Public Programs

Moon
                    Fest

JANUARY

 

FEBRUARY

 

Holiday
                      Bazaar

 


JANUARY kids= Kids Friendly

Courtroom concert1

28Live at
                    the Museum

January 3 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they feature Cheryl Paschke, who began playing violin in the 4th grade. Little did she know how “joining the school orchestra program” would shape her life! She went on to play violin as well as viola in college, community orchestras, a string quartet, and ensembles specializing in English country-dance, Arabic, Swedish, and Finnish music.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.

First Thursdays at the Museumkids
Schubert Club Museum; 5 pm; Free

The Schubert Club is offering First Thursdays at the Schubert Club Museum with a free entry and introduction to the many programs they offer to the public. Come find out more at this event. For more information call 651-292-3266.

nMN Boychoirew

January 6 - Sunsday kids
Minnesota Boychoir Winter Concert
Musser Cortile; 1 & 3:30 pm; Free

Over 100 talented boys perform their annual Winter Concert. Two concerts will be performed due to their popularity. For more information call 651-292-3063.

 

Ballet
                    Tuesday

 

January 8 - Tuesday kids
Ballet Tuesdays
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Come and bring your aspiring dancer to Landmark Center and watch the talented troupe from Saint Paul Ballet perform, demonstrate and give you sneak previews of their season works.  Bring a lunch or grab something from Anita’s Café.


 

Courtroom concert

 

January 10 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they Described as an “exceptional ensemble with impressive confidence in its interpretations” and “Minnesota’s foremost teaching and performing string quartet”, the Artaria String Quartet recently celebrated its 30 year of chamber music concerts. Winners of the 2004 McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians, and named 2013-14 Minnesota Public Radio Artists-in-Residence, Artaria was also featured on Twin Cities Public Television as part of the “Minnesota Originals” series.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.

 

Urban
                    Expedition

 

January 13 - Sunday kids
Urban Expedition: Puerto Rico
Musser Cortile; 1 pm; Free

Come and bring your family to the opening of the new season of Urban Expeditions. You'll enjoy discovering the art, culture and foods from the Puerto Rican culture when you visit each Urban Expedition program. There will be arts and crafts for children to enjoy and stage performances that will entertain the crowds. For more information call 651-292-1239.

Fort
                    Snelling

January 14 - Monday
History Revealed: Jeremy Nienow, Recent Archaeology at Fort Snelling
RCHS Lunch Series, Courtroom 326; Free

Archaeologist Dr. Jeremy Nienow will present the process and results from recent archaeology at Fort Snelling. Attendees are welcome to bring a bag lunch. For more information call 651-222-0701.

Courtroom concert

January 17 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club Border CrosSing is a new organization founded in 2017 by a team of accomplished musicians and arts leaders. Our mission is to integrate historically-segregated audiences and musicians through the performance of choral music. We envision a landscape where singers and audiences more closely reflect the racial and cultural composition of the Twin Cities.Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.


Wood
                    Lathe

 

 

January 20 - Sunday kids
Woodturning Demonstration
Gallery of Wood Art; 12 pm; Free

A demonstration in the art of wood turning will be given by one of the members of the American Association of Woodturners. Learn about the craft and see the fabulous exhibit on display for this month. For more information call 651-484-9294.

Courtroom concert

January 24- Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club Clare Longendyke is a passionate soloist and chamber musician recognized for her colorful musicality, technical fluency, and ability to interpret repertoires across the musical spectrum. She has performed solo and chamber music recitals across Europe and North America and has won 1st place prizes in the Philharmonic Society of Arlington’s Young Artist Competition, the Schubert Club Scholarship Competition, the National Society of Arts & Letters Instrumental Competition. Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.

 

Winter Carnival

 

January 26 - Saturday
Winter Carnival Puzzle Competition
Musser Cortile; 10 am; Free to observe

If you like puzzles, come see some experts, as a four-person team, put together a 1,000 piece puzzle without ever having seen it until this morning. Some will have it done in less than an hour, while others will take their time. This great mind challenger will be followed by a family day of activities on the main cortile.

Winter Carnival

January 27 - Sunday kids
St. Paul Civic Symphony Concert
Musser Cortile; 2 pm; Free

The St. Paul Civic Symphony wil perform “Hot & ‘Cool’ Classics!” celebrating the 2019 Saint Paul Winter Carnival.

Lumina

January 29 - Tuesday kids
Schubert Club KidsJam: A Musical World Tour
Room 205; 10:30 am; $5

Travel around the world with Lumina Women’s Ensemble.  Listen to languages and songs from many countries.  Learn about distant lands and people of many cultures through music, Play with our voice as you imitate different sounds, and create your own songbook!  For more information call 651.292.3268.

Lumina

January 30 - Wednesday kids
Schubert Club KidsJam: A Musical World Tour
Room 205; 10:30 am; $5

Travel around the world with Lumina Women’s Ensemble.  Listen to languages and songs from many countries.  Learn about distant lands and people of many cultures through music, Play with our voice as you imitate different sounds, and create your own songbook!  For more information call 651.292.3268.


FEBRUARY kids= Kids Friendly

Bouncing
                    Team

February 1 - Friday kids
Winter Carnival Bouncing Team Tryouts
Musser Cortile; 6pm; Free for viewing

SPFHF will be hosting the Bouncing Team tryouts here at Landmark Center in the Musser Cortile.  You can get a great view on the second floor as the participants are tossed high up into the air and the viewing is free for the general public.

Family
                    Day

February 2 - Saturday kids
Winter Carnival Family Day
Musser Cortile; 11 am - 5pm; Free

Bring your kids and join other families in celebrating winter with indoor activities for everyone in the family.  There will be games, bouncing houses and live music throughout the day.

Ballet
                    Tuesday

February 5 - Tuesday kids
Ballet Tuesdays
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

This time the ballet will be coming on the first Tuesday of the month.  Come and bring your aspiring dancer to Landmark Center and watch the talented troupe from Saint Paul Ballet perform, demonstrate and give you sneak previews of their season works.  Bring a lunch or grab something from Anita’s Café.

 

Courtroom concert

February 7 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they feature Tenor, David Walton and pianist, Mark Bilyeu, who will perform a British program of songs by Gerald Finzi and Benjamin Britten. Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  The program is hosted by Abbey Betinis.  For more information call 651-292-4367.


urban
                    Expedition Logo

February 10 - Sunday kids
Urban Expedition: Palestine
Musser Cortile; 1 pm; Free

Urban Expedition: Palestine continues the new season of cultural exposures without leaving St. Paul.  The free event will occur on the Musser Cortile from 1 – 3 pm.  You’ll get a chance to immerse yourself in music, dance, crafts and traditions of the culture.  For more information call 651-292-3063.

Global
                    Minnesota

February 13 - Wednesday
Global Conversation
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free with Reservation

The Trump administration has aligned itself with strongmen in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt, which along with Israel have a common goal of frustrating Iranian expansion. What will be the fallout from policy reversals such as withdrawing from the Iranian nuclear accord and moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem? Join us for a discussion with Paul R. Pillar, Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Studies at Georgetown University, on the United States’ path forward in the Middle East and the possibility of war with Iran. For more information and to make a reservation contact Global Minnesota.

Courtroom concert

February 14 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club Joanne Opgenorth, violin, Jennifer Gerth, clarinet, Laura Sewell, cello, and Ora Itkin, piano perform chamber music of Mozart, Milhaud, and Peter Schickele. The program is hosted by Abbey Betinis.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.


Not in Our Neighborhood
F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 7 pm; $10

A little-known instance of racist violence, in Saint Paul's Groveland Park neighborhood, comes to light in Landmark Center. African American attorney William Francis-later the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia-and his civil rights activist wife, Nellie, planned to move from the Rondo neighborhood to a home on Sargent Ave. Their plans were met with petitions, demonstrations, death threats, and eventually two separate cross burnings. Tickets can be purchased online or in our office, suite 404 in Landmark Center. For more information call 651-292-1239.  Purchase tickets online now.

Burning
                    Cross 

February 15 - Friday
Not in Our Neighborhood
F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 7 pm; $10

A little-known instance of racist violence, in Saint Paul's Groveland Park neighborhood, comes to light in Landmark Center. African American attorney William Francis-later the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia-and his civil rights activist wife, Nellie, planned to move from the Rondo neighborhood to a home on Sargent Ave. Their plans were met with petitions, demonstrations, death threats, and eventually two separate cross burnings. Tickets can be purchased online or in our office, suite 404 in Landmark Center. For more information call 651-292-1239. Purchase tickets online now.

Burning
                  Cross

February 16 - Saturday
Not in Our Neighborhood
F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 7 pm; $10

A little-known instance of racist violence, in Saint Paul's Groveland Park neighborhood, comes to light in Landmark Center. African American attorney William Francis-later the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia-and his civil rights activist wife, Nellie, planned to move from the Rondo neighborhood to a home on Sargent Ave. Their plans were met with petitions, demonstrations, death threats, and eventually two separate cross burnings. Tickets can be purchased online or in our office, suite 404 in Landmark Center. For more information call 651-292-1239.For more information call 651-292-1239. Purchase tickets online now.

Baltic Festival Dancers

Wood
                    Lathe

February 17 - Sundaykids
Balkan Festival
Musser Cortile; 12 - 5pm; $4/$6

This event brings together the music, dance, language, foods, costume, and arts & craft traditions of several countries hailing from the Balkan region of Eastern Europe.  The program is produced in partnership with Ethnic Dance Theatre.


Woodturning Demonstration kids
Gallery of Wood Art; 12 pm; Free

A demonstration in the art of wood turning will be given by one of the members of the American Association of Woodturners. Learn about the craft and see the fabulous exhibit on display for this month. For more information call 651-484-9294.

128Courtroom concert

February 21 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club who will be featuring the Music of Aleksandr Brusentsev.  DEFINED BY DECAY is a program of music for solo harp and piano that looks at our ever-changing relationships with four concepts that define our lives: home, morality, pleasure, and beauty. The program is hosted by Abbey Betinis.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.


 

Courtroom concert

 

February 28 - Thursday kids
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club who will be featuring Osvaldo Golijov’s “The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind” with Pat O’Keefe and friends.  The program is hosted by Abbey Betinis.   Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.