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St. Croix Valley Magazine

St. Croix Valley Magazine wants to publish your writing. We are looking for creative, thoughtful, first-person essays (up to 400 words) on topics close to your heart—inspiring stories about neighbors and friends or something you particularly love about life in the St Croix Valley.

David and Kate March brought St. Croix Valley Magazine along on a trip to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, in July.

We are excited to announce that the 2016 Best of St. Croix Valley survey is here! Don't miss your chance to vote for your favorite shops, restaurants, people, hot spots and more.

Ann Haraldson, of Stillwater, holds her granddaughter, Liliana Haraldson, during a trip to Yellowstone National Park. (Pictured above)

Leah, Terese and Maya Mitchell enjoy their favorite magazine while visiting Venice, Florida.

Living a modern life in a historic town like Stillwater, Minn., one tends to forget that the familiar streets are the same ones people walked on during past war times. This is not the 19th-century Stillwater of Civil War times.

While Laura Sobiech had many dreams for her future, she never aspired to become an author, inspirational speaker and childhood cancer advocate. Six years ago, she was happily raising four children with her husband Rob and leading an active family life in the St. Croix Valley. Life was good.

For nearly 30 years, photography was an after-hours passion for Hudson-based Jeff Bucklew. He’d work in the dark room late into the night and head to his day job the next morning. Then last June, Bucklew retired from the printing industry to become a full-time photographer.

Whether your travels take you across the pond or just across the river, we’d love to see where our St. Croix Valley Magazine readers are going. Snap a photo of yourself holding a copy of the magazine, send it in and tell us a little bit about where the picture was taken.

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Saturday, March 21
[Arts & Performance]
Classic Albums Live takes classic albums and recreates them live on stage — note for note, cut for cut.
Tuesday, February 4 to Sunday, February 9
[Arts & Performance]
Winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND is the sweeping, universal tale of Ti Moune, a fearless peasant girl in search of her place in the world, and ready to risk it all for love.