Welcome to Marine on St. Croix
Marine on St. Croix, founded as Marine Mills in 1839, was the site of the first commercial saw mill along the St. Croix River. The Mill Site is located behind and to the south of the Village Hall and has been declared a national historical site.
All Town Picnic - Burris Park - August 24, 12-5 pm
Bring your own chair and enjoy a fun filled afternoon!
A detailed picnic agenda will be available in early July
All Town Photo - 12 noon - gather at the Gazebo
11:30 am Contest entries drop off: pie baking, birdhouse building
12:30 pm Food and beverage service begins - Scandia Marine Lions Club 1 - 5 pm
- Short program with guest speakers, Games, contests and activities.
- Ice Cream Social at Old Settlers Cabin sponsored by Sven Anderson Family.
- Dirty Shorts Brass Band, sponsored by Edward Jones, performs 3-5 pm.
- Prizes awarded for contest winners, including Marine History Hunt - (look for more details on this History Hunt at the Marine Library and on the website)
For more details click on the 175 link on the left hand side.
Read the Marine on St. Croix Spring Newsletter: 2014 Spring Newsletter
Marine on St. Croix is home to about 650 residents who treasure the charm of their community. The town square, with its general store, town hall, library, ice cream shop, bank, and café, give the downtown area the look of a New England village. A charming post office, the stunning Christ Lutheran Church, the historic 1872 Stone House Museum, and a restored Swedish settler’s cabin add to the charm. The original mill site south of the Village Hall has been declared a state historic site.