NOVEMBER "ALL IN ST. PAUL" Event Calendar


Heading into the holiday season - I can almost see the blinking lights!  More added daily, as some things are still up in the air - ie. MN Wild, SPCO etc.  Stay tuned! 10/22 - The SPCO has now cancelled performances through Nov. 4th.

Thursday, Nov. 1

Courtroom Concert, FREE AND FABULOUS, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon.  Christopher Atzinger, piano, Clara Osowski, mezzo soprano. Concerts last about an hour - it's ok to bring your lunch.

Final Senate and Constitutional Amendment Debates, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm. Marriage Amendment Debate hosted by Kerry Miller.

Friday, Nov. 2

First Friday,Wild Thymes, 4-6pm. CapitolRiver's downtown happy hour - camaraderie, appetizers, and door prizes.

SPCO: Faust and Fantasy, Ordway, 10:30am & 8pm. CANCELLED

WITS, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Dave Foley and Mike Doughty.

Saturday, Nov. 3

Artists Celebration and Awards, AZ Gallery, 6-10pm. Lowertown Art Show opening celebration.

Madonna, Xcel, 8pm.

SPCO: Faust and Fantasy, Ordway, 8pm. CANCELLED

Sunday, Nov. 4

St. Martin’s Day Celebration, Landmark Center, 4-6pm. FREE

Madonna, Xcel, 8pm.

Monday, Nov. 5

St. Paul Bureau of Arts and Beverages, Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar, 5-8pm. Artists’ Happy Hour.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE!

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Bob Dylan, Xcel, 7:30pm.

Sample Night Live, History Theatre, 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. Theater, dance, music, puppetry, improv, and poetry slammers.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Thursday, Nov. 8

Courtroom Concert, FREE AND FABULOUS, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon.  Jeremy Krahn, piano, Rosalind Leavell, cello. Concerts last about an hour - it's ok to bring your lunch.


Cocktails with Culture, Landmark, 5-7pm.  Featuring the AAW Gallery of Wood Art and the Schubert Club Museum. Live music - Traditional Chinese Music (McNally Smith College of Music), woodturning demonstrations and cocktails! FREE EVENT, cocktails for purchase.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Minnesota State High School League Girl’s Volleyball Tournament Nov. 8-10

Trail of Two Cities – a Musical History Show, MN History Center, 7-9pm.  An evening of stories told through songs, historic maps, journals and photos. (with Dan Chouinard & Friends) $25/ $20MHC members.

Friday, Nov. 9

Erin Morgenstern, Talking Volumes, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm. The Night Circus.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Saturday, Nov. 10

MN Rollergirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.

Military Trains (Salute to Veterans), Twin City Model Railroad Museum, Bandana Square, 9am-3pm.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Saints and Sinners: The Moth, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7:30pm.

Sunday, Nov. 11


Mary Black, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7:30pm. One of Ireland’s finest female vocalists.

Schola Cantorum Coralina, House of Hope Church, 797 Summit Ave, 4pm. VocalEssence Presents: An Evening in Havana - sizzling performances of both classical and Latin-infused choral music.

PipJazz Sundays, Landmark, 5pm. Hosted by Pippi Ardennia, a Chicago born jazz/blues singer and songwriter residing in St. Paul; Youth All Star Night, $10-25.

Ikebana Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm. The art of Japanese flower arranging.

Monday, Nov. 12


Tuesday, Nov. 13

Ballet Tuesday, Landmark, noon.  St. Paul City Ballet.

Wednesday, Nov. 14

Flamenco from Spain, Central Library but hosted in the James J. Hill, 6:30pm. World-renowned performers.

Books on a BoatShowboat (Harriet Island), 6-9pm. Top selling Minnesota authors will explore the electronic revolution in publishing and reveal how and where they write, what motivates their passion, and the answers to audience questions. $12, $15 door with $10 of it spending credit.
 
Thursday, November 15

Courtroom Concert, FREE AND FABULOUS, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon.  Minnesota Composer Spotlight, Ensemble 61.  Concerts last about an hour - it's ok to bring your lunch. Hosted by the Schubert Club.

Friday, November 16

WITS, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Julia Sweeney and Martha Wainwright.

Red House Live, Landmark, 7pm Cocktails, 8pm Concert, $15 advance, $18 at the door. Award-winning songwriter, Meg Hutchinson (The Living Side).

Sunday, Nov. 18

Skylark Opera Concert, Landmark, 1pm.  FREE


Monday, Nov. 19

Hill House Chamber Players, James J. Hill House, 7:30pm. Guest mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala, A Ring of Birds, Sonata for violin and piano, Piano Quartet Opus 87. $17.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Schubert Club: Stephen Hough, piano, Ordway, 7:30pm.

Thursday, Nov. 22 Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, Nov. 23

Then and Now opens, MN History Center.  14,000 sq. ft. of Minnesota history that kids of all ages can touch, step in, climb on and talk about. 

Hmong New Year, Rivercentre, 8am-11:30pm.


Back Home, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Kevin Kling and Mason Jennings.

Saturday, Nov. 24

Hmong New Year, Rivercentre, 8am-11:30pm.

Winter Courtyard, Landmark, 4pm.  FREE.

Rice Park Tree Lighting Ceremony, Rice Park, 4:30pm.

Winterskate opens, 4:30pm. Ice skating demos, open skate, hot chocolate & rentals.


Back Home, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Kevin Kling and Mason Jennings.

Christmas of Swing opens, History Theatre.  The Andrews Sisters serve up a boogie-woogie delight for the whole family. WWII Veterans get in free!

Sunday, Nov. 25

Back Home, Fitzgerald Theatre, 2pm. Kevin Kling and Mason Jennings.

Hmong New Year, Rivercentre, 8am-11:30pm.

Monday, November 26

Hill House Chamber Players, James J. Hill House, 7:30pm.  Guest mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala, A Ring of Birds, Sonata for violin and piano, Piano Quartet Opus 87. $17.

Wednesday, Nov. 28


Winter Carnival Button Unveiling, Rice Park, 6:30-8:30pm.


Thursday, Nov. 29


Friday, Nov. 30


WITS, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm. Maria Bamford and Brandi Carlile.


St. Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show, Rivercentre, 1-9pm. $9

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever opens, thru Dec. 23. When the Angel of the Lord speaks, people listen! Especially when that angel is Gladys Herdman, the youngest, meanest, bitey-est of the whole Herman crew. 

Minnesota Sinfonia Holiday Concert, 1240 Arcade, 7pm.

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