FEBRUARY "ALL IN ST. PAUL" EVENT CALENDAR

Tuesday, February 1

MN Wild vs. LA Kings, 7pm

Wednesday, February 2

Entrepreneurship: The Famous Dave’s Story, James J. Hill Library, 6:30pm. Dave Anderson, founder of Famous Dave’s, will share his amazing story of how he turned a backyard hobby into a national restaurant empire.

Thursday, February 3

Swing Dance, Wabasha Street Caves. Lesson 6:15pm, dancing with live band 7-10pm.

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE.  Concerts feature local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. For more information please visit www.schubert.org

Friday, February 4

World’s Toughest Rodeo, Xcel Energy Center

Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963 opens, Steppingstone Theatre, thru Feb. 27th.

Saturday, February 5

World’s Toughest Rodeo, Xcel Energy Center

Winter Carnival Torchlight Parade, 5:30pm.

A Prairie Home Companion, Fitzgerald Theatre, 4:45pm.

Sunday, February 6th

Moving the Dream Forward, Central Library, 2pm. Poetry, music, and song celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with T. Mychael Rambo.

Saint Paul City Ballet, SPCB Kids, Landmark Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 1pm; FREE. Share the wonder of dance with your entire family with a special program designed to introduce young audiences to the magic and beauty of ballet

Monday, February 7

Artist Happy Hour, Black Dog Cafe, 5-8pm.  Sponsored by Springboard for the Arts.

Tuesday, February 8th

Ballet Tuesday, Landmark Musser Cortile; 12pm; FREE. St. Paul City Ballet

Beaker and Brush, Black Dog Cafe, 6:30-8pm. Speakers discuss the intersection of science and the arts.

Wednesday, February 9

MN Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche, 7pm.

Thursday, February 10

Central Library Book Club, 10:30am. The Days of Rondo by Evelyn Fairbanks.

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE.  Recorder Feast: Cléa Galhano, director; Students, Friends and Faculty of The Saint Paul Conservatory of MusicConcerts feature local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. For more information please visit www.schubert.org

Adrift on the Mississippi opens, History Theartre, thru Feb. 27th A powerful true story of Reverend Robert Hickman, who led a group of slaves out of Missouri, up the Mississippi river on a raft in search of freedom. 

Swing Dance, Wabasha Street Caves. Lesson 6:15pm, dancing with live band 7-10pm.

Friday, February 11

Spoil Your Sweetie Happy Hour, Artists Mercantile, 4-6pm. Beer, wine, chocolate and valentine gift ideas all wrapped up!

Chris Capehart, Twin Cities Magic Jewel Theatre, 7pm. Magic show by acclaimed international magician Chris Capehart.

Saturday, February 12

MN Wild vs. St. Louis Blues, 8pm.

Flamenco Night, Black Dog Cafe, 8-11pm. Gathering of the Gypsies Open Stage Event; Music and Dance by Sendero Flamenco, Spanish wine flights.

Sunday, February 13th

Urban Expedition: NEPAL!, Landmark Musser Cortile; 1pm; FREE. Experience this South Asian country and all it has to offer without a passport. Taste Nepalese food, see authentic performances and make Nepalese crafts!

DIY Workshop, Brewing With the Founding Fathers, MN History Center, 3-5pm. Learnabout the beers, brewing and food of the founding fathers. Samples included. $20.

A Voice Match, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm. Sue Scott and Tim Russell tell the story of a pair of star crossed voice over actors who finally meet after years of working together. Prairie Home sound effect man Tom Keith will also lend his voice to the evening’s fun. This romantic tale is the perfect treat for a Valentine’s Weekend date.

Como Enchanted Evening, Como Conservatory, 5:30 & 8pm seatings. Enjoy candle-lit tables throughout the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory amongst the three featured gardens, each with its own unique characteristics from the intimate North Garden with lush vegetation to the Sunken Garden with the color and scents of a picturesque warm summer day. Live musicians play as Lancer Catering serves a double entrée, gourmet dinner.

Wild Bill Bauer, Centennial Showboat, dinner and laughs.Tickets and details http://www.riverrides.com/

Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience, Ordway, 7:30pm. Grammy award winner!

Monday, February 14 HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

Como Enchanted Evening, Como Conservatory, 5:30 & 8pm seatings. Enjoy candle-lit tables throughout the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory amongst the three featured gardens, each with its own unique characteristics from the intimate North Garden with lush vegetation to the Sunken Garden with the color and scents of a picturesque warm summer day. Live musicians play as Lancer Catering serves a double entrée, gourmet dinner.

Tuesday, February 15

MN Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks, 7pm.

Sing Along with the Rose Ensemble, Landmark Center, 7pm. Annual sin-a-long with this premier early music vocal group.

Live at Five, McNally Smith, 5pm.  Faculty members perform pop, jazz and original works.

Wednesday, February 16

Chris Tomlin, Excel Energy Center, 7pm.

ETHAN BORTNICK, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7:30pm. Nine-year-old pianist, composer and child piano sensation brings his debut national headlining tour.

Thursday, February 17

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE.  Ladyslipper: Sahar Hassan, soprano; Margaret Humphrey, baroque violin and Asako Hirabayashi, harpsichord with guest artists Jonah Hacker, double bass and Eri Isomura, percussion. Concerts feature local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. For more information please visit www.schubert.org

Swing Dance, Wabasha Street Caves. Lesson 6:15pm, dancing with live band 7-10pm.

Plug In To St. Paul, Hilton Garden Inn, 5:30-7:30pm.  Downtown residents and businesses invited.

Minnesota Home and Patio Show, Rivercentre, noon-9pm.

Friday, February 18

MN Wild vs. Anaheim Ducks, 7pm.

KING TUT opens, Science Museum.

Minnesota Home and Patio Show, Rivercentre, noon-9pm.

Saturday, February 19

MN Swarm vs. Blazers, Xcel Energy Center, 7:30pm. Post game party at O’Gara’s Bar and Grill!

Minnesota Home and Patio Show, Rivercentre, 10am-9pm.

 Sunday, February 20

MN Wild vs. Detroit Red Wings

A Scottish Ramble, Landmark Musser Cortile; Sat. 10am - 5pm; Sun. 12pm - 5pm; $3 - $5 Nothing's Cooler than Kilts in February! Enjoy bagpipes, dance competitions, shopping and traditional music as the largest indoor Scottish Festival, the Scottish Ramble invades Landmark Center!

Minnesota Home and Patio Show, Rivercentre, noon-6pm.

Monday, February 21

Lowertown Reading Jam, Black Dog Cafe, 7-8:30pm. “Asiatic Fresh and Classic” spoken word curated by Tou SaiKo Lee.

Tuesday, February 22

MN Wild vs. Edmonton Oilers, 7pm.

Discover the Real George Washington exhibit opens, MN History Center

Wednesday, February 23-26

MSHSL Girls’ Hockey Tournament

Thursday, February 24

Central Library Book Club, 2-3pm. Opening Day: The Story of Jackie Robinson’s First Season by Jonathon Eig.

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Courtroom 317; 12pm; FREE.  Cléa Galhano, recorder; Julie Elhard, viola da gamba and Paul Boehnke, harpsichord; Yun ji Kin, harpsichord and piano. Concerts feature local performing artists of the highest caliber from the Twin Cities and surrounding metropolitan area, as well as occasional musical newcomers to the area. For more information please visit www.schubert.org

Gaelic Storm, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7:30pm. Cabbage, their eighth release, is full of uplifting, smile-inducing songs that will throw an arm around, slide another drink in front of you and make everything feel okay.

Saturday, February 26

Global Hotdish Black History Month Tribute, MN History Center, 2-3:30pm (preshow entertainment at 1:30) Step Dance, Hip Hop & Spoken Word, Hambone, Jazz & Blues. $12 adults, $5 children.

African American Storytelling, Minnesota’s Greatest Generation, MN History Center, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 with storyteller Jerry Blue.

O'Reilly's World of Wheels, Rivercentre, 3-10pm.

Saturday, February 26

O'Reilly's World of Wheels, Rivercentre, 11am-10pm.


SundayFebruary 27th

Skylark Opera, Tales of Offenbach, Landmark Musser Cortile; 1pm; FREE. Wonder as the beautiful soundings of Skylark Opera resonate through historic Landmark Center's Musser Cortile, featuring a musical and theatrical tribute to composer Jacques Offenbach.

The Blind Side, Cental Library, 2pm.The story of Michael Oher, a homeless and traumatized boy who became an All American football player with the help of a caring woman and her family.

O'Reilly's World of Wheels, Rivercentre, 11am-7pm.


Monday, February 28

MN Wild vs. Chicago Blackhawks, 7pm.

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