The Grove Theater

The Grove Theater in Oak Ridge holds a rich history of memories for many in the East Tennessee area. Constructed during the Manhattan Project & recently rennovated, the theater is home to numerous Arts & Sciences organizations. It is currently owned and operated by High Places Community Church.

Friends of the Grove

Currently, dozens of groups from far and wide call the theater home. The theater receives approximately 10,000 visits per year through concerts, pageants, plays, summer camps, fund raisers, and much more. Stop by on a weekend and you might find anything from a symphony to a blues concert. Come by the first Wednesday of the month and enjoy an astronomy lecture from the local Orion Club. The Grove Theater is well on its way to becoming a hub for the Arts & Sciences, as well as serving as a warm, welcoming environment for the countless children, youth, and adult populations our friends serve.

Friends of the Grove Theater, Inc. exists to enhance and support the landmark facility and the many community partners who fill the theater will beautiful sights and sounds every week. In 2018, thanks to a special anonymous donation, giving to the Grove Theater will be matched. You may support the Grove with an online tax deductible gift by clicking this secure link. Selecting Grove Theater from the options in the drop-down menu and your donation in 2018 will have twice the impact: