DECEMBER "ALL IN ST. PAUL" EVENT CALENDAR

Our Kellogg guest suites get booked quickly for the holidays – and now they are decked out with DIRECT TV Premium Subscriptions! Just thought you’d want to know about the downtown hotel specials in case you are hosting relatives and there is “no room at the inn” – all are just a skyway hop away.

St. Paul Hotel – Mention the MN Resident Rate (for MN residents) and get a $99 room rate; mention the Neighborhood Rate (for outstate) and also get a $99 room rate. Call 651-292-9292for reservations.
Crowne Plaza – Mention the Holiday Rate and get an $89 room rate. 612-292-1900 for reservations.
Hilton Garden Inn – Mention the Holiday Rate or HOL and get a $75 rate which includes parking, a small fridge and microwave. Call 877-782-9444 for reservations.

 Wednesday, December 2


Sampler nite Live, Minnesota History Theatre. Preview a dozen performing arts events. Act One 7pm, G-rated; Act Two 8:15, unrated $20, $5 off a full-price ticket by typing the code word “members” when you order tickets online. You can also get up to four free tickets by reserving online using your St. Paul Public Library card number. http://www.samplenightlive.com/

Details Holiday Open House, Details Salon, 350 St. Peter St., 4-6pm. Wine appetizers and shopping with selections from Details Style Lab and Picky Girl. Bring four non-perishable food items for discounts.

MN Wild v. Predators, Xcel Center, 7pm.

Coffee Concert Series, St. Paul Conservatory of Music, noon, FREE

Susan Graham, mezzo soprano and Macolm Martineau, piano, Schubert Club, Ordway, 8pm. http://www.schubert.org/

Thursday, December 3

31st Annual Holiday Bazaar, Landmark Center, 10am-8pm. 75 exhibits featuring unique gifts all hand-crafted by the Midwest’s finest artists.

The Stories of the Titanic, Science Museum of Minnesota, 7pm. Even before Titanic sank, it was a ship of hundreds of stories. Join Cheryl Muré, Director of Education at Premier Exhibitions, for a rare and moving look at the people, stories, and artifacts of the RMS Titanic.

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol opens, Park Square Theatre. The flip side of a classic Christmas tale, Jacob Marley’s story begins in the afterlife where his business partner Scrooge once again determines his future. The spirit of this show will delight the whole family. Thru Dec. 20th

Fezziwig’s Feast, Harriet Island, Dec 3-20, Laughter and song greet you as you arrive for a night of revelry and a Victorian feast. Fezziwig’s annual party, famous for live music, dancing, and gourmet food, has a special surprise this year…Fezziwig’s dear friend Charles Dickens has written a little Christmas ghost story, and Fezziwig and his staff will perform it live for you! $74.50 adult. Check out http://www.actorsmn.org/  for the fabulous menu.

Black Nativity: A Season for Change opens, Penumbra Theatre, thru December 27th, The best jazz and gospel singers celebrate the bonds of family, the power of faith and the appreciation of what money can’t buy – the gift of love.

Bouquets: An Evening of Wine & Flowers, Como Zoo, $50. Over 60 wines paired with hors d’hoevres.

The Schubert Club Courtroom Concert-Seasonal Sounds, Landmark Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE. The Courtroom Concert Series features local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. The audience is welcome to bring a lunch or purchase a sandwich at Anita's Cafe on the ground floor of Landmark Center. Complimentary coffee is served.

Friday, December 4

Saint Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show, St. Paul RiverCentre, Thru Dec 6

Treasures of the Italian Baroque, SPCO, Ordway, 10:30am, 8pm. Concertos and sinfonias by Vivaldi and lesser-know contemporaries. http://www.thespco.org/

MN Wild v. Ducks, Xcel Center, 7pm.

31st Annual Holiday Bazaar, Landmark Center, 10am-8pm. 75 exhibits featuring unique gifts all hand-crafted by the Midwest’s finest artists.

Holiday Art Sale, College of the Visual Arts

Handmade Holiday Gift Show & Sale, Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar, 5-9pm. Select local artists offering one-of-a-kind gifts.

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever opens, Stepping Stone Theatre, thru Dec. 22.  "The worst kids in the history of the world" invade the Christmas pageant in this modern Christmas classic.  Our choice last year! $10-$12.

Saturday, December 5

Grand Meander, Grand Avenue. Highlights include appearances by Santa, his reindeer, carolers, and a penguin from the Como Zoo. Trolleys will be stopping at all Grand bus stops and the Vulcans are giving fire truck rides from the Salut parking lot. Lots of shopping specials listed at www.grandave.com – even a hot chocolate ice cream tasting at the Grand Old Creamery!

Saint Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show, St. Paul RiverCentre, Thru Dec 6

31st Annual Holiday Bazaar, Landmark Center, 10am-5pm. 75 exhibits featuring unique gifts all hand-crafted by the Midwest’s finest artists.

Holiday Art Fair, Ramsey Junior High, 1700 Summit Ave. 10am-5pm. A juried show featuring over 60 artists. www.artistscircle.org Do some artistic shopping at Wet Paint just across Grand Avenue – my one and only art supply choice.

Holiday Art Sale, College of the Visual Arts

Handmade Holiday Gift Show & Sale, Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar, 5-9pm. Select local artists offering one-of-a-kind gifts.

Holiday Flower Show, Como Conservatory, thru mid-January
 
Radio Holiday, MN History Center, 2-3:30pm, $15. Songs, stories, and sing-along with Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard.

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

Of Mice and Men, Park Square Theatre, 7:30pm A poignant story about the American Dream told through the friendship of two migrant workers as they struggle to make a living. Matinee dates also available thru Dec. 18th.

The New Standards Annual Holiday Show, Fitzgerald Theater, 8pm, $29. Holiday show with unique jazz trio and friends.

Winter Lights Tour, Wabasha Street Caves, 7-9pm. Two hour deluxe motorcoach tour that shows off our biggest and brightest displays of holiday cheer in our chilly capital city. Your guide is a member of winter lore, leading you on a fun-filled tour. $22 http://www.wabashastreetcaves.com/

Loki Puppet Players present The Gingerbread Man, Central Library, 11:15. A modern retelling of the classic folktale on the historic Jemne puppet stage.

Treasures of the Italian Baroque, SPCO, Ordway, 8pm. Concertos and sinfonias by Vivaldi and lesser-know contemporaries. http://www.thespco.org/

Horse-drawn Carriage Rides, 1-5pm, from the Alexander Ramsey House, $12 per person. 15 minute ride around historic Irvine Park.

Sunday, December 6

Saint Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show, St. Paul RiverCentre

French Conversation Group, Black Dog Café, 11:30am New-comers of any level of fluency welcome every Sunday!

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

Global Guitar: Viva la Guitarra, Central Library 3rd floor magazine room, 2pm. Todd Tipton on vihuela, Baroque guitar, Renaissance guitar, and modern classical guitar.

Monday, December 7

St. Paul Almanac Reading Series, Black Dog Café, 7-8:30pm. Richard Broderick.

1st Mondays at the Commodore, 79 Western Ave, 4-8pm. Cash bar, music, and conversation in the historic Art Deco Bar with unique, exotic treasures from world travelers, artists, designers, collectors and antique aficionados.

Tuesday, December 8

Subway Bring a Blanket Drive - Bring a clean useable/blanket to a Subway Restaurant and get a free 6 inch sub.

Movie Nite at the Blag Dog, Black Dog Cafe and Wine Bar, Frieda, 7pm. Presented in conjunction with the McNally Smith College of Music.

Free Ballet Tuesday, Landmark Center, noon. St. Paul City Ballet.

Wednesday, December 9th

Star of the North Concert Band, Landmark Center, 7pm. FREE. The "Star of the North" Concert Band is a non-profit, charitable organization of over fifty musicians from the Minneapolis and St. Paul communities.

David Archuleta - Christmas from the Heart, Fitzgerald Theater, 7:30pm. A seventh season runner-up on American Idol, David first captivated audiences and went onto release a critically acclaimed self-titled debut album that sold over 700,000 albums. Tickets $46, $43. http://www.fitzgeraldtheater.publicradio.org/

Thursday, December 10

Handel’s Messiah, Cathedral of St. Paul, 7:30pm. Minnesota Orchestra, chorus, and soloists perform Handel’s beloved oratorio. http://www.cathedralsaintpaul.org/

The Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE. The Courtroom Concert Series features local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. The audience is welcome to bring a lunch or purchase a sandwich at Anita's Cafe on the ground floor of Landmark Center. Complimentary coffee is served.

Disney on Ice Princess Classics, Xcel Center, $13-$72. Princesses in a kingdom under the sea, in an Arabian Palace, a palace in France, and a pumpkin patch where pumpkins turn into magical coaches.

Friday, December 11

The Steele Family Acoustic Christmas, Fitzgerald Theater, 8pm. $33-$28. Billy, Fred, J.D. Jearlyn and Jevetta return for their acoustic and soulful Christmas special.

W7, the Pilney Building, 1032 W 7th Street, 11am-5pm. An edgy collaboration of remarkable talents in one hip space. Artists, designers, importers - entrepreneurs of every variety (and changing every month), intent on reinventing the current mundane shopping experience by offering remarkable, hand-selected works. The space is open only the second weekend of the month - making it a real "event" - with live music on Friday nights and cupcakes!



Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, SPCO, The Music Room, 8pm. Part of the Chamber Music Series – two Brandenburg Concertos and Goldberg Variations. http://www.thespco.org/

Disney on Ice Princess Classics, Xcel Center, $13-$72. Princesses in a kingdom under the sea, in an Arabian Palace, a palace in France, and a pumpkin patch where pumpkins turn into magical coaches.

Saturday, December 12

The Steele Family Acoustic Christmas, Fitzgerald Theater, 8pm. $33-$28. Billy, Fred, J.D. Jearlyn and Jevetta return for their acoustic and soulful Christmas special.

Benjamin Franklin, MN History Center, 2pm, Loraine Pangle, scholar of American political thought and ethics and author of The Political Philosophy of Benjamin Franklin speaks on Benjamin Franklin’s deep insights into the ways human nature complicates government and how he used them to develop a still-relevant concept of the role citizens must play in maintaining liberty and democracy. $14, reservations required www.mnhs.org/forum  or 651-259-3015.

Disney on Ice Princess Classics, Xcel Center, $13-$72. Princesses in a kingdom under the sea, in an Arabian Palace, a palace in France, and a pumpkin patch where pumpkins turn into magical coaches.

Winter Lights Tour, Wabasha Street Caves, 7-9pm. Two hour deluxw motorcoach tour that shows off our biggest and brightest displays of holiday cheer in our chilly capital city. Your guide is a member of winter lore, leading you on a fun-filled tour. $22 http://www.wabashastreetcaves.com/

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

W7, the Pilney Building, 1032 W 7th Street, 11am-9pm. An edgy collaboration of remarkable talents in one hip space. Artists, designers, importers - entrepreneurs of every variety (and changing every month), intent on reinventing the current mundane shopping experience by offering remarkable, hand-selected works. The space is open only the second weekend of the month - making it a real "event" - with live music on Friday nights and cupcakes!


Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, SPCO, Saint Paul’s UCC, 8pm. Part of the Chamber Music Series – two Brandenburg Concertos and Goldberg Variations. http://www.thespco.org/

Katie McMahon’s Celtic Christmas, O’Shaughnessy Auditorium, 2400 Randolph Ave., 7:30pm. Riverdance star Katie McMahon is joined by harmonizing vocalists, rhythmic percussion, and a variety of festive strings in a return to the roots of the Christmas season. The troupe performs not only Irish favorites, but a patchwork of European carols and lullabies. $25 Adults, $20 Seniors, $10 children 12 & under.

Sunday, December 13

French Conversation Group, Black Dog Café, 11:30am New-comers of any level of fluency welcome every Sunday!

Disney on Ice Princess Classics, Xcel Center, $13-$72. Princesses in a kingdom under the sea, in an Arabian Palace, a palace in France, and a pumpkin patch where pumpkins turn into magical coaches.

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, SPCO, The Music Room, 2pm. Part of the Chamber Music Series – two Brandenburg Concertos and Goldberg Variations. http://www.thespco.org/

W7, the Pilney Building, 1032 W 7th Street, 11am-5pm. An edgy collaboration of remarkable talents in one hip space. Artists, designers, importers - entrepreneurs of every variety (and changing every month), intent on reinventing the current mundane shopping experience by offering remarkable, hand-selected works. The space is open only the second weekend of the month - making it a real "event" - with live music on Friday nights and cupcakes!

The Singers, Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church, 1900 Wellesley, 2pm. Members of the Dale Warland Singers and holiday concert featuring works by composer Steven Paulus. http://www.singersmca.org/

18th Annual Twin Cities Merry TubaChristmas Concert and Sing-A-Long will take place Sunday, Dec. 13th at 4:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of Central Presbyterian Church, 500 Cedar Street, downtown St. Paul. All tuba and euphonium players are warmly invited to join in the event. Something different!


Monday, December 14

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel, 7pm. Three-course dinner and live radio show adapted for the stage. $70 http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Tuesday, December 15

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel, 7pm. Three-course dinner and live radio show adapted for the stage. $70 http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

MN Wild v. Blue Jackets, Xcel Center, 7pm.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Ordway, thru Jan.2nd. An enchanting new production created just for the Ordway – the perfect gift of holiday entertainment. http://www.ordway.org/

Wednesday, December 16

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel, 7pm. Three-course dinner and live radio show adapted for the stage. $70 http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Thursday, December 17

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel, 7pm. Three-course dinner and live radio show adapted for the stage. $70 http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Plug into St. Paul, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 6-8pm. Networking for downtown residents and merchants.

Harbison in Focus, SPCO, The Music Room, 8pm. Engine408 program featuring some of the composer’s key works. http://www.thespco.org/

The Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE. The Courtroom Concert Series features local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. The audience is welcome to bring a lunch or purchase a sandwich at Anita's Cafe on the ground floor of Landmark Center. Complimentary coffee is served.

Friday, December 18

Christmas in Elizabethan England, The Rose Ensemble, Nativity of Our Lord, 1900 Wellesley Ave, 8pm The Rose Ensemble’s popular holiday concert returns with carols and motets by the beloved English Renaissance composers Thomas Tallis, Robert Parsons, William Byrd and Orlando Gibbons, accompanied by lute and viola da gamba. Full of soaring soprano lines, splendid harmonies and spirited poetry, this classic Tudor Christmas will help you celebrate in style! http://www.roseesemble.org/

The Classic Nutcracker, O'Shaughnessy.  Ballet Minnesota and the Minnesota Valley Orchestra. $40-$15. 612-673-0404.

Saturday, December 19

Lowertown SantaCon, a Santa-themed pub crawl led by the Brass Messengers, 5pm Happy HOur at Senor Wongs; 6pm, Black Dog; 7pm, Bulldog; 8pm, Barrio; *Mears Park Choir*; 9pm, Rumours &Innuendo; 10pm, Station 4.  All night drink specials for those in costume!

Holiday Concert, St. Paul Conservatory of Music, 6:30pm The Conservatory Baroque Ensemble, Children’s Choruses, and Suzuki Strings. Freewill donation

Peter Ostoushko’s Heartland Holiday Concert, Fitzgerald Theater, 8pm, $32. Peter celebrates the holiday spirit with the Heartland Holiday Ensemble.

Tango Nite, Black Dog Cafe & Wine Bar, Broadway and Prince. Third Saturday of every month is the Black Dog Milonga! Lois Donnay teaches, performs and promotes partner dancing in Minnesota, and has been specializing in teaching Argentine Tango for 10 years. 7:30pm lesson. Dance 8:00-12:00pm. Lots of fun! Great food, wine and dancing. $6 cover

Minnesota Rollergirls All-Stars vs. Sioux Falls Roller Dollz, Roy Wilkins Auditorium, 7:30pm, $15.

Winter Lights Tour, Wabasha Street Caves, 7-9pm. Two hour deluxw motorcoach tour that shows off our biggest and brightest displays of holiday cheer in our chilly capital city. Your guide is a member of winter lore, leading you on a fun-filled tour. $22 http://www.wabashastreetcaves.com/

Minnesota Zoomobile, Central Library, 11:15. The zoo comes to the library in this live animal presentation for the whole family.

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

The Classic Nutcracker, O'Shaughnessy. Ballet Minnesota and the Minnesota Valley Orchestra. $40-$15. 612-673-0404.

Horse-drawn Carriage Rides, 1-5pm, from the Alexander Ramsey House, $12 per person. 15 minute ride around historic Irvine Park.

Harbison in Focus, SPCO, The Music Room, 8pm. Engine408 program featuring some of the composer’s key works. http://www.thespco.org/

Sunday, December 20

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel. Four-course Tea 2pm ($55) or three-course dinner, 7pm ($70), both with a live radio show adapted for the stage. http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

French Conversation Group, Black Dog Café, 11:30am. New-comers of any level of fluency welcome every Sunday!

Santa’s Train Shop, Jackson Street Roundhouse, $8-$10. Visit Santa, take a train ride and view the 100-yr-old decorated roundhouse.

Festival of Carols, Cathedral of St. Paul, 3pm. Annual Advent Concert performed by the Cathedral Choir and the young singers of the St. Cecilia Choir. A holiday favorite featuring a rich variety of carols and anthems for the season. Freewill offering. Program will be repeated at 10:45pm Christmas Eve.

The Classic Nutcracker, O'Shaughnessy. Ballet Minnesota and the Minnesota Valley Orchestra. $40-$15. 612-673-0404.

Monday, December 21

MN Wild v. Avalanche, Xcel Center, 7pm.

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel. Four-course Tea 2pm ($55) or three-course dinner, 7pm ($70), both with a live radio show adapted for the stage. http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Victorian Christmas Stories, James J. Hill House, 7pm, $10 adults, $6 children. Costumed actors perform a readers’ theater of holiday stories, including works by Mark Twain and Willa Cather. Includes house tour and refreshments.

Tuesday, December 22

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel. Four-course Tea 2pm ($55) or three-course dinner, 7pm ($70), both with a live radio show adapted for the stage. http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Wednesday, December 23

MN Wild v. Oilers, Xcel Center, 6pm.

It’s A Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play, St. Paul Hotel. Four-course Tea 11am ($55), with a live radio show adapted for the stage. http://www.saintpaulhotel.com/

Friday, December 25th - Merry Christmas!
Saturday, December 26

MN Wild v. Blues, Xcel, 7pm.

Kwanzaa Family Celebration, Minnesota History Center

Victorian Christmas Stories, James J. Hill House, 7pm, $10 adults, $6 children. Costumed actors perform a readers’ theater of holiday stories, including works by Mark Twain and Willa Cather. Includes house tour and refreshments.

Thursday, December 31

MN Wild v. Kings, Xcel Center, 7pm.

Noon Year's Eve, Como Conservatory.  Fun, games and their own version of the ball drop (mid-afternoon!) at a free family focused New Years Eve event.

New Year's Eve Candlelight Walk, Fort Snelling State Park, $5 (Park entrance fee). This annual event will hold extra magic this year because it falls on a blue moon (second full moon in a month).  The three-mile trail through a floodplain forest, along small lakes, and a backwater of the Minnesota River is lit with flickering candles and ice luminarias.  Finish with hot cider and s'mores in the Visitor center or around a bonfire.  http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/ or 612-725-2389.

More ongoing holiday shows from November
Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold, Ordway, 7:30pm. In this latest addition to the LATE NITE CATECHISM series, Sister employs techniques from her favorite TV show, Forensic Files, to discover the whereabouts of the Magi's Gold. Sister creates a living nativity using audience members dressed as the Holy Family, magi, shepherds, sheep, cattle…and of course, an ass. $35, Matinee performances also available thru Dec. 27th. http://www.ordway.org/  


Of Mice and Men, Park Square Theatre, 7:30pm A poignant story about the American Dream told through the friendship of two migrant workers as they struggle to make a living. Matinee dates also available thru Dec.18th.

Sisters of Swing, MN History Theatre thru December 20th, The Andrews Sisters – LaVerne, Maxene, and Patricia – were born and raised in Minneapolis, with their sights set on making a career in music. Little did they know when they left Minnesota, that they would become the all-time leader in the recording world with more records than The Beatles and Elvis! Revisit the American experience during World War II through the finger-snapping, Big Band music of the Andrew Sisters, including Don’t Sit Under Apple Tree, Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy, Rum and Coca Cola and many more. http://www.historytheatre.com/

Ben Franklin: In Search of a Better World Exhibit, Minnesota History Center, On noted family days (11/27, 11/28, 11/29), meet the real Ben Franklin in this exhibit featuring 18th-century artifacts, experiments and other activities.

Holy Bells, a Deer Camp Christmas opens, Lowry Theater, thru Jan. 3rd. Christmas time means the “boys” head up north to the deer shack to cut fresh trees for the Elmwood all-church Christmas Eve nativity scene and combined choir service. To them, it's a great beer-drinking weekend (they buy the trees from a Hackensack tree lot) but this year things are different. The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) steps in and threatens to shut it down, "because it's on public property." Now they're on a mission to save both their nativity service and their beer-enhanced weekends.

A Life of Serious Nonsense, Jewel Theatre, 250 E. 7th St. thru Dec. 19th.  A 21st century taste of vaudeville - low key and family friendly.

The Homecoming: A Victorian Christmas, Alexander Ramsey House, thru Jan. 3rd.  Tours, baking classes, floral workshops and carriage rides of the 1875 mansion. http://www.mnhs.org/

Hill House Holidays, James J. Hill House, thru Dec. 27th.  Tours, history talks, Victorian Christmas stories and children's storytime.  http://www.mnhs.org/

Phalen Park Holiday Light Tour, thru Dec. 31. $8 per vehicle Sun-Thurs, $10 per vehicle Fri-Sat. Half mile of lights and animated displays.  Proceeds benefit Second Harvest.

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