OSWEGO – The Oswego County Historical Society proudly presents the annual Classic Movie Night event featuring the popular Alfred Hitchcock classic film noir “Strangers on a Train” on October 11 at 7 p.m. at the historic Oswego Theatre.
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All proceeds will support the ongoing maintenance and preservation of the Richardson-Bates House Museum in Oswego.
The tickets are donation of $20 and available in advance at the Oswego Theatre at 138 W. Second St., River’s End Bookstore at 19 W. Bridge St. and Byrne Dairy at 97 W. Bridge St.
The movie will be shown in the main auditorium of the historic Oswego Theatre, which was designed by prolific international theatre architect John Eberson in the Art Deco design.
It opened to the public in January of 1941 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
There will be special door prizes connected with the movie, along with a souvenir ticket and program.
A Charles Hubert skeleton dial pocket watch generously donated by JP Jewelers of Oswego will be a raffle item to take chances on.
For more information, visit www.rrbhousemuseum.org or contact the Richardson-Bates House Museum at 315-343-1342.