Twelve-year-old Tristan Monson, Diane Monson, and Sean Monson wait for a screening of the Raiders of the Lost Ark in The Cary Downtown Theater, the town owned arts venue on E. Chatham Street in Cary, N.C. on Tuesday February 18, 2014. The theatre will open this weekend to the public after a $6.2 million renovation and expansion.
Twelve-year-old Tristan Monson, Diane Monson, and Sean Monson wait for a screening of the Raiders of the Lost Ark in The Cary Downtown Theater, the town owned arts venue on E. Chatham Street in Cary, N.C. on Tuesday February 18, 2014. The theatre will open this weekend to the public after a $6.2 million renovation and expansion. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Twelve-year-old Tristan Monson, Diane Monson, and Sean Monson wait for a screening of the Raiders of the Lost Ark in The Cary Downtown Theater, the town owned arts venue on E. Chatham Street in Cary, N.C. on Tuesday February 18, 2014. The theatre will open this weekend to the public after a $6.2 million renovation and expansion. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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