Two for the Price of…FREE!

VR Body Image 2Restore Oregon has partnered with Oregon Heritage to offer a FREE regional membership in the League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) and Restore Oregon. This is an exclusive offer for historic Oregon theaters!

Our work with historic theaters started with a survey in 2015, continued with regional theater workshops throughout the state in 2016, and now expands to offer a dual membership which will start April 1st, 2017 and end March 31st, 2018. Perks of this membership combo include:

  • Belonging to a growing network of more than 300 historic theaters across North America.
  • Access to hundreds of professionals with extensive knowledge, experience and wisdom in historic theater rescue, rehabilitation, operations and sustainability.
  • One membership benefits your entire organization, not just one individual. As many staff and/or board members as you designate may access online resources.
  • Share resources, information and advice online with 400+ peers through the LHAT-CHAT NETWORK, a customized online community where members interact and collaborate to discuss innovative ideas, opportunities and challenges historic theaters face.
  • Online Theater Resources – archived articles, conference and seminar presentations and handouts, member survey results, sample
  • manuals, agreements, templates, job descriptions and much more!
  • Free, on-demand webinars
  • Free membership

Restore Oregon

  • Quarterly newsletter
  • E-news
  • Early access to educational programs and tours
  • Free membership

The value of this offer is over $500!

To take advantage of this free dual membership send the following information to Restore Oregon by emailing Dan Everhart,

  • Organization
  • Contact/representative name
  • Mailing address
  • Phone Number
  • E-mail

We will then send a follow-up email with your membership information and how to take advantage of the perks!

We look forward to continuing our work to revitalize Oregon’s historic theaters with you!

This project is supported in part by a grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust, investing in Oregon’s arts, humanities, and heritage.

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