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Havre de Grace opera house has intriguing past, hopeful future
Havre de Grace opera house has intriguing past, hopeful future

They say it ain't over until the fat lady sings, and the colorful life of the Havre de Grace Opera House is clearly far from over. The building on North Union Avenue, discreetly tucked next to what is now a Susquehanna Hose Company station, has been a focal point for performing arts and city life for Havre de Grace, on and off, since it was built in 1871. It's the focus of a $2.8 million renovation project that could dramatically upgrade the building's look and, organizers say, make it accessible to people of all generations. The fundraising campaign underway is the biggest effort at remodeling the historic property to date. Those behind it, and those who regularly use...

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