JULY "ALL IN ST. PAUL" EVENT CALENDAR

On July 3rd, Daniel (age 12) and I joined Wilderness Inquiry for a Voyageur canoe trip from the UofM to Hidden Falls - six miles of fabulous! Even went through the Lock and Dam!  Find an adventure for you at www.wildernessinquiry.org - an amazing asset right here in town!

July 2-5 Taste of Minnesota, Harriet Island
Revamped with twice as many restaurants, a stronger live music lineup and a new entry price ($20 advance). Fireworks only on the 4th this year.

Friday, July 2

First Friday, Kelly's Depot, 4-6pm. Sponsored by the Capital River Council.Sunday, July 4

Free to Run 4 Miles, Harriet Island, 8am start, $25, $35.  Celebrating the liberty to run and walk. http://www.charitieschallenge.org/

Monday, July 5

Lowertown Reading Jam Series, Blackdog Coffee and Wine Bar, 7-8:30pm. Curator Chamath Perera and readers from the St. Paul Almanac.

Minnesota Sinfonia Concert, Como Park Pavillion, 7pm.

Tuesday, July 6

9 Nights of Music, International Reggae All-Stars (Ska/Reeae), Minnesota History Center, FREE. Music starts at 6:30; free activities and museum admission. www.mnhs.org/9nights

Wednesday, July 7

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE; Adam Svec

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.

History Pub Crawl, Workin’ the West End, trolley from the MN History Center, 7-9pm. Move into St. Paul’s oldest neighborhood and hear tales of the Czechs, Germans, and Italians who gave it life. $25 http://www.mnhs.org/  or 651-259-3015

Thursday, July 8

Music in Mears, 6pm Molly Dean, 7:30pm Communist daughter; food by The Bulldog

Ordway Summer Dance - Tango; Landmark Plaza, 6pm Lessons and Demos; 7:30-10pm Live music to practice to! (moves inside Ordway if weather is threatening) FREE

Joyce Meyer Ministries, Xcel Energy Center, thru July 10th

Friday, July 9

Movie Night, "Take the Lead", Central Library Kellogg Courtyard, 9:30pm weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair and bug spray! FREE

Saturday, July 10

History Food Crawl, MN History Center, 1:30-3:30pm. Trolley ride through the history and culture of University Avenue and sample its diverse cuisine. $35 www.mnhs.org/pubcrawls or 651-259-3015; reservations required.

July 10-11 Lake Phalen Dragon Festival. More than two dozen teams compete in the ancient Chinese sport of dragon boat racing during this family-friendly celebration of Asian-Pacific cultures. http://www.dragonfestival.org/

Sunday, July 11

Star Wars in Concert, Xcel Energy Center, 3 & 7:30pm.  Multi-media event featuring music from all six Star Wars scores.  $24.50-$75.

Monday, July 12

Capitol City Wind Ensemble, Rice Park, noon.

Ice Cream Social, St. Paul Hotel, 11:30-1pm. Celebrate the St. Paul Hotel's 100th anniversary in Rice Park and benefit Listening House.

Tuesday, July 13

Minnesota State Band, MN History Center, 10:30am & 12:30pm, FREE. Acclaimed 50-member Minnesota State Band play for the Seniors in Mind Program.

World of Music Jazz Group, Mears Park, noon.

9 Nights of Music, Millie and the Mentshn (Klezmer), Minnesota History Center, FREE. Music starts at 6:30; free activities and museum admission. www.mnhs.org/9night

July 14-18 Ramsey County Fair http://www.ramseycountyfair.com/

Wednesday, July 14

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

Teddy Bear Band; Children's Music Series at Harriet Island, 11-noon. These interactive performances are FREE and will be held rain or shine inside the Clarence W. Wigington Pavilion; which is located on the West side of Harriet Island Regional Park. Feel free to bring your own bag lunch to eat while enjoying the shows. http://www.teddybearband.com/

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE; A Night in the Box

History Pub Crawl, Workin’ the West End, trolley from the MN History Center, 7-9pm. Move into St. Paul’s oldest neighborhood and hear tales of the Czechs, Germans, and Italians who gave it life. $25 http://www.mnhs.org/  or 651-259-3015

Thursday, July 15

Music in Mears,TBA; food by Barrio

Ordway Summer Dance - Disco; Landmark Plaza, 6pm Lessons and Demos; 7:30-10pm Live music to practice to! (moves inside Ordway if weather is threatening) FREE

Friday, July 16

Movie Night, "That's the Way I Like It", Central Library Kellogg Courtyard, 9:30pm weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair and bug spray! FREE

Highland Fest http://www.highlandfest.com/

Saturday, July 17

Downtown Beat Classics Car Show, Kellogg Blvd., 5-10pm

Rondo Days Festival; Celebration includes a 5K, parade, live music, food and vendors. http://www.celebratestpaul.com/

Highland Fest http://www.highlandfest.com/

Sunday, July 18

Highland Fest http://www.highlandfest.com/

Monday, July 19

Charlie and the Good Times, Rice Park, noon.

Tuesday, July 20

9 Nights of Music, RetroFit (Beatles Covers), Minnesota History Center, FREE. Music starts at 6:30; free activities and museum admission. Added bonus of “A Hard Day’s Night” screening and Beetles costume contest. www.mnhs.org/9night

Trio Tipo, Mears Park, noon.

Wednesday, July 21

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE; Ashleigh Still & Jack Salisbury

History Pub Crawl, Workin’ the West End, trolley from the MN History Center, 7-9pm. Move into St. Paul’s oldest neighborhood and hear tales of the Czechs, Germans, and Italians who gave it life. $25 http://www.mnhs.org/  or 651-259-3015

Thursday, July 22

Music in Mears, 6pm Huna, 7:30pm A Night in the Box; food by The Bulldog

Movie in Mears, Little Shop of Horrors, dusk.

Ordway Summer Dance - Cajun/Country; Landmark Plaza, 6pm Lessons and Demos; 7:30-10pm Live music to practice to! (moves inside Ordway if weather is threatening) FREE

Friday, July 23

Movie Night, "Urban Cowboy", Central Library Kellogg Courtyard, 9:30pm weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair and bug spray! FREE

Saturday, July 24

Natalie Merchant, O’Shaughnessy Auditorium, 8pm.

Laurel and Hardy Movie Party, Fitzgerald Theater, 7:00pm. Join Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis, along with A Prairie Home Companion®’s sound effects man Tom Keith and Theater Organ Master Mike Grandchamp, as they create a rich sound-and-music accompaniment to four of Laurel and Hardy’s best silent films. It’s an evening of laughs and fun that will delight every member of the family. There will be free bowler hats for the kids, free popcorn, plus a live slapstick half-time show and a big finish.
All tickets are $15.00. www.fitzgeraldtheater/publicradio/org

Red Bull Flugtag, Harriet Island, 11am. The brave and brainy design, build and pilot homemade flying machines off a 30-foot high flight deck either to soar or plunge into the waters below. More than 30 teams from across the Midwest will fly above the Mississippi River.

Sunday, July 25

Black Dog Summer Block Party, 308 Prince St., 2-8pm. Program features rock, blues, pop and rock, food and fun.

Monday, July 26

Flute Cocktail, Rice Park, noon.

Tuesday, July 27

9 Nights of Music, Ring of Kerry (Irish), Minnesota History Center, FREE. Music starts at 6:30; free activities and museum admission. www.mnhs.org/9night

The Fairlanes, Mears Park, noon.

Wednesday, July 28

Splatter Sisters; Children's Music Series at Harriet Island, 11-noon. These interactive performances are FREE and will be held rain or shine inside the Clarence W. Wigington Pavilion; which is located on the West side of Harriet Island Regional Park. Feel free to bring your own bag lunch to eat while enjoying the shows. http://www.splattersisters.com/

Music in the Cafe, Anita's at the Landmark, 12pm FREE; Chastity Brown

Thursday, July 29

Music in Mears, 6-9pm School of Rock’s Road Crew Band; food by The Black Dog Café and Wine Bar

Movies in Mears, School of Rock, dusk.

Ordway Summer Dance - Rock and Roll; Landmark Plaza, 6pm Lessons and Demos; 7:30-10pm Live music to practice to! (moves inside Ordway if weather is threatening) FREE

Joan Armatrading, Fitzgerald Theater, 7:30pm. Grammy-award nominated singer/songwriter ranges from true soul to sophisticated pop, driven by her passionate guitar.

Friday, July 30

Movie Night, "Footloose", Central Library Kellogg Courtyard, 9:30pm weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair and bug spray!  FREE

Summer Book Sale, Central Library 1st floor Library Store, 9:30am-4pm.

Saturday, July 31

Lowertown Music Fest, 2pm. Mason Jennings, Cloud Cult, Peter Wolf Crier, Frank Turner. Outdoors!$25advance/$30 

Summer Book Sale, Central Library 1st floor Library Store, 9:30am-4pm.


Downtown Beat Classics Car Show, Kellogg Blvd., 5-10pm.

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