March 2011 A Time to Help Event

Mar 4, 2011 | News | 0 comments

Date:  March 19th, 2011          |          Time:  9:00 a.m. – Noon

Project: Maintenance and Repairs at the Detroit Theater Organ Society

Cleaning:  walls, floors, cabinets
Painting:  wall trim, projection room, portion of conceession area
Carpet Cleaning
Wall Paper 40 ft. wall
Clean auditorium seats

Note:  We need volunteers who have experience in wall papering. 

About the “Detroit Theater Organ Society”

The Society is dedicated to the preservation, maintenance, and playing of the mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ for the benefit, education, and enjoyment of its members and the public through concerts, recordings and the like.  Having closed the Senate’s doors for a short period of time, the Society is in the process of restoring the theater to the level that once again concerts can be enjoyed.

Location:   Senate Theater  |   6424 Michigan Ave.   |    Detroit, MI  48210

Parking:   Volunteers can find parking within a fenced lot on the east side of the building on Gilbert Street. Entrance to the building  can be accessed through the door from the parking lot.


Questions:    Contact Project Coordinator, Marci Fitch at 313-993-4700 x 4715 or


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