A variety of events were held at the Airdome, such as plays, speaking events, moving picture screenings, and more.
This open air theater was accompanied by a “summer garden” which served refreshments and food to patrons. The Corvallis Creamery Co. was stationed right next door and served ice cream in conjunction with the theater.
Furthermore, there were sometimes special events in which free motion picture screenings were used as an incentive for people to attend the event. Here is an example of an ad in which free screenings were being offered at a political speaking engagement:
The Airdome closed in 1917.