Hopewell Theater presents an evening with motivational speaker Marilee Adams, PhD, who will help audiences discover a new way of making positive change in life by asking better questions. Adams will present her groundbreaking method, the Q-SolvTMApproach, a thinking and communication strategy that helps individuals reach their goals. Marilee is a dynamic and inspiring speaker and founder of the Inquiry Institute. The ideas in her internationally bestselling book, Change Your Questions, Change Your Life literally can change lives! This event will also celebrate Judy Detrano, organizer of Lambertville, NJ’s Wednesdays for Women at Hamilton’s Grill Room, a weekly program highlighting the work of women entrepreneurs, artists and activists. Wednesday for Women closed its final season in 2017 after over a decade of creating a positive community networking event for women. Learn more about this event here.

For 58 years, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) and New Jersey Business magazine have honored commercial development projects that have contributed to the state’s economic growth and are aesthetically beautiful.  Hopewell Theater is thrilled to be the recipient of the New Jersey Bisness and Industry Association Good Neighbor Award which recognizes the best and most exciting commercial and industrial development projects in the state. Winners are chosen based on economic benefit, job creation, architectural merit, and community involvement. Builders, architects, and other professionals who were instrumental in bringing the projects to fruition are also celebrated in a portion of the July issue of New Jersey Business which  is dedicated to the winners.

Indie cinema hits HT – our HD big screen is officially installed, amongst other construction excitement.  Check out our visual progress on our Facebook photo gallery and get a first look HERE 

Reporter Craig Turpin of NJ Advance Media updates audiences on Hopewell Theater’s New Vision.  READ MORE