History program scheduled

The Dutch Kitchen, now Gus & Ted’s, 26 W. Potomac St., Waynesboro, will be one of the Waynesboro area restaurants and fountains highlighted during a free program. PROVIDED PHOTO

A program on Waynesboro area restaurants and fountains will be presented by Jeff Mace of Waynesboro at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, in Waynesboro Theatre, 75 W. Main St. The program is sponsored by Waynesboro Industrial Museum in partnership with Main Street Waynesboro and the Waynesboro Theatre.

Mace will offer stories and display photos on the theater’s screen about the history of local restaurants like the Dipper, the Varsity, the Garden Spot and the White Swan as well as fountain hangouts like Borzager’s, Funk’s, Minnich’s, Schaffer’s and Smith’s.

Those attending the free program will be invited to share their own memories.

Mace, born and raised in Waynesboro, attended Waynesboro area schools and graduated from Juniata College. He owned the Parlor House Restaurant for many years and now works in real estate. He and his wife, Nancy, have three children and four grandchildren.

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