Public Programs

Scottish Ramble Dancer

APRIL

Urban Expedition

MAY

Irish Dancers

 


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Easter Bunny

April 1 - Sunday
BUILDING CLOSED - EASTER SUNDAY


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April 4 - Wednesday
Twin Cities Opera Guild
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Come join the Twin Cities Opera Guild as they host the Fargo-Moorhead Opera in a performance of their latest works. 

Courtroom Concert

April 5 - Thursday kids
Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Thursday, April 5, 2018, 12pm Featuring Artu Duo: Garret Ross, piano and Ruth Marshall, cello   Program: TBD

First Thursdays at the Museum
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.


Scottish Ramble Dancer

April 7 - Saturday
SUNDAYS - A Scottish Ramble
Musser Cortile; 11am- 5pm; $4/$6

The time has come to bid farewell for the Scottish Ramble, but not without one last turn.  This year’s Ramble will be full of fans’ favorites from over the years, to include Ross Sutter, Laura MacKenzie, Dick Hensold, Doc Grauberger and Ravensfire.  Food, drinks, merchandise and don’t forget the bagpipes! See the PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE.

 

Ballet Dancers

 

April 10 - Tuesday
Ballet Tuesday
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

The Saint Paul Ballet performs excerpts from the company repertoire, highlighting events for their coming season. Bring your lunch or get something at Anita’s Café as you and your family enjoy this great performance.  For more information call 651.292.3063.

Global Minnesota

April 11 - Wednesday kids
Global Conversations
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

China and America, the new Geopolitical Equation:
  This discussion focuses on In the last 15 years, China has implemented a wide-ranging strategy of economic outreach and expansion of all its national capacities, including military and diplomatic capacities. Where the United States has taken a step back from multilateral trade agreements and discarded the Trans-Pacific Partnership, China has made inroads through efforts like the Belt and Road Initiative and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Join us for a conversation with Jonathan Stromseth, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, as he discusses Beijing’s geopolitical objectives and how leadership and political conditions in each society underlie growing Sino-American tensions. This program is hosted by Landmark Center and presented by Global Minnesota. 

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April 12 - Thursday kids
Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Featuring Kim Sueoka, Annett Richter, and Mill City String Quartet   Program: I. Kim Sueoka, Annett Richter II. Mill City String Quartet

Live at the Museum
Courtroom 317; 7:30 pm; $12/$16

Featuring: Vern Sutton, tenor and narrator, Maria Jette, soprano Michael Sutton, violin
Read between the lines of the Letters in the Schubert Club’s famous Manuscript collection, as Vern explores the details surrounding the music and personalities of Haydn, Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Gershwin and more!   And then hear live performances of those pieces with historically enlightened ears. Museum will be open to view manuscripts at 6:30 pm and for approximately 30 minutes following the program.


 

Wood Lathe

April 15 - Sunday kids

Woodturning Demonstration
Gallery of Wood Art; 12 – 3pm; 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.


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April 18 - Wednesday
RCHS History Revealed
Courtroom 326; 11:30 am; Free

Today’s topic is “Value: It’s not always in the money!”  This will be a historic look at the antiques and historic pieces that were brought in by the public.  Besides giving history background on selected items, the speaker will help guests decipher the background and help guests dig deeper into the stories behind the items.  Reservations are required by April 10.

USWH History Conversations: Analysis of the Lindbergh Kidnapping Case
Courtroom 430; 12 pm; Free (res. Req.)

In today’s program: Analysis of the Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, author Richard T. Cahill, Jr. puts the “true” back in “true crime” with this analysis of the Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. kidnapping.  He’ll provide credible information and undistorted  evidence and lets the audience reach their own conclusion.  MORE INFORMATION HERE. For reservations call 651-292-3063.

Landmark to Lowertown
Musser cortile; 12 pm; Free

Composer and sound designer Dameun Strange created sound-scapes that explore the outer limits of music and creativity, fusing them into a style and sound uniquely his own.  Join the American Composers Forum for lunch and hear the piece “Trek|Polaris,” a concert of new and recent Afrofuturists works.


Courtroom Concert

April 19 - Thursday kids
Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Reinaldo Moya is a graduate of Venezuela’s El Sistema music education system. Through El Sistema, he had access to musical training from an early age and was a founding member of the Simón Bolívar Orchestra touring throughout Europe, North and South America.


Dome of Cathedral

April 20 - Friday
Preservation Successes in St. Paul
Info Desk meet; 1:30 pm; $20 SOLD OUT

Hosted by the Society of Architectural Historians, participants will start their tour at the Ordway Center and walk their way to Lowertown, viewing the Endicott and Pioneer buildings, then working their way up to Landmark Center, where they will be given a short Nooks and Crannies Tour.

Courtroom Concert

April 26 - Thursday
Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

The Music of Edie Hill.  From solo to orchestra, epigram to epic, Edie Hill’s music unfolds seamlessly in all spaces and idioms. A widely acclaimed composer, Hill’s music has been performed around the world in such diverse venues as Lincoln Center, the LA County Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, Minneapolis’ Walker Arts Center, St. Paul’s The Schubert Club, and much more.

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Sculpture

April 28 - Saturday kids
Make it; Take it Sculpture Workshop;
North Gallery; 10 am – 12 pm; Free

International Sculpture Day will feature a hands-on workshop on creating your own work of art, and then taking it home with you.  The workshop will be led by professional artists from different disciplines. 

Bandwidth Festival

April 29 - Sunday kids
Sundays at Landmark Lex-Ham BANDWIDTH Community Band Festival
Musser Cortile; 12-6 pm; Free

Enjoy an afternoon listening to marches, concert band classics, pop, Broadway, and jazz music performed by some of the top volunteer-based ensembles in Minnesota.


MAY kids= Kids Friendly

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May 1 - Tuesday kids
Ballet Tuesday
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

The Saint Paul Ballet performs excerpts from the company repertoire, highlighting events for their coming season. Bring your lunch or get something at Anita’s Café as you and your family enjoy this great performance.  For more information call 651.292.3063.

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May 3 - Thursday kids
First Thursdays at the Museum
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.

"St. Paul, 1978: Street Photography by Jerry Mathiason"
North Gallery; 5-7 pm; Free

Landmark Center and Historic Saint Paul present this program in the North Gallery.  The exhibit opens with a free public reception and the exhibit runs through May 26, during regular building hours.

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May 7 - Monday kids
SPCPA – Spring Vocal Concert
Musser Cortile: 7 pm; Free

Come listen to the wonderful voices of the students from the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists as they present their annual spring concert.  Here the next generation of singers destined for the big stage.

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May 9 - Wednesday
Global Conversations
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join Jill Dougherty, Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center and former Moscow bureau chief and correspondent for CNN, for thought-provoking discussion on the future of Russian Foreign policy and power in the region.  To make your reservation call 612-625-1662. This program is hosted by Landmark Center and presented by Global Minnesota. 

Saint Paul Civic Symphony

May 13- Sunday kids
Sundays at Landmark: St. Paul Civic Symphony Mother’s Day Concert
Musser Cortile; 1-3 pm; Free

Don’t miss the 31st annual Mother’s Day Concert.  It’s the perfect way to spend the day with the mothers in your life.  The theme for this year’s concert is “Fantastic Tales.” Seats fill up quickly so arrive early.

St. Paul Music Academy

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May 16- Wednesdaykids
St. Paul Music Academy
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Music students from the Saint Paul Music Academy will perform their spring concert, "O Colored Earth,"  featuring contemporary selections. The public is invited to celebrate spring at this FREE lunchtime concert.  Buy a lunch or bring a lunch.

RCHS History Revealed: Paul Nelson, “Rocky Roots: Walking Tour of the Geology of Downtown Saint Paul”
Landmark Center, 75 Fifth St W, Saint Paul MN 55102

Meet at the Landmark Center. Reservations required, limit 20.
Cost: $5.00 RCHS members, $8.00 General Public
Reservations required for walking tours. See the website at www.rchs.com or call 651-222-0701 for more information and reservations for walking tours. Tours are first come, first served.

Rcie Park

 

May 17- Thursday
Rice Park Ground Breaking
Rice Park; 10 am; Free

After a year of brainstorming, fund raising and planning, the much-awaited revitalization of Rice Park is here.  Join community leaders, project partners, and donors for the formal groundbreaking, starting at 10 am. 

Wood Lathe

Urban Expedition

 

May 20- Sunday kids
Woodturning Demonstration
Gallery of Wood Art; 12 – 3pm; 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.

Urban Expedition: France
Musser Cortile; 1-3 pm; Free

Come to the final Urban Expedition program and learn about the art and culture of France.  Visit with animals, taste their food and learn more about their dances and music, while getting the last postmark stamped in your passport for the 2018 season!  For more information call 651-292-3063.

Old Man and the Sea

May21 - Monday
Film Premier, The Old Man and the Sea: Return to Cuba
ADM Finbar's and the Schooner WOLF's 2016 Voyage to Cuba
F. K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 6 pm; Free

The film runs 75 minutes and features footage filmed in Key West, Florida, at Sea aboard Schooner WOLF in the Florida Straits, and on land in Havana and Mariel, Cuba.  The documentary tells the story of Capt. Finbar, his love of the sea and his epic struggle to keep the historic topsail schooner WOLF voyaging the seven seas.  Finbar embodies the spirit of the Ancient Mariner, and over his 50-year sailing career has taught and encouraged hundreds of novice mariners to get their own captain's papers.  For more information call 305 923 0443 or CLICK HERE.