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The Shasta Historical Society need your help documenting the life of the Cascade Theatre

The Shasta Historical Society is producing a documentary featuring the history of the Cascade Theatre, the place it has in Redding’s community, and the restoration project.

Posted: Nov 17, 2017 10:50 AM

The Shasta Historical Society is producing a documentary featuring the history of the Cascade Theatre, the place it has in Redding’s community, and the restoration project.

The Shasta Historical Society is asking for the public’s help.

If you have stories, photographs, film, or ephemera related to the Cascade Theatre and are willing to share them with the project they are asking that you send a brief description and any available digital images or scans to ReddingCascadeDocumentary@gmail.com
You can also visit the projects Facebook page at Redding Cascade Documentary.

The Historical Society is asking that you do not bring things by the office or the Cascade Theatre.

If you want to show off what you might have you can come to a Show and Tell event on Sunday at the Cascade Theatre November 19th from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The board and staff of the Historical Society, and Cascade Theatre will be on hand to take pictures and document the items.

If they are interested in using your material they will contact you at a later date.

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