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Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society

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PSTOS annual membership starts at just $25 and covers all individuals residing at the same physical address!

Please consider joining PSTOS at one of our elevated support levels:

  • Supporter ($50)
  • Promoter ($100)
  • Benefactor ($250)
  • Life Member ($500, one time payment)
Any amount above the standard $25 membership is fully tax deductible and goes directly to support PSTOS programs.

You may also wish to join ATOS, the American Theatre Organ Society. ATOS membership is an additional $50 per year and includes a subscription to the full-color, bi-monthly THEATRE ORGAN magazine. Learn more about ATOS.

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If you have any questions about PSTOS membership, please e-mail: For anti-spam purposes, this e-mail address is not clickable. To send e-mail, please retype the address into your e-mail software.


Or, if you prefer, Join Via Mail-in Form

If you prefer to join via mail-in form, please use our downloadable PSTOS mail-in membership application. Mail your completed form and check payable to "PSTOS" to:

Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society
10002 Aurora Ave N, Suite 36 #516
Seattle, WA 98133-9329


Benefits of PSTOS Membership
 
PSTOS is an official Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society, and was founded in 1958. More than 240 single and family memberships are found in today's PSTOS roster from the entire Pacific Northwest and British Columbia.
 
A number of PSTOS members have theatre pipe organs installed in their homes, and often welcome the membership for special events.
 
PSTOS owns a three manual eight rank theatre pipe organ, installed in Haller Lake Community Club in North Seattle. It is available for members' use for practice and lessons.
 
PSTOS has concerts featuring nationally and internationally recognized theatre pipe organists, organ "crawls", workshops on playing the organ, picnics, socials, a Christmas party, and other interesting events.

 
PSTOS publishes "Puget Sound Pipeline," a monthly newsletter to keep members abreast of upcoming activities and happenings in the theatre organ world. The Pipeline also includes interesting historical articles.

If you have any questions about PSTOS membership, e-mail: For anti-spam purposes, this e-mail address is not clickable. To send e-mail, please retype the address into your e-mail software.


Harold Lloyd in Safety Last, 1923


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