I often mention that we are so lucky to have landed in Wayne, Pennsylvania. We relocated in 2012 after Comcast acquired my company in 2010. While we miss our friends and the mountains of Colorado, our new hometown of Wayne is just about perfect.
We live just three blocks from the town center so we can walk or ride our bikes to nearly anything we need. Despite it being just a few blocks in size, the Wayne town center has so much to offer. The Wayne train station provides convenient access up and down the Main Line and to Philadelphia. Laments auto service is the best. We love Outthere Outfitters for their superb selection of outdoor apparel and accessories. There is even a Trek Bike store in town, and Wayne Sporting Goods has what we need in a pinch. 118 North has live music. It's easy to grab a bite at Christopher's or Paola's and follow it up with an ice cream at the Wayne Bar. I would be remiss not to mention the crew at Do it Best Hardware down the road...they've got everything along with the best service.
Grabbing a movie is also cinch at Anthony Wayne Theater. This iconic landmark is the centerpiece of the town. It has a rich history that started on June 20th, 1928. It has gone through many changes and owners over the years, but it still has a charming feel to it made only better by the ability to walk into town and grab a bite and movie. Here is a link to a more detailed history of the theater. http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/10430
In this image, the early evening glow of the theater's lights complemented with colorful evening sky make this one of my personal favorites.