March "All in Saint Paul" Event Calendar

Thursday, March 2
MSHSL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Artaria String Quartet
Friday, March 3
Omnifest opens! Science Museum, thru May 4. Movie offerings - A Beautiful Planet, Everest, Mystery of the Nile, To the Arctic, Search for the Great Sharks.
Todd Snider with Allen Thompson, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm.
MSHSL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Saturday, March 4
The Second City’s Game Night, Fitzgerald Theatre, 8pm.
MSHSL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Minnesota Rollergirls, Rivercentre, 7:30pm.
Sunday, March 5
Rock the Cradle Presents: Lisa Loeb, Fitzgerald Theatre, 11am.

Music Under Glass, Como Conservatory, 4:30-6:30pm. FREE. Jelloslave.
MN Wild vs. San Jose, Xcel, 5pm.
Twin Cities Bridal Show, Rivercentre, noon-4pm.
Tuesday, March 7
MN Wild vs. St. Louis, Xcel, 7pm.
Wednesday, March 8
MSHSL BOYS' HOCKEY TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Thursday, March 9
MSHSL BOYS' HOCKEY TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Ladyslipper Ensemble.
National Geographic Live, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm.
Eric Whitacre Singers at The Cathedral of St. Paul, 7:30pm. The Eric Whitacre Singers have established themselves as one of the finest vocal ensembles of our day. This professional choir draws in audiences with a wide spectrum of age, interests and backgrounds, performing Monteverdi, Bach, Whitacre and Depeche Mode. Tickets through the Fitzgerald Theatre,
Friday, March 10
MSHSL BOYS' HOCKEY TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
Saturday, March 11
MSHSL BOYS' HOCKEY TOURNAMENT, Xcel.
LuckyPalooza, West 7th Street Party, 2-11am in the street, 1am in tents. Irish music, food, drinks, mechanical bull rides, extreme sports activations and a rocking good time!
MN Opera: Dinner at 8, Ordway, 7:30pm. Manhattan socialite Millicent Jordan plans the perfect dinner party, but as her guests arrive, business intrigues and romantic entanglements are brought to light in this dark comedy. Dinner at Eight is a winning new work that charmingly weds American musical theater and opera.
Sunday, March 12 Daylight Savings Spring Ahead! (one less recovery hour, you LuckyPaloozas)
Urban Expedition: Colombia, Landmark Center, noon-4pm. Dance, music and food, along with the usual passport photos, live entertainment and favorite animals.
PANIC! AT THE DISCO, Xcel, 7pm.
Tuesday, March 14
A Musical Companion to Betsy-Tacy, Minnesota History Center, 10:30-11:30am. Vocalist Maud Hixson and pianist Rick Carlson present songs from the 1890s through World War I that were referred to in Maud Hart Lovelace's Betsy-Tacy book series. Hear familiar favorites like "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "In the Good Old Summertime" as well as some lesser-known gems from the era of parlor music.
Ballet Tuesday, Landmark Center, noon. Bring your young dancer in to see one of the best ballet programs in the Twin Cities. 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.
Penumbra Performances, Minnesota History Museum, 6-8pm. Enjoy short performances of scenes and monologues from Penumbra Theatre company members in the exhibit galleries. The performances will feature plays and playwrights highlighted in the exhibit Penumbra Theatre at 40: Art, Race and a Nation on Stage.
Wednesday, March 15
Thursday, March 16
MN Opera: Dinner at 8, Ordway, 7:30pm. Manhattan socialite Millicent Jordan plans the perfect dinner party, but as her guests arrive, business intrigues and romantic entanglements are brought to light in this dark comedy. Dinner at Eight is a winning new work that charmingly weds American musical theater and opera.
Films at the Fitz: Back to the Future, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm.
ARIANA GRANDE, Xcel, 7:30pm.
Friday, March 17 Happy St. Patty’s Day!
Saint Paul Parade, noon, along 5th Street.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, Landmark Center, 10am. Celebrate all things Irish and get the jump on the activities around this St. Paul holiday celebration.  Live entertainment and displays highlighting both dance and music of Ireland.
Macbeth opens, Park Square, thru April 9th. Set against a shattered mirror, this taut production reveals leadership derailed by self image, equivocation, and seeing things that aren’t really there.
MIRANDA LAMBERT, Xcel, 7pm.
Saturday, March 18
Lego Day, Science Museum, noon-4pm. Spend the afternoon building LEGO contraptions that you can run down a zipline, filming a LEGO stop motion movie, creating drawing machines, tops, and mosaics, and checking out remarkable creations of the Twin Cities LEGO User Group. https://www.smm.org/lego-day

Hop Into Spring, Como Zoo and Conservatory, 10am-4pm. Hop to Como for a weekend fun of family fun featuring games, crafts, special Zookeeper talks and Gardener talks.
History Forum: Rise of the Modern Right, Minnesota History Center, 10am & 2pm. Thousands of suburban pioneers were working to shift the conservative movement from discredited clusters of extremists to respectability and dominant party status that eventually led to the presidential election of Ronald Reagan and to ongoing debates and divisions in American politics in the 21st century.
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin opens, History Theatre, thru Apr9
MN Opera: Dinner at 8, Ordway, 7:30pm. Manhattan socialite Millicent Jordan plans the perfect dinner party, but as her guests arrive, business intrigues and romantic entanglements are brought to light in this dark comedy. Dinner at Eight is a winning new work that charmingly weds American musical theater and opera.
One Voice Mixed Chorus: Well-Versed, Ordway, 7:30pm. Inspired by the poetry of local LGBTQ youth, Well-Versed also features the premiere of a three-movement composition for One Voice and Well-Strung sponsored by the American Composer’s Forum with text by poetry slam champion, Sierra DeMulder, and music by composer George Maurer.
Sunday, March 19
Irish Day of Dance, Landmark Center, 11am.

Hop Into Spring, Como Zoo and Conservatory, 10am-4pm. Hop to Como for a weekend fun of family fun featuring games, crafts, special Zookeeper talks and Gardener talks.
MN Opera: Dinner at 8, Ordway, 7:30pm. Manhattan socialite Millicent Jordan plans the perfect dinner party, but as her guests arrive, business intrigues and romantic entanglements are brought to light in this dark comedy. Dinner at Eight is a winning new work that charmingly weds American musical theater and opera.
Tuesday, March 21
Rose Ensemble Lecture and Performance, Central Library noon-1:30pm. FREE
The Nonpartisan League, Minnesota History Center, 7-8:30pm. Explore the history and legacy of the League with historian Michael J. Lansing, author of "Insurgent Democracy: The Nonpartisan League in North American Politics."
World Storytelling Day Event, Landmark Center, 6pm reception, 7pm program. Four great story tellers gather to tell stories that vary from African American folk tales, to Vietnam and the Philipines as well as others. This event is for adults; children have a special day on Saturday, March 25.
An Evening with Gaelic Storm, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7:30pm.
MN Wild vs. San Jose, Xcel, 7:30pm.
Thursday, March 23
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Abbie Betinis.
Las Cafeteras, Ordway, 7:30pm. The self-described “immigrant children” of Las Cafeteras remix roots music and tell modern day stories with what the LA Times calls a “uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia, and rock.”
Friday, March 24
Saturday, March 25
DONNIE SMITH BIKE SHOW & CAR SHOW, Rivercentre, 9am-7pm.
Storytelling Performance, Landmark Center, 9:30-11:30am. Performances arranged by the Saint PAul Library.
NanoDays, Science Museum, noon-4pm.NanoDays at the Science Museum of Minnesota is part of a nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering. Take part in hands-on activities that demonstrate the special and unexpected properties found at the nanoscale!
Sunday, March 26
DONNIE SMITH BIKE SHOW & CAR SHOW, Rivercentre, 10am-5pm.
Monday, March 27
BON JOVI, Xcel, 7:30pm.
Tuesday, March 28
Knitting Social, Minnesota History Center, 6-8pm. FREE. Bring a knitting project and join a knitting social at the History Center the final Tuesday of each month. It's a chance to sit, knit and chat, so bring your current project and join the circle on the third floor of the museum. Yarn and needles will be available.
MPR News Presents: The Human Potential -Bridging the Divide Between Communities of Color and the Police, Fitzgerald, 7pm.
Wednesday, March 29
Thursday, March 30
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert, Landmark, noon. Brannon Cho, cello.
MN Wild vs. Ottawa, Xcel, 7pm.
Films at the Fitz: The Royal Tenenbaums, Fitzgerald Theatre, 7pm.
Frankie Ballard, Rivercentre, 10pm.
History Happy Hour: Minnesota Breweries, Alexander Ramsey House, 5:30 & 8:30pm. $25 includes two drinks, snacks and social time. Andrew Gieseke, certified beer judge and craft beer enthusiast.
Friday, March 31

Loud at the Library: Charlie Parr; Tree Party, Central Library, 7:30-9:30pm. Loud at the Library transforms Saint Paul’s Central Library the last Friday of each month with live music and a cash bar. All attendees over 21 who bring a current library card from any system will receive a free beer, courtesy of Summit Brewing.

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