Big Dreams Turned into Plans

Concept for Balcony entrance

The community came to the Grand Theatre open house July 24, 2018, to meet Jesse Hindle and partner Laura Alveysee from Hindle Architects. It was an incredible opportunity for the community to see the architects’ visions for the Theatre. The architects who are providing services to the Grand Theatre free of charge used input provided by the community through a public survey to inform their ‘Grand’ vision.

CBC Saskatchewan covered the event interviewing a number of key project members including Bruce Neill, Board Chair and Jesse Hindle, lead architect. Jesse Hindle said, “If we can be a part in the revitalization and the continuity of this place and the town, we find that incredibly satisfying,” he said. “We hope one day, someone will do the same for the buildings we create, whether they’re new or old.” Read the whole story at CBC online.

The CBC’s Afternoon Edition spoke with Jesse Hindle and Laura Alverysee about their commitment to the restoration of the Grand Theatre and their roots within the community. Listen to CBC’s Live Stream to hear the interview. 

Watch Hindle Architect’s computer-generated presentation featuring their proposed concepts for the renovation and building updates that will restore the building and make the Grand Theatre into a community hub for the creative arts.

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