Big things Happening in Hart!

Gail and Dale Zieger, owners of Dale and Gail’s Music and Art Gallery, 27 State St., in downtown Hart have been showing off their recently renovated theater.  This theater is a restoration of the old Hart Theater that features seating for 90 and a stage with a grand piano and the Ziegers’ pride and joy - a magnificent four-manual theater organ that Dale built himself over a 7 year period. Gail and Dale are showing Silent Movies with Live Organ Accompany every Friday evening at 7:00pm from now until Christmas.  Gail and Dale first showed The Phantom of the Opera, which sold out in just 3 days!  Last week’s film was The Mark of Zorro.  These silent movies are becoming a big event for Hart.  Dale and Gail's Music and Art Gallery was awarded the designation as the "2016 Up and Coming Business of the Year" As a for-profit business that demonstrates achievement and innovation in management, workplace excellence and product line, and has a commitment to growing in the Hart Main Street Area. Quite an exciting Honor for both Dale and Gail.  In addition Dale was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation Award as 2016 Hart Main Street Volunteer of the year.

Mark your calendars and call for reservations 231-301-8089

Here is a list of the films to be featured:

Nov11- Buster Keaton Go West
Nov 18- Charlie Chaplin Gold Rush
Nov 25- Buster Keaton The General
Dec 2- Laurel and Hardy The Music Box
Dec 9- Lon Chaney The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Dec 16- Laurel and Hardy Big Business

To add to the fun, Kristi’s Pour House at 211 E Main St in Hart has partnered up with Gail and Dale by having a 1920’s theme at their restaurant on movie nights.  The entire wait staff will be dressing in 20’s apparel and they will feature drink specials before the shows.  Pictured below is some of the wait staff at Kristi's Pour House dressed up in their 20's Apparel and the owners Dale and Gail Zieger.

 by Sue Payne 231-873-6636

Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt

SuePayneHomes.com

      

1 Comment

  1. denaze 11/21/2016 at 11:37 PM

    I loved The Mark of Zorro! The music was fantastic. They encourage audience participation of dressing in the 20's fashion and also cheering, booing and hissing at the heroes and the villains! What fun it was! Great place to celebrate our cool town!

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