September 2016 "All in Saint Paul" Event Calendar

Check out the Kellogg Craft Beer Overlook and more! Fun tours by the Minnesota Historical Society - try something different, like a Green Line Food Tour!
Thursday, September 29
YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-7pm.

TECHFEST 2016, Rivercentre, 8:30-4:30pm.


Political Comedy in Minnesota, Alexander Ramsey House, 5:30 & 8:30pm. $25/$20. Happy Hour - 2 drinks, snacks and social time.
Friday, September 30

YMCA Garage Sale, State Fairgrounds, 9am-7pm.

Bluebeard's Dollhouse Performance, James J. Hill House, 7:30 & 9:30pm. $15-28. Charles Perrault's murderous fairytale Bluebeard merges with Henrick Ibsen's A Doll's House in a hoaunting, immersive, promenade-style theatrical event.
Kellogg Craft Beer Overlook, Kellogg Park, 3-7pm. Music, Beer and Food Trucks!


Book Festivals, Art Crawl, Spooky Stuff, Oktoberfest and Oysterfest and our famous Marathon. Get your leaf raking done and have some fun!

Saturday, October 1
Antique Spectacular Show & Flea Market, State Fair Grandstand, 8am-6pm. 250 dealers exhibiting both indoors and outdoors.$6
Green Line Food Tour, MNHS, 10am-noon. $40/$30. Bakeries and Buns - Trung Nam French Bakery, Silhouette Bakery and more.
Landmark Literati, Landmark Courtroom 326; 10:30am; Free. Tim Mahoney as he talks about his book, The Telltale Murders.
Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story opens, History Theatre, thru Oct. 30th. With the tragic crash of Buddy Holly’s plane, a bright new star from Fargo emerged. Fifteen-year-old Bobby Velline performed at the Winter Dance Party in Moorhead, MN the day the music died. Bobby went on to record his first hit single, Suzie Baby, in Minneapolis - and soon would become a teen idol appearing on American Bandstand with Dick Clark and an international star who thrilled audiences for more than a decade with Top 40 hits like Devil or Angel, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes, Come Back When You Grow Up Girl and many more.
Sunday, October 2
Antique Spectacular Show & Flea Market, State Fair Grandstand, 10am-4pm. 250 dealers exhibiting both indoors and outdoors.$6
MN Wild vs. Carolina, Xcel, 5pm.
Tuesday. October 4
History Flirt: Gridiron Glory, MNHS, 5-8pm. 21+; FREE. Ultimate tailgate experience with tastes, feats of strength and lawn game competitions for Vikings-related prizes.
Megadeth, Rivercentre, 6pm.
Wednesday, October 5
Def Leppard, Xcel, 7pm.
Renée Fleming, soprano and Hartmut Höll, piano, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Thursday, October 6
Green Line Food Tour, MNHS, 6-8pm. $50/$40. Happy Hour Tour - Lao Thai, Thai Garden, Mai Village tastes.
Social Science: Eye Candy, Science Museum, 6-11pm. 21*; $13-18. From camouflage and color, to mirrors and magic— you won’t believe your eyes! Hands-on, eyes-on, brains-on activities will tickle your visual cortex and have you seeing the world around you through a new lens.
Friday, October 7
Half Price Books Clearance Event, State Fair Grandstand, 9am-6pm. Everything $3 or Less. Hardback Fiction & Non-Fiction. Children's Books. Thousands of DVDs, CDs, Videos, Cassettes, Software and More!
Twin Cities Oktoberfest, State Fairgrounds, 4-11pm.$25 includes 24 oz stein & 1 fill; discounts at living social, groupon, crowdout and website. Summit OktoberFest beer with other fine Summit beers, Pedroncelli wines, traditional OktoberFest music, food and dance entertainment, games & more! www.twincitiesoktoberfest.com
Saturday, October 8
Twin Cities in Motion - more races and family-friendly marathon events!
Half Price Books Clearance Event, State Fair Grandstand, 9am-6pm. Everything $3 or Less. Hardback Fiction & Non-Fiction. Children's Books. Thousands of DVDs, CDs, Videos, Cassettes, Software and More!
Fall Comicon, State Fairgrounds, 10am-5pm.The Midwest's largest comic book convention. Comic book creators & dealers from all over the USA. Lots to see and do! Something for everyone! Tickets available at the door for $9/Adult. Children 9 & under are free. Get $1.00 off admission with a canned food shelf donation. www.mcbacomicons.com
Landmark Literati, Landmark Courtroom 326; 10:30am; Free. Tim Mahoney as he talks about his book, Dying for Attention: The Last 100 Days of John Dillinger.


Twin Cities Oktoberfest, State Fairgrounds, noon-11pm.$25 includes 24 oz stein & 1 fill; discounts at living social, groupon, crowdout and website. Summit OktoberFest beer with other fine Summit beers, Pedroncelli wines, traditional OktoberFest music, food and dance entertainment, games & more! www.twincitiesoktoberfest.com

GRACIAS CHRISTMAS CANTATA, Rivercentre, 7pm.
MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, 7pm.
Sunday, October 9
Twin Cities Medtronic Marathon

Charlie Chaplin Silent Movie “Gold Rush” with Live Organ Accompaniment, Hamline Church United Methodist, 1514 Englewood Ave, 12pm free pizza lunch, 1pm movie showing; Organ by Aaron David Miller. Free!

Monday, October 10
Kanye West, Xcel, 8pm.
Tuesday, October 11
Ballet Tuesday, Landmark Musser Cortile,12 pm; Free. Saint Paul Ballet kicks off their monthly showcase of ballet works for the new season. Bring your lunch or buy something at Anita's Café while you observe the training and some of the repertoire the company has to offer.
Thursday, October 13
Courtroom Concert, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon; Free. Sam Rosenstone, piano; Keith Yánes, bass; and Tarek Abdelqader, drums. Seating is limited. Coffee will be served.
Friday, October 14
Saint Paul Art Crawl, 6-10pm. Download a free light rail pass!
Ramsey after Dark, Ramsey House, 7 & 8:30pm. $9-10. Victorian Gothic Novels.
CSI :Fort Snelling, Fort Snelling, 6-9pm. 14+; $22. Investigate the scene of an 1827 crime, find the perpetrator, and unwind in a historic tavern.
Travis Wall's Shaping Sound: Dance Reimagined, Ordway, 7:30pm.

A Beautiful Planet opens, Science Museum Omnitheatre
Saturday, October 15
Saint Paul Art Crawl, noon-8pm. Download a free light rail pass!
Twin Cities Book Festival, State Fairgrounds, 10am-5pm. A day-long celebration of literature featuring readings by world class authors and local literary heroes; a book fair featuring publishers, authors, booksellers, and arts organizations; a children’s pavilion with storytelling, crafts, and activities; a used book sale, and more!
A Prairie Home Companion hosted by Chris Thile, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.
Cantus presents No Greater Love Than This, Ordway, 7:30pm.
MN Rollergirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.
MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, 6pm.
Sunday, October 16
Saint Paul Art Crawl, noon-5pm. Download a free light rail pass!

Fire Truck Story Time, Central Library, 2-3pm. Enjoy a fire truck storytime, meet a firefighter, and see a real live fire truck!

Oysterfest, Meritage Street Fest, 2-6pm. $25
Opus & Olives: Fine Print and Fine Food, Rivercentre, 5pm.
Monday, October 17
Colbie Caillat – The Malibu Sessions Acoustic Tour, Fitzgerald, 7:30pm.
Sally Awards, Ordway, 7pm. Celebrating Minnesota’s commitment to the arts.
Carrie Underwood, Xcel, 7pm.
Tuesday, October 18
MN Wild vs. Los Angeles, Xcel, 7pm.
STOMP, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Wednesday, October 19
STOMP, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Thursday, October 20 MEA Break
Courtroom Concert, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon; Free. Dolce Wind Quintet and  Christopher Atzinger, piano. Seating is limited. Coffee will be served.
STOMP, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Victorian Seance: Fact or Fiction? Ramsey House, 8,9,10 & 11pm. $20-22. Experience elements of a Victorian seance with performer Michael Callahan portraying a Victorian medium.
MN Wild vs. Toronto, Xcel. 7pm.
Friday, October 21
The House on Mango Street, Park Square, 7:30pm. Only two nights!
Red House Live, Landmark Weyerhaeuser Auditorium, 7pm; $25. Singer-songmaker Heather Masse is steeped in jazz tradition, which informs her distinct approach to singing folk, pop and bluegrass. Masse is a member of the Billboard-charting folk group, The Wailin’ Jennys, and she has been a frequent guest on A Prairie Home Companion radio show.
STOMP, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Victorian Seance: Fact or Fiction? Ramsey House, 8,9,10 & 11pm. $20-22. Experience elements of a Victorian seance with performer Michael Callahan portraying a Victorian medium.
Victorian Ghost Stories, James J. Hill House, 6 & 7:30pm. 8+; $12
Belong Tour, Xcel, 7pm.
Saturday, October 22
Belong Tour, Xcel, 9am.
STOMP, Ordway, 2 & 7:30pm.
ZooBoo, Como Zoo Grounds, 4:30- 7:30pm. ZooBoo is a non-scary Halloween fundraising festival for families and young children. The grounds of Como Zoo transform into a world of fairytales and fun - over 200 live costumed characters interact and entertain children. This magical event offers families a safe trick-or-treating alternative plus many Halloween surprises.
The House on Mango Street, Park Square, 7:30pm. Only two nights!
A Prairie Home Companion hosted by Chris Thile, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.
Victorian Seance: Fact or Fiction? Ramsey House, 8,9,10 & 11pm. $20-22. Experience elements of a Victorian seance with performer
Sunday. October 23
Day of the Dead Family Day, MNHS, noon-4pm. $6-12 museum admission.  Mexican games, music and dancing, art activities, and mexican tastes.
BooFest, Grand Ave Celebrate all thing Halloween. Families can bring their kids out and trick or treat at businesses on Grand Avenue. Fun activities and games for all ages.
St. Paul Civic Symphony: “Heaven on Earth”, Landmark,1pm; Free.  This will feature symphonies of Mozart & Mahler, with a special performance by soprano soloist Shari M. Speer.
STOMP, Ordway, 2 & 7:30pm.
Brand New, Rivercentre, 7pm.
ZooBoo, Como Zoo Grounds, 4:30- 7:30pm. ZooBoo is a non-scary Halloween fundraising festival for families and young children. The grounds of Como Zoo transform into a world of fairytales and fun - over 200 live costumed characters interact and entertain children. This magical event offers families a safe trick-or-treating alternative plus many Halloween surprises.
Tuesday, October 25
Haunted History Collections Tour, MNHS, 5:30, 6:30. 7:30pm. 21+; $15 Explore some of the creepiest artifacts in the MNHS collections, and the unsettling stories behind them, including surgical instruments, a death mask, and a hexed marionette.
Wednesday, October 26
Pentatonix, Xcel, 8pm.
Thursday, October 27
Courtroom Concert, Landmark Courtroom 317, noon; Free. Francesca Andregg, violin; and Brent Funderburk, piano. Seating is limited. Coffee will be served.
History Happy Hour, Alexander Ramsey House, 5:30 7 7:30pm. 21+; $25 Horror Film History; 2 drinks, snack and social time.
National Geographic Live! On the Trail of Big Cats with photographer Steve Winter, Fitzgerald, 7pm.
Gangster Ghost Tours (kids), Landmark Building-wide, 6pm; $5. One night a year, the rumors of Landmark Center’s haunting come true and Landmark Center is filled with the spirits of days gone by.  Follow a guide through the dimly lit building, and stop to talk with the ghost of Ma Barker, ‘Creepy’ Karpis, ad John Dillinger, just to name a few.  Reservations are required and can be made by calling 651-292-3063.
Friday, October 28
A Raisin on the Sun opens, Park Square, thru Nov. 20th.
Adult Camp-In, Science Museum, 7pm-7am.Spend a night at the museum! Sleep under dinosaur bones, next to a mummy, or viewing the mighty Mississippi.
Saturday, October 29
Boo-ology, Science Museum, noon-4pm. Tricks and treats galore - It’s not scary, it’s science! Spooky hands-on science activities and events. Kids under 12 in costume get free museum admission, too.
ZooBoo, Como Zoo Grounds, 4:30- 7:30pm. ZooBoo is a non-scary Halloween fundraising festival for families and young children. The grounds of Como Zoo transform into a world of fairytales and fun - over 200 live costumed characters interact and entertain children. This magical event offers families a safe trick-or-treating alternative plus many Halloween surprises.
A Prairie Home Companion hosted by Chris Thile, Fitzgerald, 4:45pm.
MN Wild vs. Dallas, Xcel. 7pm.
Step Afrika! The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Sunday, October 30
Great Pumpkin Halloween Festival, Landmark, 1pm; Free. Once again Landmark Center will host an afternoon of wonderful costumes, music, crafts, face-painting and more. Dress up and bring your child in costume for this delightful and non-scary halloween celebration. Children participate in the costume parade as they collect free candy and explore the Landmark Center staff costumed characters!

Who Haunts Here in St. Paul, Central Library, 2-3pm. Master storyteller, Duke Addicks, shares tales of hauntings he has experienced and investigated over the past sixty years in the Upper Mississippi River Region. Duke plays his thunder drum and brief, haunting melodies on Native American flutes between stories.
ZooBoo, Como Zoo Grounds, 4:30- 7:30pm. ZooBoo is a non-scary Halloween fundraising festival for families and young children. The grounds of Como Zoo transform into a world of fairytales and fun - over 200 live costumed characters interact and entertain children. This magical event offers families a safe trick-or-treating alternative plus many Halloween surprises.
The Sphinx Virtuosi with Catalyst Quartet, Ordway, 3pm.

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