the telephone trade.
Built in 1979, the Glens Falls Civic Center is a sports arena that is home to the Calgary Flames' American Hockey League affiliate Adirondack Flames. The arena features seating for 4,774 individuals and also hosts concerts and other events.
The Glen Falls Community Theatre is a non-profit organization that was created for the promotion of the theatrical arts. The theatre has shown productions including 'The Music Man' and 'A View from the Bridge'.
The Charles Wood Theater is a traditional design 300-seat theater located in Glens Falls. The theater is available to host plays, concerts, musicals, film presentation and dance recitals by local our touring talent.
Aimie's Dinner & Movie offers a classic dinner theatre experience pairing delicious fare along with the latest feature films titles. Visitors can enjoy comfortable seating and a dinner menu featuring delectable offerings such as toasted ravioli or French Onion soup.
Open since 1958, the Glen Drive-In Theater always shows double feature movies so guests get the most bang for their buck and they have a concessions stand chock full of popcorn and other favorite movie goodies.
The Adirondack Theatre Festival is a non-profit organization that has the goal of entertaining the audience through the development of live plays. The festival produces three plays in a six-week period during the summer months.