It started life as the Indian Head Opera House in 1904.. and it's been operating ever since. Live performances eventually gave way to movies, but the Grand Theatre is going back to its roots thanks to support from the community. People in Indian Head spent about half a million dollars fixing the roof, the wiring, and the foundation. Now they are turning their attention to the way it looks inside. They met this week to discuss the plans. Bruce Neill chairs the non-profit group behind restoring the theatre. Jesse Hindle is an architect who grew up in Indian Head. He and his partner in Calgary are helping with the project. They spoke with CBC's Afternoon Edition.