Venture into any small town and you will most likely see the remnants of an old movie theater. Many are closed, victims of television, changing lifestyles and sprawling shopping malls with their multi-screen cinemas. Yet the nostalgia remains for that bygone era when horse and carriage brought folks to town to see the latest Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks or Harold Lloyd.
The Old Globe Theater, built in 1910 was originally a garage for horse and carriage and eventually served as the neighborhood movie theater until at least the 1950′s. The Patton family preserved the buildings history and brought it into the 20th century as a bistro, gift shop and cultural center, supporting local artists and musicians.