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The museum's ongoing exhibit, "International Automotive Treasures," features more than 90 artful and historic automobiles from the time of the first car to the contemporary era.

In its more than 125-year history--which by the way has earned it status as an "historical site"--the Danville Village Theatre has been a Grange hall, a church and a movie theatre, before becoming what it is today: a 245 seat theatre downstairs from a fine arts gallery. Who knows what the future will bring, but in the mean time the Danville Village Theatre can be rented for $81 per hour (25% surcharge for non-Danville residents).

Recently remodeled, the 17,000 square foot Firehouse Arts Center includes a full-size art studio theater, as well as a gallery space and two classrooms.

Permanent exhibit includes 2,200 art objects including 19th- and 20th-century paintings, drawings, etchings, and watercolors, plus sculptures and photographs.

The gallery features work by an eclectic mix of artists in sculpture, photography, furniture, ceramics, mixed media, and painting.

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