January 2016 "All in St. Paul" Event Calendar

The Holidays aren't over until Klondike Kate sings! We celebrate winter in style here in St. Paul!

Sunday, January 3

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

Sundays at Landmark, MN Boychoir Concert, 1 & 3:30pm. Annual Winter Concert
Music Under Glass: The Last Revel, Como Conservatory, 4:30-6:30pm. Consisting of three members, The Last Revel uses traditional folk-minded three part harmonies with honest and meaningful lyrics to deliver a passionate and soul stirring performance.

Tuesday, January 5

Saint Paul Welcome Hat Celebration, MN History Center, 5-7:30pm. New to Minnesota or know someone who is? Welcome Hat is a monthly celebration that jumpstarts newcomer and returnee inclusion to the local Saint Paul community through receiving a warm faux-fur lined hat and showcasing the city's resources. Each month the program showcases valuable community resources, provides light local samples and cash bar, and features live music. FREE, but register for tickets online.

Wednesday, January 6

Sample Night Live, Landmark, 7pm. ample the best Theater, Classical Music, Dance, Novelty Performers (Escape Artists, Magicians, Light Bulb Eaters, etc.), Vocalists, Puppetry, Wonder Kids, Stand-up Comedy, Improv, Jazz, Independent Film, Poetry Slammers, Performance Artists, Local Bands and more!

THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE opens, Park Square, thru Jan. 24.  Maureen is a bitter spinster, stuck caring for a spiteful mother in a house they have made into a prison for each other. When Pato returns to Leenane, Maureen sees a twinkle of hope for a life with more love in it. But one thing remains in her way.

Thursday, January 7

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. FREE  A Baroque Christmas, Francis Poulenc

MN Wild vs. Philadelphia, Xcel, 7pm.

Friday, January 8

Land O’Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show, Rivercentre, 8am-7pm. $9/5 kids

Saturday, January 9

Land O’Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show, Rivercentre, 8am-6pm. $9/5 kids

Dengue Fever, Ordway, 7:30pm. TARGET® World Music Series

Sunday, January 10

Urban Expedition, Sweden, Landmark, 1pm. FREE. Enjoy authentic entertainment provided by Twin Cities Swedish Dancers, Vasa Junior Dancers, Ole Olsson's Oldtime Orkestra and Kari Tauring. Send a postcard to a family member, visit with live animals and enjoy authentic foods during this two hour family favorite.

Land O’Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show, Rivercentre, 8am-5:30pm. $9/5 kids

Music Under Glass: Siama Matuzungidi's Afrobilly w/Jacqueline Ultan, Como Conservatory, 4:30-6:30pm. African guitarist, singer and composer Siama Matuzungidi was a key player in the development of the hybrid called soukous - a blend of African and Cuban rhythms with American soul music.

MN Wild vs. New Jersey, Xcel, 7pm.

Tuesday, January 12

Video Games; History of Hip, Vieux Carre, 6:30-8pm. $15; Andrew Williams and Dave Beck of the School of Art & Design at University of Wisconsin-Stout explore the past and future of video games.

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

MN Wild vs. Buffalo, Xcel, 7pm.

Wednesday, January 13

Schubert Club Kids Jam, Landmark, 10:30am. $5 Listen and learn about the captivating, magical, and majestic sounds of percussion from around the world. Create and play your own shakers, claves and rainsticks though sonic sequencing games.

Klondike Kate Contest, Prom Center, 6-9pm.

Thursday, January 14

MN Sportsman’s Boat, Camping & Vacation Show, Rivercentre, 2-9pm. $9/$2.50
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. FREE. A Baroque Christmas continues with Jonathan Mattson, piano.

Ballet Hispanico, Ordway, 7:30pm. TARGET® Dance Series

Friday, January 15

MN Sportsman’s Boat, Camping & Vacation Show, Rivercentre, noon-9pm. $9/$2.50

CHARLES DICKENS’ GREAT EXPECTATIONS opens, Park Square, thru Feb. 7. As a boy, Pip meets an escaped convict, a reclusive widow, and a feisty orphan, and the encounters will change his life in ways he can’t imagine.

MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, Xcel, 7pm.

Saturday, January 16

MN Sportsman’s Boat, Camping & Vacation Show, Rivercentre, 10am-9pm. $9/$2.50

Snow Park at the Fair Snow Stomp, State Fairgrounds, 9am-4pm. Heavy equipment harvesting snow blocks for the snow carving contest.

Schubert Club Azure Family Concert: Stephen Prutsman, Landmark, 11am. $3 A fun, friendly, and engaging 50-minute performance tailored for children and young adults who are on the autism spectrum or have similar neurodiversities, and their families and caregivers. Join an autism dad, Stephen Prutsman, an innovative pianist who explores and performs classical, jazz and music of all cultures and languages.

African Americans in Science, Science Museum, 1-4pm.

Sunday, January 17

An Afternoon with Martin & Langston, House of Hope, 2pm. Danny Glover and Felix Justice - Felix Justice’s critically acclaimed portrayal of Dr. King includes the words of King’s most memorable speeches, recreating the power of the man and his message. Danny Glover brings to life the words and poetry of Langston Hughes, portraying one of the great American writers in modern history.

Music Under Glass: Lucy Michelle, Como Conservatory, 4:30-6:30pm. Lucy Michelle’s debut solo album, Attack of the Heart, is destined to become a new American pop gem.

Monday, January 18

Sundays at Landmark: A Carpathian Celebration, Landmark, 11am. $4-6. This new event brings together the music, dance, language, foods, costume and arts & craft traditions of seven cultures hailing from the Carpathian region of Eastern Europe.

Behind the Scenes, Science Museum, noon-4pm. See the science labs, learn about active research projects, take a peek at our 1.75-million-object collection, meet our scientists and volunteers, and more.

Tuesday, January 19

Wednesday, January 20

Thursday, January 21

Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. FREE. This week's concert will feature the music of Dominick Argento and Libby Larsen.

Friday, January 22

The Early Italian Lute Music of Joan Ambrosio Dalza (1508),Phillip Rukavina, The Baroque Room, noon-1pm.  FREE

All About the Bass, The Baroque Room, 7:30pm. $15

Saturday, January 23

The U.S. Occupation of the Philippines History Forum, MN History Center, 10am & 3pm. $15/$11 member

¡AMANTES DE LA CIENCIA!, Science Museum, 1-4pm.

Minnesota Rollergirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.

Sunday, January 24

Urban Expedition: Haiti!, Landmark, 1pm. FREE Continue your trip around the world with a stop in Haiti. Enjoy authentic entertainment provided by AfoutayiDMACO dance group. Send a postcard to a family member, visit with live animals and enjoy authentic foods during this two hour family favorite.

Music Under Glass: Patty & the Buttons, Como Conservatory, 4:30-6:30pm. Patty and The Buttons music consists of originals and traditional tunes with influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Early Blues and Vaudeville.

International Artist Series: Wilbert Hazelzet, traverso & Jacques Ogg, harpsichord, The Baroque Room, 3pm. $20

Monday, January 25

MN Wild vs. Arizona, Xcel, 7:30pm.

Tuesday, January 26

Life Among the Dakota, MN History Center, 7-8:15pm. History Lounge, writings of Jane Williamson.

Thursday, January 28

Opening of Winter Carnival, thru Sunday, February 7

Moon Glow Pedestrian Parade, 6pm from 401 Robert Street to Rice Park. 5pm – hot chocolate and treats.

Loud at the Library, James J. Jill Library, 7pm, $10. Free beer with your library card. Reina del Cid with the Ericksons Cid with The l Cid with The 

Saturday, January 30

Jigsaw Puzzle Contest, Landmark, 8-11am. Each team will be given a puzzle to put together and the first team in each division will get bragging rights!  Prizes given to the top 3 teams. 
Saintly City Cat Show, Rivercentre, 9am-5pm. $4

Winter Carnival Orchid Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm.

North Star College Cup, Xcel, 1 & 4pm.

King Boreas Grand Day Parade, 2-4pm. 7th Street, Smith Ave to Rice Park.

American Indians in Science, Science Museum, 1-4pm.

A Prairie Home Companion hosted by Chris Thile, Fitzgerald Theatre, 4:45pm.

Iny Asian Dance Theater and Asian Media Access presents Every Day Is A Sunny Day, Ordway, 7pm.

Monumental Music for Five, The Baroque Room, 8pm. $15

Sunday, January 31

Saintly City Cat Show, Rivercentre, 9am-4pm. $4

Winter Carnival Orchid Show, Como Conservatory, 10am-4pm.

St. Paul Civic Symphony Concert, Landmark, 3pm. FREE  Performing "Hot & 'Cool' Classics!"

Berlin in the Baroque; Wilbert Hazelzet, traverso and Lyra Baroque Orchestra musicians, The Baroque Room, 3pm. FREE

North Star College Cup, Xcel, 1 & 4pm.

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