The Tivoli Theatre, only single-screen theatre in the western suburbs of Chicago, was selected by the…More American Institute of Architects as one of the 150 best places to visit in Illinois, and was voted "Best Movie Theatre" by readers of West Suburban Living three years in a row.
In addition to its history, it's a wonderful place to see a movie at bargain prices seven days a week, with matinees on weekends as well as school holidays. The After Hours Film Society also makes its home at the Tivoli, showing art and foreign films several times a month. In addition, since 1989, the Tivoli has been host to hundreds of live performances, including the Midwest Ballet.
Seating is available for 990 and they offer free refills on popcorn and soda for all sizes. There is also a money back guarantee on movie admission if not satisfied within the first 30 minutes. Come and enjoy a movie and history here!
According to the History of DuPage County: DuPage Roots, the remains of the founder of Downers Grove, Pierce…More Downer, and his wife, Lucy, who died within a day of each other in 1863, are on Linscott Avenue. They had to be buried on their farm because spring rains had caused St. Joseph Creek to flood, making the downtown inaccessible from the north.
There is a sign posted on the street designating the location of the burial site between 4516 and 4524 on Linscott. Just beyond the driveway in a garden cove is the final resting place of Pierce Downer and several family members.