June "ALL IN ST. PAUL" Event Calendar

Wednesday, June 2

Sample Night Live, Minnesota History Theatre, 30 10th St. E., 7pm. 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/  Theater, dance, music, puppetry, improv, and poetry slammers.

Jewel, O'Shaughnessy Auditorium, 7:30pm.

Thursday, June 3

Polar Bear Odyssey Grand Opening Weekend, Como Zoo

Friday, June 4

First Friday, Camp Bar 4-6pm.

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersely Lily opens, Park Square Theatre, thru July 3rd.

Studio Open House, Lowertown, 6-9pm. Artist studios in the Jax, Northern Warehouse, Tilsner and Northwestern Buildings will be open to the public as a “First Friday” promotion. www.lowertownfirstfridays.com

June 5-6 Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, Rice Park
               Minnesota Antiques Dealers Association Antiques Show, State Fair Grounds

Saturday, June 5

Bill The Juggler, Central Library, 11:15am.

Downtown Beat Classics Car Show, 5-10pm, Kellogg Blvd. betwwen Robert and Wabasha. FREE

Monday, June 7

Minnesota Quest Youth Slam Team , Blackdog Coffee and Wine Bar Lowertown Reading Jam Series, 7-8:30pm. A talented group of multi-cultural poets, writers and performers from urban Minnesota high schools who give voice to an art form that honors and brings forward the stories, experiences, dreams, convictions and perspectives. Curator Tish Jones.

Wednesday, June 9

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE. Joey Ryan from Joey Ryan and the Inks.

History Pub Crawl, MNHS, 7-9pm.  Downtown Low-Down; Rilive downtown's transformation from backwater to power center, built by robber barons, impresarios and rogues.  Includes a sneak peek inside the Union Depot Concourse!  $25; reservations required www.mnhs.org/pubcrawls.

Thursday, June 10

7th Place Farmer's Market begins 10am-2:30pm

Music in Mears Park, 6pm Kevin Anthony, 7:30pm Romantica

Jewish and Christian Origins as Revealed by the Dead Sea Scrolls, Science Museum, 7-8:30pm. Dr. Risa Levitt Kohn - Director, Jewish Studies Program, and Professor, Religious Studies Department, San Diego State University.

June 11-13 Take-a-Kid-Fishing Weekend

Friday, June 11

Schumann’s Spring Symphony, SPCO, Ordway, 10:30am & 8pm. Season finale!

Saturday, June 12

Schumann’s Spring Symphony, SPCO, Ordway, 8pm. Season finale!

Treasure Beyond Measure, Central Library, 11:15am. A pirate adventure filled with physical comedy and uproarious audience participation.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Sunday, June 13

Just Jazz, Central Library, 2pm. T. Michael Rambo and his ensemble perform jazz music mixed with literature to create a celebration of jazz, art and the written word.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 3pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Noel Coward's "Bittersweet". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Monday, June 14

Trio Tipo, Rice Park, noon. 

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Noel Coward's "A Talent to Amuse". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Tuesday, June 15

7th Place Farmer's Market begins 10am-2:30pm

Wednesday, June 16

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE. Will Hutchinson.

History Pub Crawl, MNHS, 7-9pm. Downtown Low-Down; Rilive downtown's transformation from backwater to power center, built by robber barons, impresarios and rogues. Includes a sneak peek inside the Union Depot Concourse! $25; reservations required www.mnhs.org/pubcrawls.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 3pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Noel Coward's "Bittersweet". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Thursday, June 17

St. Paul Libraries Closed

12th Annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Jazz Night Out, Mears Park, 6-9pm. Hat Trick Lounge, Artists' Quarter, Mancini's http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/

Salsa del Soul, Landmark Center outdoor dance floor, lessons 5:30-6:30pm, dance 7-10pm.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

June 18-20 Back to the 50's Weekend, State Fairgrounds

Friday, June 18

Triumph of Love opens, Minnesota Centennial Showboat, thru Aug. 28th.   

12th Annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Jazz Night Out, Mears Park, 4-10pm. Hat Trick Lounge, Artists' Quarter, Black Dog Cafe http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/

"Dance With Me", Kellogg Courtyard of Central Library, movie starts at dusk!  Bring your chair and bug spray!

Back to the 50's Weekend, State Fairgrounds, The event of the summer for car lovers -11,000 cars, exhibits, craft fair and live music.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Noel Coward's "Bittersweet". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Wits, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Leading humor writers, satirists and storytellers with John Hodgman.

Saturday, June 19

Underwater Adventures Aquarium, Central Library, 11:15am. Hands-on activities, artifacts, and live animals present how water affects life on earth.

12th Annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Jazz Night Out, Mears Park, noon-10pm. Hat Trick Lounge, Artists' Quarter, Black Dog Cafe, Cray Plaza Youth Festival Indoor Stage  http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/

Downtown Beat Classics Car Show, 5-10pm, Kellogg Blvd. betwwen Robert and Wabasha. FREE

Back to the 50's Weekend, State Fairgrounds, The event of the summer for car lovers -11,000 cars, exhibits, craft fair and live music.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 8pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow". http://www.skylarkopera.com/

Sunday, June 20 Happy Father’s Day!

Make: Day, Science Museum, noon-5pm. Celebrate the ingenuity and inventiveness in our community. Local engineers, artists, tinkerers and inventors showcase their DIY creations and innovations to museum visitors. This family-friendly event features arts, electronics, musical performances, green technology, crafting and more. http://www.smm.org/

Back to the 50's Weekend, State Fairgrounds, The event of the summer for car lovers -11,000 cars, exhibits, craft fair and live music.

Skylark Opera, EM Pearson Theatre, 312 N. Hamline, 3pm. Twin Cities foremost comic opera perform Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow". http://www.skylarkopera.com/ 

Monday, June 21

Sting, Xcel Center, 8pm.

Fairlanes, Rice Park, noon.

Tuesday, June 22

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Xcel Center, 7:30pm.

Wednesday, June 23

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE. Davina and the Vagabonds.

History Pub Crawl, MNHS, 7-9pm. Downtown Low-Down; Rilive downtown's transformation from backwater to power center, built by robber barons, impresarios and rogues. Includes a sneak peek inside the Union Depot Concourse! $25; reservations required www.mnhs.org/pubcrawls.

Thursday, June 24

“We Played with the Boys”, Landmark Courtroom 317, 6:30pm, FREE.
Learn more about the Legacy of Minnesota Black Baseball by attending these engaging panel discussions.

Music in Mears Park, 6pm Star Again, 7:30pm Idle Hands

The Senders Swing Band, Landmark Center outdoor dance floor, lessons 5:30-6:30pm, dance 7-10pm.

Music and Movies, District del Sol, 6:30pm kids activities, band from 7:30-dusk, family friendly movie at dusk. http://www.districtdelsol/

Friday, June 25

"Top Hat", Kellogg Courtyard of Central Library, movie starts at dusk! Bring your chair and bug spray!

Star of the North Antique Show, State Fairgrounds Education Building.

Twin Cities Book Fair, State Fairgrounds Progress Building. Features used books including antiquarian & rare, illustrated & children's, maps & prints, first editions, Americana, fine bindings, mysteries, private press & out-of-print.

Saturday, June 26

Wonder Weavers: Wet Wild and Wacky, Central Library, 11:15am. Interactive storytelling.


Star of the North Antique Show, State Fairgrounds Education Building.

Twin Cities Book Fair, State Fairgrounds Progress Building. Features used books including antiquarian & rare, illustrated & children's, maps & prints, first editions, Americana, fine bindings, mysteries, private press & out-of-print.

Sunday, June 27

Star of the North Antique Show, State Fairgrounds Education Building.

Monday, June 28

Parisota Hot Club, Rice Park, noon.

Wednesday, June 30

Artist & Photographer Day, Como Conservatory, 6:30-9:30pm, $5.


Santana, Xcel Center, 7:30pm.Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE. Bethany Larson.

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