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Continued: Stillwater's Lowell Park lights up night with family-friendly flicks

  • Article by: CALLIE SACARELOS , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 16, 2014 - 7:56 PM

In early July, Bednar’s father passed away. The next day, Bednar learned that her plans to adopt a child fell through. Bednar and her family were devastated, she said. Still, with encouragement from friends, she attended Summer Tuesdays the following week.

“It was so amazing,” Bednar said. “The whole community surrounded us and we felt so much love and support. You can’t come here and not feel the sense of community. I love Stillwater so much. Things like this make me never want to leave.”

Callie Sacarelos is a Twin Cities freelance writer









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  • With the Lift Bridge as a backdrop, watching movies on Tuesday nights at Stillwater’s Lowell Park has become a popular family activity.

  • From the left, Barbara Greeder, Gary Brown and Mary Allen play outside a display and tent that’s part of the market at Summer Tuesdays.

  • Movies on Summer Tuesdays nights in Stillwater can now be viewed by boaters. The popular family activity on the lawn along the St. Croix River has endured for several summers.

  • Barbara Greeder, Gary Brown and Mary Allen played a tune for the Summer Tuesdays crowd.

  • Julie Cronk, at left, watched children on yoga mats, from the left: Ella Cronk, 6; Maxwell Cronk, 9, and Sophie Cronk, 12. “The kids seem to have a good time,” Julie Cronk said.

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