Monthly Archives: May 2011

Silent film kicks off theatre’s centenary celebration

The Al Whittle Theatre was a-buzz at 2 p.m on Saturday afternoon, April 16, when the Acadia Cinema Cooperative Ltd.’s (ACC) anchor tenant, the Fundy Film Society (FFS), presented the “official opener” of the Coop’s year-long “100 Years of Stage & Screen” celebration (1911–2011). In a Pay-What-You-Can to help “Sink the ACC Mortgage admission, audiences were […]

What we’ve been up to!

James Skinner has led the efforts to bring order to ACC storage including installing fold-down steps to the area next to Studio-Z. He has also become the Coop’s mainstay for computer needs.   Board member Fred Chipman took on the daunting task of cleaning and building storage in the space under the crossover behind the stage. Tony […]

1911–2011: The celebration has begun!

The Acadia Cinema’s Al Whittle Theatre site–a cultural treasure in the centre of Wolfville for 100 years–has consistently enriched the lives of both Town and Valley residents as a home to theatre, cinema, music of all kinds, dance, educational and community happenings and much much more. The Acadia Cinema Coopertive Ltd. (ACC) is marking the occasion this year, […]

Centennial equity tax share sale, coming up!

Fred Chipman, Corporate Secretary for the Acadia Cinema Cooperative Ltd (ACC) has been busily arranging a new Equity Tax Credit registration. It begins on July 1, 2011 and will be in place until February 28, 2012. The Equity Tax Credit gives Nova Scotia taxpayers a 35% non-refundable tax credit on share purchases. Shares purchased during […]