251 West State Road 120
Fremont, IN 46737
Phone: (260) 495-7131
Fax: (260) 495-7004
T. Furth Center for Performing Arts is set in the old First Christian Church that was built in 1910. This beautifully renovated Greek Revival brick building is a part of the Trine University and is an esteemed venue for performing arts in town. Get set to be welcomed by the marble sculptures of Shakespeare and Handel at the entrance and check out the 23 marble pieces throughout the structure with detailed descriptions. The main level has musical objects while the lower one has a theatrical theme to it. The beautiful lobby with its fountain, chandeliers and wall scones will enchant you. This facility features avant-garde and plush Ryan Concert Hall, a concert balcony, rehearsal hall, dressing rooms and a music library.
Established in 1964, Capri is one of the few places remaining where you can experience the magic of cinema outdoors. Originally built as large a single screen theater, it upgraded to a second screen in 1986, to accommodate a diverse choice of movies. With time, the theater has upgraded to newer technologies to ensure a pleasant movie-going experience. The snack bar offers a fairly large menu of light bites including nachos, cheeseburgers, pizzas as well as cookies. There's ice-cream as well. An array of packages promise great deals on a night out. Check website for schedule and more.
A memory which is part of every childhood is a visit to the fairgrounds, mainly to visit the annual county fair. At the Hillsdale County Fairgrounds, there is music, fun and entertainment for the whole family. Come summer and the fairgrounds get alive to host the very popular Hillsdale county fair. Locals and visitors from neighboring towns and areas flock to the venue to enjoy lots of activities, competition, rides, events and much more. Wander around the lush green fairgrounds and re-live your childhood. Call for more details.
A theater that has been a part of Hillsdale's cultural landscape since 1919, the Dawn Theater is a landmark structure. Starting its history as a cinema house and vaudeville venue, the theater presented silent films, Hollywood blockbusters, and more. Though it was abandoned and neglected in the early years of the 21st Century, the theater has been resurrected to resume its role of being a provider of entertainment and culturally enriching events. Do see the website to know more.