Wyoming County Cultural Center at the Dietrich Theater

The Wyoming County Cultural Center at the Dietrich Theater is an Art Deco theater built in 1936. It lies in the heart of downtown Tunkhannock. This non-profit movie theater supports cultural programming for all ages.

The theater shows everything from first-run movies to classics. They host four seasonal film festivals that typically feature over 20 foreign, independent, and art films each.

The Wyoming County Cultural Center also hosts all kinds of arts, crafts, nature, and health and wellness classes for children, teens, and adults. They frequently hold music, history, and theatre events. In the summer, they offer a variety of camps for kids. The theater has three art galleries and so much more.

The Dietrich Theater is open 365 days a year. Visit their website for movie times and a class and event schedule.

Marquee of the Dietrich Theater An instructor helps kids at a children's acting camp Kids show off their crafts during the Families in Nature program A little girl works with clay at a pottery class Kids and teens paint a mural during River Day Historic photo of George Dietrich in the theater's projection room

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