Proctor District, Tacoma, Washington
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The Proctor District is home to many unique, family owned small businesses. The venerable old Blue Mouse Theatre, built in 1923, is the oldest continuously operating movie theater in Washington State and is open seven days a week. Two Saturdays a month, Rocky Horror Picture Show brings in crowds. There are many great eateries including Europa Bistro, Babblin' Babs, Old House Cafe, East West Cafe, Pomodoro, La Fondita, Knapps and Pour At Four. Proctor is also home to US Bank, Key Bank and Umpqua Bank. There is a veterinary clinic and a range of businesses that attract shoppers from surrounding areas as well as nearby neighborhoods.
The Pacific Northwest Shop (Proctor and North 27th) specializes in products made exclusively in the Pacific Northwest. For a complete list of shops go to http://proctordistrict.com/
The center of the Proctor District is located at the cross streets of Proctor Street and North 26th Street in Tacoma. The 1927 Proctor Street bridge just north of the district was rebuilt in 2006.
 Schools and churches
The Proctor District is the site of two public schools (Washington-Hoyt Elementary School and Mason Middle School), a public library (Anna Lemon Wheelock Public Library), and a church (Mason United Methodist Church), as well as a number of charitable organizations.
 Farmers' market and community activity
Proctor has a lively farmers' market, the second largest in the city, which runs from the first weekend in April through the second-to-last weekend in November on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Proctor Association Website
- City of Tacoma
- North End Neighborhood Council
- Neighborhood Tacoma Business Districts - Proctor Business District
- Historical Proctor District
- Mason United Methodist Church
- Proctor Farmers Market
- Proctor District Store Directory