Memorial Hall Association
Memorial Hall Association was founded in 1995 to manage and maintain the Memorial Hall venue as a non-profit community hall on the second floor of the Shelburne Town Hall. The theater is owned by the Town of Shelburne, but run by a volunteer Board of Directors.
Memorial Hall Association rents the Hall for events throughout the year, including film, theater, and music. In February of 2009, the Memorial Hall Association was granted the rights to present the Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD series, bringing opera back to Memorial Hall.
Since 1995 Pothole Pictures has been a community owned, all volunteer-run, non-profit theater with programs of films on the BIG screen in Memorial Hall. They show the best in classic, foreign, and independent films. We also feature frequent special events such as “Meet the Filmmaker” nights where directors, producers, writers, editors make personal appearances and field questions about their films; some LIVE original scores performed on stage to accompany silent films.