Tacoma's Blue Mouse. THS saw it on our Pacific Northwest Conclave in 2001.

BLUE MOUSE THEATRE TACOMA, WA

Proctor’s Historic Blue Mouse Theater

Via Miami THS member Dennis Wilhelm (RS)

“Most of us have had the opportunity to see at least a movie or two at Tacoma’s historic Blue Mouse Movie Theater over the years.   Some of us have had the chance to go there regularly for decades, as the Blue Mouse is Washington State’s oldest continuously operated movie theater . . . .”

Tacoma's Blue Mouse. THS saw it on our Pacific Northwest Conclave in 2001.

Full story, another pic from a realtors blog:

http://tacomavintagehomes.com/2011/12/proctors-historic-blue-mouse-theater/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=proctors-historic-blue-mouse-theater

One Comment

  1. This was the sweetest little theater with the nicest staff! It was one of my favorites from that 2001 conclave.

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