JUNE "ALL IN ST. PAUL" EVENT CALENDAR

Everyone knows about Grand Old Day, but what about an All Night Arts Festival or Lemonade Day?! And it's outdoor music season! Summer took long enough to get here - get out and enjoy every minute!

Wednesday, June 1


Music in the Cafe, Anita’s Café, noon. Andy Elwell(Acoustic Pop/Indie).


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, June 2

Steerage Song, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. A musical kaleidoscope of the immigrant journey to America. Peter Rothstein and Dan Chouinard have woven together a rich tapestry of immigrant songs, patriotic tunes, and the melodies of Tin Pan Alley, a tribute to the voices that created the sound of America.


Legacy: a Tribute to the King of Pop, Steppingstone Theatre, 7:30pm.


Friday, June 3

Steerage Song, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. A musical kaleidoscope of the immigrant journey to America. Peter Rothstein and Dan Chouinard have woven together a rich tapestry of immigrant songs, patriotic tunes, and the melodies of Tin Pan Alley, a tribute to the voices that created the sound of America.


Legacy: a Tribute to the King of Pop, Steppingstone Theatre, 7:30pm.


Saturday, June 4


Northern Spark, outside Landmark Center North Tower, dusk until dawn, FREE. All night event encompassing Minneapolis and St. Paul bringing 200 artists and their work together under cover of darkness June 4-5 and transforming the city into an open night gallery. 

Steerage Song, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. A musical kaleidoscope of the immigrant journey to America. Peter Rothstein and Dan Chouinard have woven together a rich tapestry of immigrant songs, patriotic tunes, and the melodies of Tin Pan Alley, a tribute to the voices that created the sound of America.

Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, Rice Park and the Ordway


Legacy: a Tribute to the King of Pop, Steppingstone Theatre, 1 & 8pm.


Sunday, June 5


Grand Old Day, Grand Avenue, parade starts at 10am, grand fun all day!


Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, Rice Park and the Ordway.


Lemonade Day, throughout St. Paul. A fun, city-wide event where YOUTH learn how to START, OWN and OPERATE their own business through a lemonade stand. Each child gets to MAKE and KEEP THE MONEY they earn. Youth of all ages learn to set goals, develop a business plan, establish a budget, seek investors, provide customer service and give back to their community.

Steerage Song, Fitzgerald Theatre, 2pm. A musical kaleidoscope of the immigrant journey to America. Peter Rothstein and Dan Chouinard have woven together a rich tapestry of immigrant songs, patriotic tunes, and the melodies of Tin Pan Alley, a tribute to the voices that created the sound of America.


Monday, June 6


ST. PAUL BUREAU OF ARTS AND BEVERAGES, Black Dog Café, 5-8pm. The second meeting of the Lowertown St. Paul's only (some would say "best") artists’ monthly happy hour for the Saintly City's artists and arts supporters. Free and open to all.


Wednesday, June 8


Music in the Cafe, Anita’s Café, noon. Nikki Schultz (Blues/Folk).


Thursday, June 9


SPCO: Haydn's Harmoniemesse, Ordway, 7:30pm.


Music in Mears Park, 6pm Black Blondie, 7:30pm Rogue Valley.


Friday, June 10


Panic opens (area premier), Park Square Theatre, thru July 10th. A Hitchcock-style thriller, with plenty of twists, turns and trenchcoats.


Superman, Summer Outdoor Movies, Central Library, dusk, rain or shine! (indoor former Zelda’s space during inclement weather). 1978, Christopher Reeves. Bring lawn chair, blankets and bug spray! FREE!


The Vagabond King opens, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


SPCO: Haydn's Harmoniemesse, Ordway, 8pm.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Gary, 7:05pm, http://www.saintsbaseball.com/


Saturday, June 11


World War II Weekend, Historic Fort Selling, 10am-5pm. Featuring a costumed staff, artifact displays, weapon firing demonstrations, a 1940s-style radio show, authentic vehicles, hands-on activities for families.

West St. Paul Classic Car Show, South Robert by Menards, noon-5pm.


SPCO: Haydn's Harmoniemesse, Ordway, 8pm.


On the Town opens, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Gary, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/


Sunday, June 12


World War II Weekend, Historic Fort Selling, 10am-5pm. Featuring a costumed staff, artifact displays, weapon firing demonstrations, a 1940s-style radio show, authentic vehicles, hands-on activities for families.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Gary, 1:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  

The Vagabond King, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Monday, June 13


Lowertown Reading Jam, Black Dog Café, 7-8:30pm. “Silence and the Sound”

Saint Paul Saints vs. Lincoln, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  

Tuesday, June 14


"Art and Human Evolution", Beaker and the Brush, Black Dog Café, 6:30-8:30pm. Monthly discussions at the Black Dog between representatives of the local scientific and artistic communities presented in conjunction with the Science Museum of Minnesota and the Saint Paul Art Crawl.


Taylor Swift, Excel Energy Center, 7:30pm.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Lincoln, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  

Wednesday, June 15


Music in the Cafe, Anita’s Café, noon. Blue Wolf (Bluegrass).


Grand Prix Bicycle Criterion Bike racers race incredibly fast through super-tight turns in downtown Saint Paul. Details at www.naturevalleybicyclefestival.com/Grand-Prix/Stages/St--Paul-Criterium.aspx


Guys and Dolls opens, Ordway, 7:30pm, thru June 26th.


Mu Daiko: SOUL OF THE DRUM opens, Ordway McKnight Theatre, 7:30pm, thru June 26th.


On the Town, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Taylor Swift, Excel Energy Center, 7:30pm.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Gary, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/


Thursday, June 16


Great River Park Party, Harriet Island. Party celebrating the Great River Park redevelopment plan. Free riverboat rides, houseboat home tours, a climbing wall and a free picnic supper. www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1188


Minnesota Quilters 33rd Annual Quilt Show and Conference, St. Paul Rivercentre, 9am-5pm. http://www.mnquilt.org/  


Music in Mears Park, 6pm Matthew Inkala and the Hostages, 7pm Hookers and Blow.


Ordway Music and Dance Series- Swing, music starts at 5:30, lesson at 6pm, practice with live band 7-10pm.


The Vagabond King, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Plug Into St. Paul, Wild Tymes Bar and Grill, 5:30-7:30pm.


Friday, June 17


Minnesota Quilters 33rd Annual Quilt Show and Conference, St. Paul Rivercentre, 9am-5pm. http://www.mnquilt.org/  


Back to the 50s Car Show, State Fairgrounds, 12,00 hot rods, custom cars and classic cars, auction and outdoor concerts.


Minnesota Centennial Showboat opens with Demon Barber of Fleet Street: The Melodrama of Sweeney Todd, Harriet Island.


Flash Gordon, Summer Outdoor Movies, Central Library, dusk, rain or shine! (indoor former Zelda’s space during inclement weather). 1980 sci-fi adventure. Bring lawn chair, blankets and bug spray! FREE!


The Rose Ensemble, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. SONGS OF TEMPERANCE AND TEMPTATION: 100 Years of Restraint and Revelry in Minnesota.


On the Town, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Saturday, June 18


Minnesota Quilters 33rd Annual Quilt Show and Conference, St. Paul Rivercentre, 9am-4pm. http://www.mnquilt.org/  


Back to the 50s Car Show, State Fairgrounds, 12,00 hot rods, custom cars and classic cars, auction and outdoor concerts.


The Rose Ensemble, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. SONGS OF TEMPERANCE AND TEMPTATION: 100 Years of Restraint and Revelry in Minnesota.


The Vagabond King, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Sunday, June 19


Generations of Jazz, Central Library 2pm. Dave Carr, Irv Williams, Kenny Horst and company. FREE


Back to the 50s Car Show, State Fairgrounds, 12,00 hot rods, custom cars and classic cars, auction and outdoor concerts.


On the Town, E. M. Pearson Theatre, Skylark Opera, 8pm.


Wednesday, June 22


Music in the Cafe, Anita’s Café, noon. Joey Ryan.


Artist & Photographer Hours, Como Conservatory, 6-9pm. $5


Thursday, June 23


Jazz Night Out, Mears Park and Lowertown clubs, 6pm start. Full Twin Cities Jazz Festival schedule at http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/  FREE


Ordway Music and Dance Series- Reggae-Afro Beat, music starts at 5:30, lesson at 6pm, practice with live band 7-10pm.


Friday, June 24


Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Mears Park ad Lowertown bars and restaurants http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/  


Darkman, Summer Outdoor Movies, Central Library, dusk, rain or shine! (indoor former Zelda’s space during inclement weather). 1990 action film. Bring lawn chair, blankets and bug spray! FREE!

Saint Paul Saints vs. Wichita, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  


NHL Draft, Xcel Energy Center, 6:06pm.


Saturday, June 25


Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Mears Park ad Lowertown bars and restaurants http://www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com/

Saint Paul Saints vs. Wichita, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/


NHL Draft, Xcel Energy Center, 10:06am.


Sunday, June 26

Saint Paul Saints vs. Wichita, 1:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/


Summit Avenue Garden Stroll and Tea, 1-5pm, $10


Tuesday, June 28

Saint Paul Saints vs. Fargo-Moorhead, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  


Wednesday, June 29


Music in the Cafe, Anita’s Café, noon. Tarlton (Indie).

Saint Paul Saints vs. Gary, 1:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  

Thursday, June 30


Music in Mears Park, 7pm We Became Actors


Ordway Music and Dance Series- Salsa, music starts at 5:30, lesson at 6pm, practice with live band 7-10pm.

Saint Paul Saints vs. Fargo-Moorhead, 7:05pm. http://www.saintsbaseball.com/  

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