A Visit With: Memorial Auditorium Tour

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A Visit with Memorial Auditorium follows Martha Keenan of the Burlington Department of Public Works through the building as she points out existing conditions in the now closed structure. Memorial plaques in the lobby for the Vermont soldiers in WW1 and WW2 and the Korean War remind us of why the building was constructed in 1927. The now silent auditorium resonates with the multitude of sports, music, and civic events which took place there over decades. The spaces used by the multigenerational 242 on Main music venue, Burlington City Arts, and the Generator echo with their rich history. What is the future of this iconic building?

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1 Wednesday September 13, 2017 at 7:00 PM
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