Got a hankering for a night of history? Of culture? Of silent movies? Of organ music outside the chapel?
Head to the Organ Loft (3331 S. Edison St.–just one block east of State Street and 3300 South) tonight at 7:30 p.m. where a Mighty Wurlitzer organ will keep the house rockin’ while showgoers view Buster Keaton’s silent classic, “Go West” and Charlie Chaplin’s “The Floorwalker.”
The Organ Loft has just released its film schedule for Spring 2007. (Doesn’t it feel good to hear the word ‘Spring’?) After today, the next showing takes place on Jan. 25 and 26, featuring Fred C. Newmeyer’s “A Sailor Made Man.”
This little place of interest also hosts dinner and dance parties on some Saturday nights and occasional cook-outs. If you’re in the market for an unusual wedding, it also holds receptions and other banquets. We aren’t too sure about that, but can you imagine how cool a private Halloween bash would be? OK, now we’re getting ahead of ourselves.