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The beautiful "Wonder Morton" pipe organ made its debut in the Arlington Theatre in 1988.

The beautiful "Wonder Morton" pipe organ made its debut in the Arlington Theatre in 1988.


Morton the Organ

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The beautiful “Wonder Morton” pipe organ made its debut in the Arlington Theatre (1317 State St.) in 1988. On Sunday, October 5, at 2 p.m., join the S.B. Theatre Organ Society in celebrating the Wonder Morton’s 20th anniversary with a performance by renowned organist Scott Foppiano, who will play favorites and accompany two Laurel & Hardy silent movie comedies. Tickets are $11; children younger than 16 get in for free. Call 685-9891 for more info.

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