October 2015 "All in St. Paul" Event Calendar

OK, Outdoor Music Season is over, but wait 'til you see October!  Lots of spooky options, Comic Book Fallcon, YMCA Garage Sale, Oktoberfest, Oysterfest, Lowertown Boos Crawl and more!

Thursday, October 1

MN Wild vs. Buffalo, Xcel, 7pm.


Of Monsters and Men, Roy Wilkins, 7:30pm.

Social Science: Undead Rising, Science Museum, 6-11pm, 21+. In the spirit of “mortui vivos docent,” discover real-life experiences and phenomena that give us a glimpse into the surprising lively side of the Undead. Fill up your drink, then fill up your…braaaaaaaaains! $17 non-members


Friday, October 2

Trios of Giovanni Benedetto Platti, The Baroque Room, noon. FREE
David Finckel, Wu Han & Philip Setzer, Ordway, 10:30pm. Schubert Club.

Bootlegger’s Terror: Tales from a Prohibition Courtroom, Landmark, 7pm. $10

Bella Luna, O'Shaughnessy, 7:30pm. Saint Paul Ballet

Saturday, October 3

Antique Spectacular Show & Flea Market, State Fairgrounds, 8am-6pm. $6

Arabian Horse Show, State Fairgrounds. FREE

History Forum: The Louisiana Purchase, MN History Center, 10am & 3pm. $15/$11 MNHS members

Bars, Bootleggers and Booze Bus Tour, MN History Center, 1-4pm. $35/$30 members

Bootlegger’s Terror: Tales from a Prohibition Courtroom, Landmark, 7pm. $10

Trios of Giovanni Benedetto Platti, The Baroque Room, 8pm. $20/$15 students and seniors

Sarah Porwoll-Lee, StudioZ, 7:30pm. $10 History is Going to Change Tour.

Glensheen opens, History Theatre, thru Oct. 25

Prairie Home Companion, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.

Sunday, October 4

Medronic Twin Cities Marathon – traffic restrictions on the route.

Antique Spectacular Show & Flea Market, State Fairgrounds, 10am-4pm. $6

Arabian Horse Show, State Fairgrounds. FREE

Monday, October 5

Def Leppard, Xcel, 7pm.

Wednesday, October 7

YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-7pm. The YMCA Garage Sale features clothing, furniture, appliances, athletic equipment, books and many other household items. Proceeds go towards funding YMCA Camp Widjiwagan and Camp du Nord.

Thursday, October 8

YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-7pm. The YMCA Garage Sale features clothing, furniture, appliances, athletic equipment, books and many other household items. Proceeds go towards funding YMCA Camp Widjiwagan and Camp du Nord.

Madonna, Xcel, 8pm.

Zeitgeist & No Exit Ensemble, Studio Z 7:30pm,$15.

Friday, October 9

Saint Paul Art Crawl, Lowertown

Zeitgeist & No Exit EnsembleStudio Z 7:30pm, $15.

YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-7pm. The YMCA Garage Sale features clothing, furniture, appliances, athletic equipment, books and many other household items. Proceeds go towards funding YMCA Camp Widjiwagan and Camp du Nord.

Twin Cities Oktoberfest, State Fairgrounds, 4-11pm. $25 includes 24oz stein and fill.

Humpback Whales Omni opens, Science Museum.

Feet Don't Fail Me Now, O'Shaughnessy, 7:30pm. Rhythmic Circus.

Broadway Songbook (70s), Ordway, 7:30pm.

Saturday, October 10

Saint Paul Art Crawl, Lowertown

Saint Paul Classical Music Crawl, Lowertown, noon-8pm. 28 concerts- 10 locations

Zeitgeist & No Exit EnsembleStudio Z 7:30pm, $15.

BOOfest, Grand Avenue, 11am-8pm. Petting zoos, trick or treating, Oktoberfest beer gardens, sales and events.

YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-noon. The YMCA Garage Sale features clothing, furniture, appliances, athletic equipment, books and many other household items. Proceeds go towards funding YMCA Camp Widjiwagan and Camp du Nord.

Twin Cities Oktoberfest, State Fairgrounds, noon-11pm. $25 includes 24oz stein and fill
Minnesota RollerGirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.

MN Comic Book Association Fallcon, State Fairgrounds, 10am-5pm. $8

Broadway Songbook (70s), Ordway, 2&7:30pm.

Sacred Spaces: The Churches of Downtown St. Paul, U of M Continuing Education Center, 9am-4pm. $135

Suburbia exhibit opens, MN History Center. Suburbia explores Twin Cities suburbs through themes, including conformity and exclusion, consumerism and the evolution of gender roles and domestic arrangements

Prairie Home Companion, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.

Sunday, October 11

Oysterfest, Meritage, 11am-5pm. Southside Aces & the Roe Family Singers, an oyster shucking class, and Summit specially-brewed Oyster Stout! Tickets on sale now.

Broadway Songbook (70s), Ordway, 2pm.

SPCO: St. Matthew’s Passion, Ordway, 2pm.

Dreams of the Fallen, O'Shaughnessy, 4pm. VocalEssence.

Opus & Olives: Fine Print and Fine Food, Crowne. Friends of the Library Event. Jason Gay, the wildly popular sports columnist for the Wall Street Journal, joined by novelists Paula McLain, Emily St. John Mandel and Homer Hickham and the Today Show’s Al Roker.

MN Wild vs. St. Louis, Xcel, 7pm.

Tuesday, October 13

Ballet Tuesday, Landmark, noon. FREE Bring your lunch and enjoy performances from the Saint Paul Ballet's repertoire.

Disclosure, Rivercentre, 7pm.

Wednesday, October 14

The New Ruckus Composer Night, Studio Z, 7pm. FREE


Thursday, October 15

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon-1pm. FREE Saxophone Quartet.

The World Live! at the Hill: Alma Andina, J.J. Hill Library, 7-10pm. The James J. Hill Center, in partnership with KFAI, is launching a new music series. The World Live! at The Hill will explore the intersection of music, entrepreneurship and diverse communities in the Twin Cities. 


Friday, October 16

Women of Faith Conference, Xcel, 7pm.

Yes, Sir, O'Shaughnessy, 8pm. Nic Lincoln solo dance.

Saturday, October 17

Women of Faith Conference, Xcel, 9am-5pm.

Twin Cities Book Festival, State Fairgrounds, 9am-5pm. FREE

Prairie Home Companion, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.

Zoo Boo, Como, 4:30-7:30pm. Non-scary Halloween Fundraising festival for families and young children. Over 200 live costumed characters offer safe trick-or-treating.

Sunday, October 18

Science Night Jr., Fitzgerald, 2pm. Brains On! Podcast with Tom Weber.

Zoo Boo, Como, 4:30-7:30pm. Non-scary Halloween Fundraising festival for families and young children. Over 200 live costumed characters offer safe trick-or-treating.

The Pedrito Martinez Group, Ordway, 7:30pm.

Monday, October 19

Dance Night, Union Depot, 6:30-9pm.

Thursday, October 22

MN Wild vs. Columbus, Xcel, 7pm.

The Splendid Table, Fitzgerald, 7:30pm.

Friday, October 23

Red House Live: Charlie Parr, Landmark, 7pm cocktails, 8pm concert. $20/$25 at the door

Pourush, O'Shaughnessy, 7:30pm. Katha Dance Theatre. 

Saturday, October 24

Zoo Boo, Como, 4:30-7:30pm. Non-scary Halloween Fundraising festival for families and young children. Over 200 live costumed characters offer safe trick-or-treating.

MN Wild vs. Anaheim, Xcel, 5pm.

Sunday, October 25

Artist and Photographer hours, Como Conservatory, 8-10am.

Sundays at Landmark: Great Pumpkin Halloween Festival, Landmark, 1pm. FREE Enjoy Halloween festivities at Landmark Center with live entertainment, crafts and a costume parade.

Zoo Boo, Como, 4:30-7:30pm. Non-scary Halloween Fundraising festival for families and young children. Over 200 live costumed characters offer safe trick-or-treating.

Talking Volumes: Welcome to Night Vale, Fitzgerald, 7pm.

Arlo Guthrie, O'Shaughnessy, 7:30pm. Alice's Restaurant 50th Anniversary Tour.

Tuesday, October 27

MN Wild vs. Edmonton, 7pm.

Wednesday, October 28

crow with no mouth: Konus Quartett & Tomas Korber, Studio Z, 8pm, $12.
Thursday, October 29

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert: Mazzulo, Landmark, noon-1pm. FREE

Gangster Ghost Tour, Landmark, 6pm. $5 – reservations required. History haunts the halls of Landmark Center as infamous gangsters return to life.

Friday, October 30

A Halloween Masque | Quodlibet St. Paul,The Baroque Room, noon. FREE

Lowertown Boos Crawl, 4pm-1am. $25 Passport and you are a guest at seven Lowertown establishments for a free Boos Crawl cocktail or beer concocted at each great venue. Costume prizes at each venue as well!

MN Wild vs. Chicago, Xcel, 7pm.

Saturday, October 31

A Halloween Masque | Quodlibet St. Paul,The Baroque Room, 8pm. $20/$15 students & 
seniors

Boo-ology, Science Museum, noon to 4 pm. Kids 12 and under in costume will receive free admission to the permanent exhibit galleries, and they'll have the chance to join in a variety of spooky hands-on science activities with a Halloween spin!
Films at the Fitz: Gremlins & Little Shop of Horrors, Fitzgerald Theatre, 9pm. Screenings of modern-day classics and cult films, encouraging you to recite your favorite lines, sing along with the songs, and dress up like the char¬acters. Local bands and special guests in tune with movie selections.


Zedd, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.  Presented by KDWB.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks a lot dear for this event list. I also have some lined up corporate events that will be organized in next month. I will have to attend most of these events so next month is going to be extremely busy for me.

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