NOVEMBER "ALL IN ST. PAUL" EVENT CALENDAR

Tuesday, November 2

Cinderella, Minnesota Opera, 7:30pm. Shows thru November 7th. http://www.mnopera.org/

MN Wild vs. The Sharks, Xcel Center, 7pm.

Wednesday, November 3

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

Tango Nuevo, James J. Hill Library, 7-8:15pm. An evening of Tango - the music, the dance, the history, the poetry.  Astor Piazzolo incorporates elements of jazz and classical music into traditional Tango. The audience is invited to join in the last dance. FREE


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.

Thursday, November 4


Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark Center, Courtroom 317, noon. Karen Hansen, clarinet, Steve Staruch, viola, Sue Ruby, piano Eri Furuya, piano. FREE

Cinderella, Minnesota Opera, 7:30pm. Shows thru November 7th. http://www.mnopera.org/

Locally Luscious, MN History Center, 7-9pm. Sample locally-sourced chocolate and cocktail pairings, then craft a beautiful chocolate box. $25/$20 members


Friday, November 5

First Friday, Station 4, 4-6pm. Hosted by the CapitolRiver Council.

Hubble opens, Science Museum Omnitheatre, 1,2,3,7,8 & 9pm. Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, Hubble takes you on a tour of the universe through 20 years of astounding images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.


MN Wild vs. The Flames, Xcel Center, 7pm.


Saturday, November 6


Cinderella, Minnesota Opera, 7:30pm. Shows thru November 7th. http://www.mnopera.org/

Sunday, November 7


The Grand Tour, Central Library, 2pm.  Phillip Rukavina, lutenist, plays a solo concert of Italian Renaissance and Baroque music. FREE

Saint Martin’s Day Celebration, Landmark, 4pm. FREE. German traditions and treats, lantern-making and parade through Rice Park at dusk. Please bring items to donate to Joseph’s Coat.


Cinderella, Minnesota Opera, 2pm. http://www.mnopera.org/


Tuesday, November 9


Beyond F. Scott Fitzgerald, MN History Center, 7pm. Join MHS curator Patrick Coleman for a conversationabout Minnesota’s Jazz novels, from Fitzgerald to the obscure. View rare editions, and share your opinions on which are among the 150 best Minnesota books. www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/lounge  


The Pleasures of Bread and Chocolate, MN History Center, 10:30am FREE History hints, recipes and samples with seniors in mind. Food writer Ann Burckhardtand baker Dan McGleno.


Ballet Tuesday, Landmark Center, noon. Saint Paul City Ballet FREE performance.


Alison Balsom, Schubert Club, 8pm. Performing from baroque to romantic and concluding with Gershwin. http://www.schubert.org/  

Thursday, November 11


Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark Center, Courtroom 317, noon. Ora Itkin, piano. FREE


MNHSL Girls’ Volleyball Tournament, Xcel Energy Center


Sounds of Rondo, Minnesota History Center, 7-9:30pm. An evening with Dan Chouinard and friends featuring jazz classics, a buttermilk fried chicken dinner and pecan pie. $55, $45 members.


Friday, November 12


MNHSL Girls’ Volleyball Tournament, Xcel Energy Center


Saturday, November 13

MNHSL Girls’ Volleyball Tournament, Xcel Energy Center

Girls and Science Event, Science Museum, 10am-4pm. Designed to foster girls' enthusiasm for science by showcasing female scientists in wide-ranging fields of science and technology. There will be lots of interactive demonstrations and opportunities to meet and talk with working female scientists. Up to four children can get free museum admission on the day of the event with a coupon available here.

Ramsey County Historical Society's Publication Party for the Book, The Dutiful Son: Louis W. Hill, Life in the Shadow of the Empire Builder, James J. Hill, 2pm; FREE (reservation required 651-222-0701. )


Sunday, November 14

The Schubert Club, International Novelty Gamelan, Landmark Center Musser Cortile, 1pm, FREE. Not your Grandad’s gamelan. New music -- with pop and rock influences -- played on the traditional bronze instruments from Java.

DIY! Chocolate, 3-5pm. Chocolate demos from tempering and molding to dessert preparation and mole sauce. $20/$15. http://www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/  


Monday, November 15

Club Book with Author Gish Jen, James J. Hill Reference Library, 7pm. FREE

Wednesday, November 17


MN Wild vs. The Ducks, Xcel Energy Center, 7pm.

Thursday, November 18


Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark Center, Courtroom 317, noon. Alias, Jay Krasnow, fortepiano FREE

Friday, November 19

Artenbru, Black Dog Cafe, 7pm, $7. A first-of-its-kind event featuring twenty amateur brewers and designers who worked together, as pairs, to create limited-edition sets of beer and poster designs for you to sample and enjoy.  Custom pint glass with admission and groovy raffle prizes. http://www.artenbru.com/


Contra-Tiempo, Ordway, 7:30pm. LA-based company infuses urban dance with heat, athleticism and humor.

TU Dance, O’Shaughnessy, 8pm.


Saturday, November 20

Christmas Boutique, Little Sisters of the Poor, 330 S. Exchange St., 11am-5pm.  Christmas shop, doll orphanage, bake sale, crafts and refreshments.

World's Greatest Hobby, St. Paul Rivercentre,10am-6pm.  50,000 sq. ft. of model trains!  $10 adult ticket for both days, under 16 yrs. FREE!!


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. $5 cover

The Christmas Schooner opens. History Theatre. A heart-warming musical about a German-American shipping Captain and his crew who braved the icy watersof Lake Michigan to bring Tannenbaum (Christmas trees) to the immigrant families of Chicago. http://www.historytheatre.com/


Minnesota Rollergirls, Roy Wilkins Auditorium

TU Dance, O’Shaughnessy, 8pm.


MN Wild vs. The Rangers, Xcel Energy Center, 7pm.


Sunday, November 21

Christmas Boutique, Little Sisters of the Poor, 330 S. Exchange St., 11am-5pm. Christmas shop, doll orphanage, bake sale, crafts and refreshments.

World's Greatest Hobby, St. Paul Rivercentre,10am-6pm. 50,000 sq. ft. of model trains! $10 adult ticket for both days, under 16 yrs. FREE!!


Minnesota Artists Exploring Issues of Identity, Central Library, 2pm. Three artists share perspectives on identities and culture through their work. FREE

Wednesday, November 24

MN Wild vs. The Flyers, Xcel Energy Center, 7pm.


Thursday, November 25  Happy Thansgiving!

Friday, November 26

Hmong New Year, St. Paul Rivercentre, 8am-10pm.


Scarecrow on Fire, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Hilarious, heartfelt and haunting continuation of the Oz story by Kevin Kling.

Black Nativity opens, Penumbra Theatre, thru Dec. 26.

MN Wild vs. The Predators, Xcel Energy Center, 1pm.


Saturday, November 27

Wells Fargo Ice Skating Rink opens, 4pm. Christmas Tree Lighting, Rice Park, 5pm.

Santa's Workshop, Landmark Center, 2-4pm. Children can make presents for their parents.

Scarecrow on Fire, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Hilarious, heartfelt and haunting continuation of the Oz story by Kevin Kling.


A Klingon Christmas Carol, Landmark Center, 8pm. $20

Hmong New Year, St. Paul Rivercentre, 8am-10pm.Holiday-themed Decorating Tea, St. Paul Hotel, 2pm, $35

TU Dance, O’Shaughnessy, 2pm.

Sunday, November 28 

Hmong New Year, St. Paul Rivercentre, 8am-10pm.

A Klingon Christmas Carol, Landmark Center, 5pm. $20

Scarecrow on Fire, Fitzgerald Theatre, 2pm. Hilarious, heartfelt and haunting continuation of the Oz story by Kevin Kling.


Monday, November 29

A Klingon Christmas Carol, Landmark Center, 8pm. $20

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