Intermission at the Passion Pits

Ah, memories of making out in cars at the drive-in theater. Summer. Love. 😀 All-new posts next Friday, June 26! Now hit the snack bar! 😉

Completely in the Dark

You get more out of life when you go to a movie!

There’s plenty of time to head on over to the snack bar!
Show Starts in 8 Minutes!

April 1977 was so unseasonably warm that the Navarre Drive-In Theater opened early. Everyone at school was jazzed. There weren’t a lot of hangouts outside of the Soda Fountain, or driving to Hopkins to cruise the main drag. But the Navarre Drive-In was a must-do.

Show Starts in 7 Minutes!

On Saturday, April 9, 1977, the ice went out on Lake Minnetonka. That afternoon Kim, her friend Diana and sister Andrea (aka Anny) and I packed into Mom’s car and I drove to the grocery store in Navarre, hitting the Dairy Queen on the way back to Mound. It was 70+ degrees Fahrenheit. Spring had come early.

Show Starts in 6 Minutes!

April 23, 1977, the diary entry begins: “Believe me…

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