I’ve just posted the dates for the last Guerrilla Management Workshop that is scheduled for 2011. It will take place on October 14-17 at my vacation home and studio in Deep Creek Lake, Three studios are already booked, so that means I have 12 studio spaces left. We had a great class in Fredericksburg, VA last month; I’m already hearing about some major accomplishments made by the group below. I’m looking forward to an equally productive class in Deep Creek next October.
This evening, my friend and Digital Diva, Helen Yancy, sent me a lovely Irish Blessing created by actress Roma Downey and Irish musical impresario Phil Coulter. Helen will be making her first trip to Ireland in June, she she’ll get to see some of these spectacular settings in person.
I’ve been fortunate to have photographed most of the venues shown in this beautiful video, so I urge you to take a moment to see why I love spending time roaming the spectacular Irish countryside. Just click here.
The blessing begins:
May the Blessing of Light be upon you.
Light on the outside and light on the inside.
A beautiful thought for a troubled world on St. Patrick’s Day.
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Theater: The Allen Theatre
Location: Annville, PA
Best Feature: Antique movie posters and local art complement this renovated theater
Our Readers Say: Moviefone reader Bert says, "Adorned with movie posters from yesteryear, the theater has an old feel with modern sound and digital picture. A moviegoer really gets an experience, not just a movie, complete with announcements, pre-film music and a red curtain unveiling the show."
The Allen was named after Allen Hicks, who was our insurance agent until his death. Mr. Hicks was married to the late Mary Jane Hicks, who after a lottery win became the benefactor of the old Astor Theater, which was destined for the wrecking ball until her good fortune became the good fortune of our little town. Today the Hicks’s son, Skip, a former teacher, owns and operates the movie house, which many, including myself, consider to be Annville’s crown jewel.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every lottery winner would leave behind such a legacy? You can learn more about the Allen Theatre by clicking here.