An 18-screen movie theater, Buckland Hills 18 IMAX displays first-run feature films using digital projection and Real D 3D.
The race continued annually until 1934, when the economic crisis during the Great Depression resulted in the race's cancellation.
Consequently, the race was not held for 10 years (from 1935 to 1944), but began running again in 1945 and has continued to be held every Thanksgiving Day ever since.
Offering the latest in movie releases, Rave Cinemas features stadium seating with a theater bar, full-service restaurant and arcade for added enjoyment.
There is also an IMAX auditorium dedicated to 2D and 3D films.
The Manchester Road Race is a 4.748 mile (7.641 km) footrace held annually on Thanksgiving Day in Manchester, Connecticut.
Race proceeds are donated each year to Muscular Dystrophy research and about 18 other local charities.
Beginning promptly at am every Thanksgiving Morning, the race attracts athletes of all ages and abilities.
First run in 1927, the race regularly attracts accomplished runners from across the United States as well as internationally recognized competitors.
Parkade Cinemas & Entertainment is a 6 screen movie theater that also hosts live entertainment.