Public Programs

Moon Fest

 

Cornucopia

NOVEMBER


NOVEMBER kids= Kids Friendly

128Live at the Museum

November 1 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they begin another great season of classical and other music formats in this intimate setting.  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.

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November 6 - Tuesday kids
Schubert Club KidsJam: Tales and Music from West Africa
Room 205; 10:30 am; $5

LEARN the vibrant songs and dances of West Africa. CREATE your own West African instrument and PLAY rhythms together in a lively community gathering! LISTEN to stories of past and present West Africa with themes of change and hope.  For more information call 651.292.3268.

National Election Day
North Gallery; all day; Must be registered in this district

General elections throughout the city.  To find your precinct’s location, go to https://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us/ or call 651-215-1440.

History Conversation

 

African Dancer

November 7 - Wednesday
USWH Lecture Series: Marshall Tanick
Courtroom 430; 12 pm; Free

Marshall Tannick, of Meyer Njus and Tanick, will speak on the topic of "The Law and Legacy of WWI in Minnesota." This is part of the free History Conversation series.  To make your reservation call 651-292-3063..

"Mining the Between"
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Artist Rita Grendze will give a short talk that delves into the how and why her work explores and nurtures her Latvian American culture. The lecture is part of the exhibit opening on November 8, "New Art From an Old World."

Schubert Club KidsJam: Tales and Music from West Africa kids
Room 205; 10:30 am; $5

LEARN the vibrant songs and dances of West Africa. CREATE your own West African instrument and PLAY rhythms together in a lively community gathering! LISTEN to stories of past and present West Africa with themes of change and hope.  For more information call 651.292.3268.


 

Courtroom concert

Larvia 100 years

 

November 8 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they begin another great season of classical and other music formats in this intimate setting.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.

 

 

 

"New Art From an Old World"
North Gallery; 5:00 pm; Free

Come to the opening reception of the latest exhibit on Latvian culture. Meet some of the artists as they talk about their work and their process and its connection to their Latvian culture.

 

50s Juke Box

 

November 9 - Friday
Once Upon a Time Gala
Musser Cortile; 5:30 – 10 pm; $150

The Once Upon a Time Gala is a vibrant celebration in support of Landmark Center and its free and accessible arts and cultural community programming. This year, experience the boppin' 1950s with rock 'n roll music and an evening of fine dining and dancing in the beautiful Landmark Center Cortile. Buy your TICKETS HERE.

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November 11 - Sunday
A Day of Peace
F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 10 - 2 pm; Free

The day begins with a special program by Veterans for Peace: chapter 27, bringing together music, speakers and a call for peace when VFP-crafted Armistice Bells ring at 11 am on the 11th day of the 11th Month: the exact moment the bells rang out signaling the end of WWI.

The program continues on the Musser Cortile, with a Peace Fair. Over 200 organizations that promote peaceful solutions will have stations throughout. The program continues with Native American Drummers; Prayers for Peace in Four Voices; Music by Larry Long, Tom LeBlanc and Jacqueline Ultan. This will be followed by story teller Larry Johnson and a second ringing of the VFP Armistice Bells at 2 pm.


Ballet Tuesday

November 13 - 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.

The 30 Years’ War (1618-1648)
Courtroom 317, 7:00-8:30: Free

This program will explore in music and narrative, the 30 years of war, with guest artists Dark Horse Consort.


 

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Karl Altau

November 14 - Wednesday
MN Music Coalition: Workshop Wednesday
Courtroom 326; 6:30 pm; $5 for non-members

Minnesota Music Coalition (MMC) presents Finances For The 21st Century Musician. Financial management and accounting are their own craft worth honing, especially for music makers. Music business financial professionals will join us to offer advice and answer those burning questions that will take some of the fear out of your annual tax preparation.  This is an all-ages event. To get more information call 1-651-347-1662.

 

Celebrating 100 Years of Latvian Independence
Courtroom 326; 12 – 1 pm; Free

Join the Latvian community in welcoming Karl Altau, executive Director of the Joint Baltic American National Committee, to Landmark Center.  Karl will speak on the US Policy Towards Latvia and the Baltic States During the Trump Era.  This program is presented by the Latvian Organization Association of MN and Landmark Center.  For more information call 651-292-1239.

 

Courtroom concert

GiveMN

 

November 15 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they begin another great season of classical and other music formats in this intimate setting.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367.

 

Give to the Max Day
Where you are; anytime;

Today is Give to the Max Day and your opportunity to be part of something big in Minnesota. Your contribution will be part of nearly $150 million raised through the first nine giving days. You can go directly to our page here to make your contribution NOW.

Chris Koza

November 16 - Friday
Landmark LIVE! – Chris Koza
F. K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 8 pm; $25

Chris Koza is a songwriter/musician living and working in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where the climate, the mighty Mississippi River, and the balance of both city and rural communities offer continued inspiration. Koza began performing, producing, and releasing his own music in 2004 with his first solo album Exit Pesce.  Chris is firmly rooted in Americana music, with influences drawing from folk, acoustic, classic rock, experimental electronic-pop and traditional singer-songwriter.

Wood Lathe

 

Larvia 100 years

November 18 - 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.

Centennial Church Service
F. K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 12 pm; Free

This service will be to honor the Latvian Independence and will be celebrated in their native tongue.

Latvian Centennial Celebration kids
Musser Cortile; 1 – 4 pm; Free

Enjoy the traditional music and dance of Latvia on the 100th anniversary of the country’s independence! See exhibits, dance perforamnces, musical performances and children's activities. For more information call 651-292-1239.

Larvia 100 years

November 20 - Tuesday
"Perkons Virtual Reality Rockumentary"
Courtroom 326; 12 pm; Free

After viewing the movie, join the discussion about the topic with artist Cory McLeod.

MN Music Coalition

November 21 - Wednesday
MMC Music Workshop
Courtroom 317; 6:30 pm; $5 non-members

The workshop will cover a variety of professional, creative and wellness topics. More than 500 artists gain professional and creative skills and partnered with other arts organizations through these workshops.  For more information call 1-651-347-1662.

Cornucopia

November 22 - Thursday
THANKS GIVING HOLIDAY - Builidng is closed.

Holiday Bazaar

November 29 & 30- Thursday & Friday
40th Old Fashioned Holiday Bazaar
Musser Cortile; 10 – 8pm $5

Tis’ the season for holiday cheer and shopping! Landmark Center will open its doors for the 40th Annual Landmark Center Old-Fashioned Holiday Bazaar featuring 75 booths of beautiful and unique handcrafted gift items by the area’s finest artists. The Bazaar will feature quality handcrafted items including, jewelry, wreaths, paintings, woven and wearable art, handmade lotions, soaps and more! Festive music and delicious treats will add to the enjoyment of holiday shopping. The Landmark Center Holiday Bazaar will offer shoppers a chance to win one or more of 75 items, donated by each of the exhibitors.


DECEMBER kids= Kids Friendly

Holiday Bazaar

December 1 - Saturday kids
40th Old Fashioned Holiday Bazaar
Musser Cortile; 10 – 5pm $5

Tis’ the season for holiday cheer and shopping! Landmark Center will open its doors for the 40th Annual Landmark Center Old-Fashioned Holiday Bazaar featuring 75 booths of beautiful and unique handcrafted gift items by the area’s finest artists.

 

SPCPA Vocal Arts

December 4 - Tuesday kids
SPCPA Vocal Arts Concert
Musser Cortile; 7 pm; Free

Come hear the lovely sounds of tomorrow’s music stars as the SPCPA Vocal Arts students perform their final concert for this year.  For more information call 651-290-2225.

Mandolin Orchestra

December 5 - Wednesday kids
Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra
Musser Cortile; 12 – 1 pm; Free

This fine ensemble will perform holiday classics for your enjoyment and to help bring in the holiday cheer for the season.

History Revealed Landmark Lunch Series: “Holiday Traditions on the Prairie”
Courtroom 326; 12 – 1 pm; Free

The staff of Gibbs Farm, RCHS’ historic site, will present Victorian and pioneer holiday traditions as celebrated on the prairie. More details to come.

Courtroom concert

December 6 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they present the Ladyslipper Ensemble.  Ladyslipper Ensemble is a twin cities chamber music collective with two facets, bringing the community something old and something new.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367. 


COMPAS Anthology

December 8 - Saturday
COMPAS Anthology Reading
Musser Cortile; 1-3 pm; Free

Come listen to the voices of new children’s works presented by students from all over the state.  Each year the reading brings together the best of written works as presented by COMPAS and their artist-in-residency programs in the past year.  For more information call 651-292-3249

Santa's Workshop

December 9 - Sunday
Santa’s Workshop
Musser Cortile; 1-3 pm; Free

Come for a free photo with Santa, and stay for games and gift making for your loved ones.  Crafts provided for the children. For more information call 651-292-1239.

Ballet Tuesday

December 11 - 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.


Star of the North Band

Global Minnesota

December 12 - Wednesday
Star of the North Band Concert, 30th year anniversary
Musser Cortile; 7:30 pm; Free

Come listen to their 30th year of playing “Sounds of the Holidays.”  This Saint Paul Holiday Tradition will surely delight the audience with new vigor as they perform their best tunes ever for the holidays.

 

Examining Global Health Issues
12:00 noon, Courtroom 317; Free

The collective action of countries, communities, and organizations over the last 30 years has saved millions of lives around the world. Yet inequalities in health and wellbeing persist. The world now faces a mix of old and new health challenges, including the preventable deaths of mothers and children, continuing epidemics of infectious diseases, and rising rates of chronic disease.  Join us for a discussion with Paurvi Bhatt, Vice President of Medtronic Philanthropy and President of Medtronic Foundation, as she discusses the world’s historic health gains and emerging challenges. For more information and to make a reservation contact Global Minnesota.

 

Courtroom concert

 

December 13 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they present Ina-Yukka, a mother and son duet that performs indigenous traditional music from South America and the New Song Movement.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367. 

Wood Lathe

December 16 - Sundaykids
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.

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December 18 - Tuesday
Rose Ensemble: A Tudor Christmas Sing-along
Courtroom 317; 7:00-8:30; Free

Come join the award-winning ensemble of the Rose Ensemble for a holiday sing-along.  The program promises to be entertaining, educational and uplifting as you learn and sing about the holiday season during the Tudor period.   For more information call 651-225-4340.

Courtroom concert

December 20 - Thursday
Schubert Club Courtroom Concert
Courtroom 317; 12 pm; Free

Join the Schubert Club as they present their annual Songs for the Season program.  The Schubert Club’s annual features winter songs and carols by more than a dozen Minnesota composers and songwriters.  Bring a lunch as coffee will be served.  For more information call 651-292-4367. 


 

Tracy Grammer

 

December 21 - Friday kids
Landmark LIVE! – Tracy Grammer
F. K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 8 pm; $25

Called "one of the finest singers and musicians anywhere in folkdom" by the Boston Globe, Tracy Grammer is among contemporary folk music's most beloved artists. Renowned for her pure voice, deft guitar and violin work, and incantatory storytelling, Grammer has recorded and performed with Joan Baez and Mary Chapin Carpenter, and enjoyed 12 consecutive years as one of folk radio's 50 top-played artists, both solo and in a duo with the late Dave Carter.  The opening act is Dennis Warner.