SEPTEMBER "All in St. Paul" Event Calendar

BACK TO SCHOOL!  And hanging on to summer!

AUGUST DATES STILL POSTED BELOW!

Monday, September 1 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

Saints vs. Kansas City, 1:05pm.

Thursday, September 

Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival, Mears, 7-10pm.

Friday, September 5



Roseanne Cash, O’Shaughnessy, 8pm.

Sexy Laundry opens, Park Square, thru Sept. 28.

“Jailhouse Rock”, Raspberry Island, dusk.  Comcast movies in the Park.

Saturday, September 6


Little Mekong Night Market, University and Western, 5pm.

From Pig’s Eye to Summit: St. Paul’s Brewing History by Bus, MN History Center, 2:30-5:30pm.

6th Annual Summer Beer Dabbler, Midway Stadium, 5-9pm. Craft beer festival features live music, food, and offerings from more than 60 local and national breweries. For tickets and info visit thebeerdabbler.com.

Sunday, September 7

Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Landmark, 4-6pm. FREE. Crafts, music, dance, food, storytelling and a lion dance and lantern parade in Rice Park. Food from Mai Village Restaurant.

St. Paul Classic Bike Tour Live music, treats, and miles of traffic-free cycling

Monday, September 8

Food Fanatics Live Culinary Expo, Rivercentre, 10am-5pm.

Science Museum Closed Sept. 8-12 for cleaning.

Thursday, September 11

2015 Saint Paul Almanac Book Launch Celebration, Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar, 7pm Author readings, performances, local food and drink, live music, and the new 2015 Almanacs available for purchase. The celebration will also include the grand opening of an art exhibit displaying works published in this almanac at the AZ Gallery and the Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar in Lowertown, Saint Paul. The exhibit will run from September 4—September 28.

Friday, September 12

Test Pilot, O’Shaughnessy, 7:30pm.

Saturday, September 13


The Replacements, Midway Stadium, 5:30pm.

Art Talk: From There to Here artists in Conversation, MMAA, 2-3pm.

Selby Avenue Jazz Fest, 11am-7:30pm.

Sunday, September 14

Summit House Tour, noon-6pm. Self guided - ten houses and three public spaces.

Wednesday, September 17

Riders on the Orphan Train, Union Depot, 7pm. $12/ $10 with code ORPHAN14. Touring multimedia show telling the stories of children of the Orphan Train.

Thursday, September 18

SILVER+SILK+STYLE, Artist Merchantile, 11am-2pm. An Autumn Accessories Show. Stop in to get a chance to win a piece of jewelry by Susan Panciera!!!!

Friday, September 19

Red House Live: Peter Ostroushko, Landmark, 7pm cocktails, 8pm performance. $20/door.  Ostroushko is regarded as one of the finest mandolin and fiddle players in acoustic music.



SILVER+SILK+STYLE, Artist Merchantile, 4-8pm. An Autumn Accessories Show. Stop in to get a chance to win a piece of jewelry by Susan Panciera!

Creative Collaboration:  MMMA & McNally Smith College of Music, MMAA, 6:30-8pm.  Night of art and music.

VoicePlay, O’Shaughnessy, 7pm.

“12 Angry Men”, Raspberry Island, Dusk. Comcast Movies in the Park.

Saturday, September 20

Prairie Home Companion kickoff and street dance, Fitzgerald, 4:45 show, 6pm meatloaf supper ($5), music and dancing 7-10pm.

From Pig’s Eye to Summit: St. Paul’s Brewing History by Bus, MN History Center, 2:30-5:30pm.

MN Opera: La Fanciulla del West opens, Ordway, thru Sept. 28.

Sunday, September 21

Twin Cities Bridal Show, Rivercentre, noon-4pm. $10

St. Paul Bark & Rec Day, Harriet Island, 8am-2pm.

Adieu Summer Concert, Como Lakeside Pavilion, 3-6:30pm. Ticket to Brasil, Voice of Culture, World Jazz Collegium, A Touch of Spain.


Saturday, September 27

MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, Xcel, 7pm.

The Minnesota Feis 2014 Irish Dance, Music, and Arts Competition, Rivercentre, 8am-5pm.

Minnesota Parent Education Fair, Como Conservatory, 10am-2pm.

Prairie Home Companion, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm CANCELLED.

Radio Man opens, History Theatre, thru Oct. 26.  A new play by Garrison Keillor in honor of the 40th anniversary of “A Prairie Home Companion.”

Museum Day Live!  Free admission to the History Center – be sure to see Toys of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.

Sunday, September 28

The St. Paul Feis 2014 Irish Dance, Music, and Arts Competition, Rivercentre, 8am-4pm.

Artist and Photography Hours, Como Conservatory, 6:30-8pm, $5.

Monday, September 29

MN Wild vs. Pittsburg, 7pm.

Tuesday, September 30


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