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I wish this was … a pop up movie theater!

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This 5,352 square foot commercial lot [Gmap] was built in 1958 and was once a laundromat

More recently it had a short stint as a weekend farmers market run by Eat More Produce (Facebook), but now stands empty.

With Will’s Pub (Facebook | Website) and Lil Indies right next door, we’d love to see some sort of activity happening out here on this corner.

Put in a stage and you’d have a spot for some outdoor concerts, spray paint an oval on it and you’d have a great DIY rink for a roller derby game, but we think it would be the perfect spot for a pop-up movie series.

Grab an old billboard or park a U-Haul on one end with a sheet on the side, invite your favorite food truck and press play – and you’ve got yourself one of the coolest venues in Mill’s 50.

Helpful hint: Get people to bring their own chairs so you don’t have to rent anything and keep your costs down.

a pop up movie theater

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DSCN2537

This 5,352 square foot commercial lot [Gmap] was built in 1958 and was once a laundromat

More recently it had a short stint as a weekend farmers market run by Eat More Produce (Facebook), but now stands empty.

With Will’s Pub (Facebook | Website) and Lil Indies right next door, we’d love to see some sort of activity happening out here on this corner.

Put in a stage and you’d have a spot for some outdoor concerts, spray paint an oval on it and you’d have a great DIY rink for a roller derby game, but we think it would be the perfect spot for a pop-up movie series.

Grab an old billboard or park a U-Haul on one end with a sheet on the side, invite your favorite food truck and press play – and you’ve got yourself one of the coolest venues in Mill’s 50.

Helpful hint: Get people to bring their own chairs so you don’t have to rent anything and keep your costs down.

a pop up movie theater