Northfield still has a movie theater

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  1. There IS a source of ice cream, pop, and other goodies to munch on while watching the movie, right next door at the St. Olaf book store. Cozy, cheery little spot. I wonder if Carlton has a movie program too? Anyone know?

    March 1, 2009
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  2. Tim Freeland said:

    This is pretty sweet. I didn’t know about this little cinematic opportunity when I posted this story on the KYMN site.

    Here’s a photo I shot showing no remaining floor space at the Bridgewater movie night last month.

    March 1, 2009
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  3. Jill Rodde said:

    Carleton does in fact have a movie program. It’s called SUMO. Films are shown every Friday and Saturday night in Olin 149 (a large lecture hall).

    March 1, 2009
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  4. Tim Freeland said:

    I didn’t know about this little cinematic opportunity when I blogged on the local theater situation.

    Ironically, just after posting does Northfield need a movie theater last month I attended the Bridgewater movie night where there was no floor real estate remaining. My photo is almost comical.

    March 1, 2009
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