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The Historic Lafayette Theater

Built in 1924, named for the Revolutionary War hero the Marquis de Lafayette, the Lafayette Theater began with the silent film "Scaramouche" at 25 cents a ticket, then became home to live vaudeville and film presentations. In the 1990's, Robert Benmosche, a resident of Suffern (now departed), purchased the building. Since then, the Benmosche Family has continued to invest in the preservation of this community gem. Today, the theater remains open and welcomes guests with first run and classic films, film festivals and other live performances. Visit the theatre's website for a listing of current movies as well! www.lafayettetheatersuffern.com

For PARKING INFO, visit the Village of Suffern Parking Page Here. Scroll down for a list of lots.

For DINING IN SUFFERN, we are also proud to have a fantastic selection of fine restaurants - American, Italian, Latin, Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Afghan cuisines & more! Click Here for our list of restaurants.

BANFF Film Festival

Suffern is proud to be part of the BANFF Film Festival World Tour for over 15 years! The Festival features stories of profound journeys, unexpected adventures and ground-breaking expeditions told by renowned authors, photographers, adventurers and filmmakers from around the globe.

The two-Day event comes to our Trail Town and is featured in the Historical Lafayette Theater. Our 2017 dates To Be Announced! For tickets, contact Ramsey Outdoors – 201-327-8141 www.ramseyoutdoor.comor at NJ Rock Gym

973-439-9860 www.njrockgym.com.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The environmental community of Rockland, Bergen, and Orange Counties welcomes the Wild & Scenic Film Festival back to Suffern to celebrate Earth Day by watching films that promote participation in outdoor adventures and environmental activism. Considered one of the nation’s premiere environmental and adventure film festivals, the shorts illustrate the Earth’s beauty, the challenges facing our planet, and the work communities are doing to protect the environment.

This fundraiser supports local volunteer nonprofits and includes a raffle and free door prizes.

www.suffernfilmfest.com

Dining In Suffern

We are also proud to have a fantastic selection of fine restaurants - American, Italian, Latin, Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Afghan cuisines & more! Click here for our list of restaurants.