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Creston Theatre


Address: 1516-18 Plainfield Rd NE
City: Grand Rapids State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Kent
Notes:
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Open: 1924 Closed: Capacity:    
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 5447
 
 

10/14/2018 - Bill Barrett
The Creston was opened at least through early 1968. That is when I saw The Vulture there. Saturday matinees for kids included a two full-length films, cartoons, and prizes. All for sixty cents. I still remember my shoes sticking to the theater floor.

In the late 80's the space used for a punk dance club.
3/22/2014 - Mike Borkowski
Creston theater closed 1966.
9/9/2012 - Jim Fahlstedt
This was one of the last of the neighborhood independent sub-run houses in the country This theaters got their features one week after the second run theaters did. A fine gentleman named Harry Himmelstein ran the Creston for many years. Kids today don't know what they are missing.
Creston Theatre - AN OLD SHOT
AN OLD SHOT

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