November "All in St. Paul" Events

Here Come the Holidays! Be sure to take some time for yourself with a Thursday noontime concert or a fun theater event.

Saturday, November 1 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS

Hansel & Gretel opens, Ordway, thru Nov. 8.  MN Opera.


Microscope Day, Science Museum, noon-4pm.

A Conversation with Teddy Roosevelt, History Center, 10am.

MN Wild vs. Dallas, 7pm.

Sunday, November 2

James Taylor, Xcel, 8pm.

Monday, November 3

ACF & innova Recordings HiFi Club, Landmark, 5pm. Meet and socialize with others interested in contemporary music and focus on selected recordings heard under ideal conditions, from beginning to end, and discuss the work (when possible) with the makers.

Tuesday, November 4 ELECTION DAY

MN Wild vs. Pittsburgh, 7pm.

Wednesday, November 5

Talking Volumes: Azar Nafisi, Fitzgerald, 7pm.


Thursday, November 6

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Cordova String Quartet.

MSHSL Girl’s Volleyball Tournament, Xcel, thru November 8

Vienna Boys Choir, (Fitzgerald Box Office but performance is at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis), 7:30pm.

New Music Cabaret, Zeitgeist - Studio Z. Four day festival of the music of our time. $10

Toys and Tunes with Dan Chouinard and Friends, History Center, 8-9:30pm.  Transporting you back to a time of Saturday morning cartoons, footie PJs and endless daydreams about those carefully marketed toys of a certain era; the Easy Bake Oven, Slinky and Twister and more. Sing along to memorable jingles, lend your talents to a cartoon character voice contest and revel in the simple joys of childhood.

Friday, November 7

The Moth, Fitzgerald, 8pm.  True Stories Told Live.

Once Upon a Time Landmark Gala, Landmark, 5pm.

Lowertown First Friday, Artist studios and restaurant deals.

New Music Cabaret, Zeitgeist - Studio Z. Four day festival of the music of our time. $10

Saturday, November 8

Kellogg Craft Sale!  9am-3pm, Kellogg Lobby at Kellogg and Robert.  25 vendors - pottery, jewelry, paintings, woodcarving, photography, candles, notecards, Purses for Nurses,Thirty-One Gifts, Leprechaun Dreamcycle, and a selection from the Three Sisters Gallery.

History Forum: Founding Rivalry: Hamilton and Jefferson, History Center, 10am & 2pm.

Wits: Neil Gaiman, Fitzgerald, 8pm.

New Music Cabaret, Zeitgeist - Studio Z. Four day festival of the music of our time. $10

Sunday, November 9

St. Martin’s Day, Landmark, 4pm. Lantern-making and a parade through Rice Park.

Dave Ray, a Legacy: CD Release Party, History Center, 6-9pm.

Ikebana Show opens, Como Conservatory, thru Nov. 16.

New Music Cabaret, Zeitgeist - Studio Z. Four day festival of the music of our time. $10

Tuesday, November 11 VETERAN'S DAY

Ballet Tuesday, Landmark, noon.

History Lounge: Kidnapping Mrs. Piper, History Center, 7pm.  Exploring the sensational kidnapping of Virginia Piper in 1972.

Talking Volumes: Karen Armstrong, Fitzgerald, 7pm. “Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence”

Schubert Club: Richard Goode, piano, Ordway, 7:30pm.

Wednesday, November 12

We Day, Xcel.

Split Rock Lighthouse Film and Discussion, History Center, 1-2:30pm. Viewing and showing of the new film.

Thursday, November 13 GIVE TO THE MAX DAY!

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. David Franzel on Saxophone, Jerrod Wendland on piano and Shulamit Maneev on piano.

MN Wild vs. Buffalo, 7pm.

Friday, November 14

SPCO: Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, Ordway, 10:30am & 8pm.

Cabaret, Central Presbyterian Church, 7pm Show, 8:15pm Reception. Free-will donation, no ticket required. The Best of Broadway, benefiting Project Home.

Wits: Hari Kondabolu, Fitzgerald, 8pm.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Park Square, 7:30pm.

Saturday, November 15


Girls and Science, Science Museum, 10am-4pm. designed to foster girls' enthusiasm for science by showcasing female scientists in wide-ranging fields of science and technology.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Park Square, 7:30pm.

MN Rollergirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.

Motley Crue, Xcel, 7pm.

Sunday, November 16

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Park Square, 2pm.

MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, 4pm.

Tuesday, November 18

Usher: The UR Experience, Xcel, 7:30pm.

Readings by Writers, University Club, 7:30-9:30pm. Jim Lenfesty, Warren Woessner, Mary Kay Rummel, Bette Hammel, Sandy Beach, Sharon Chmielarz, Nick Coleman, Dudley Riggs.

Thursday, November 20

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Artu Duo: Ruth Marshall on cello and Garret Ross on piano.

Friday, November 21

Wits: Keegan-Michael Key, Fitzgerald, 8pm.

Red House Live: Ray Benneville, Landmark, 7pm cocktails, 8pm performance. $20 at the door.

Saturday, November 22

Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story opens, History Theatre, thru Dec. 21. Part biography, part rock ‘n roll concert celebrating the life and music of Buddy Holly.

Little Sisters of the Poor Christmas Boutique, 330 S. Exchange St. 11am-5pm. Handmade crafts, a Christmas shoppe, doll orphanage, tea room, bake sale, gift baskets, silent auction and more.

Greek Bake Sale, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 1111 Summit Ave., 10am-4pm. Holiday pies, breads and pastries.

Festival of Trees Gala, Rivercentre, 5:30pm.

Sunday, November 23

Artist and Photographer Hours, Como Conservatory, 8-10am. $5.

Greek Bake Sale, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 1111 Summit Ave., 11:20am-2pm. Holiday pies, breads and pastries.

Tuesday, November 25

Holiday Lights in the Park opens, Lake Phalen, 5:30-10pm. $10 per vehicle; 60 large holiday light sculptures and animated displays. www.saintpaulpolicefoundation.com   

Wednesday, November 26

MN Wild vs. Los Angeles, 7pm.

Thursday, November 27 HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Friday, November 28

History HiJinx: Robot Mania!, History Center, 11am-3pm. View toy robots in the exhibit, Toys of the '50s, '60s and '70s and then cut, color and add a dash of flash, to create your own paper and cardboard contraption.

Two Pianos, Four Hands opens, Park Square, thru Dec. 28.


St. Paul Christmas Market, corridor between St. Peter Street and Wabasha Street N. on West 7th Place.2-9pm. Local, handmade crafts, European inspired food, mulled wine and a special beer by Great Waters Brewery Co.
Saturday, November 29
Rice Park Tree Lighting Ceremony

Winter Courtyard, Landmark, 3pm.  Free. Life size chess, bouncy castle and other fun winter activities.

St. Paul Christmas Market, corridor between St. Peter Street and Wabasha Street N. on West 7th Place.10am-9pm. Local, handmade crafts, European inspired food, mulled wine and a special beer by Great Waters Brewery Co.

A Christmas Story opens, Ordway, thru Dec. 28.

MN Wild vs. St. Louis, 7pm.

Sunday, November 30

St. Paul Christmas Market, corridor between St. Peter Street and Wabasha Street N. on West 7th Place, 10am-3pm. Local, handmade crafts, European inspired food, mulled wine and a special beer by Great Waters Brewery Co.


Home Free, Fitzgerald, 2pm.  “Full Cheer Tour”

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