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Panelists to discuss restoration success of Princess Theatre

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In September 1926, the Princess Theatre opened its doors in downtown Harriman.

Eighty-seven years later, the former movie house has been fully restored and is the centerpiece of the Princess Performing Arts, Education and Conference Center.

The East Tennessee Preservation Alliance and Roane State Community College will host an open house, recital and panel discussion about the restoration project from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 12.

The free event will take place in the Princess Theatre Complex at 421 Roane St.


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