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JULY kids= Kids Friendly
SummerWalkingTour2015

July 1
Summer Walking Tour: Great River
Departs from Upper Landing Park at Shepard Road & Chestnut Street; 10 am; Free

Learn about Saint Paul's start, its relationship with the Mississippi River and its surrounding landmarks. The tour departs from Upper Landing Park in St. Paul at Shepard Rd. & Chestnut St. at 10 am (click here for directions). Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

MotherBanjoBand

July 8
Summer Walking Tour: Heart of the City
Departs from Landmark Center's Hamm Foyer (Entrance on 6th street); 10 am; Free

Enjoy some of Saint Paul's most historic landmarks on this tour that takes you through the heart of the city. Tour departs from Landmark Center's Hamm Foyer, located by the entrance on 6th Street. Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

Music in the Café: Mother Banjo Band
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Music in the Café returns to Landmark Center for a ninth season of lunchtime performances. The first concert of 2015 will feature New England-raised, Minneapolis-based songwriter, Mother Banjo Band. Guests are invited to bring their lunch or purchase one from Anita’s Café. Music in the Café is sponsored in part by KFAI radio. Larry Englund, from KFAI's Rhythm and Grooves show will be on hand to host each concert. For more information please visit http://landmarkcenter.org/music.html.

Nooshin

July 9
Summer Arts Discovery Workshop: Painting Demonstration with Joonja Lee Mornes
Galleria (2nd floor); 7-9 pm; Free, but reservations required

Look at the creative process, through the eyes of artists, at five Summer Arts Discovery workshops. Summer Arts Discovery artists are offering a variety of workshops to showcase their work, and engage the public in the artistic process. Each workshop examines a different art form, and is led by the artists themselves. 

On July 9 Joonja Lee Mornes will demonstrate the layering techniques she used to create her hypnotic paintings. The event is free, but reservations are required by calling 651.292.3063.

PaulSeeba

July 15
Summer Walking Tour: Rice Park
Departs from Landmark Center's Visitor Information Center; 10 am; Free

This tour will take you back in time to learn the secrets of one of the city's oldest and most beloved parks and the unique buildings that surround it. Tour departs from Landmark Center's Visitor Information Center. Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

Music in the Café: Paul Seeba
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

The second concert of the 2015 series will feature singer/songwriter Paul Seeba. Guests are invited to bring their lunch or purchase one from Anita’s Café. Music in the Café is sponsored in part by KFAI radio. Larry Englund, from KFAI's Rhythm and Grooves show will be on hand to host each concert. For more information please visit http://landmarkcenter.org/music.html.

Nooshin

July 16
Summer Arts Discovery Workshop: Hand Casts with Nooshin Hakim Javadi
North Gallery; 7-9 pm; Free, but reservations required

Look at the creative process, through the eyes of artists, at five Summer Arts Discovery workshops. Summer Arts Discovery artists are offering a variety of workshops to showcase their work, and engage the public in the artistic process. Each workshop examines a different art form, and is led by the artists themselves. 

On July 16 learn “first hand” how Nooshin Hakim Javadi transforms the world around her into permanent works of art and make a cast of your hand to take home. The event is free, but reservations are required by calling 651.292.3063.

Nooshin

July 18
Summer Arts Discovery Workshop: Photography Discussion with Wing Young Huie
Galleria (2nd Floor); 10 am - 12 pm; Free, but reservations required

Look at the creative process, through the eyes of artists, at five Summer Arts Discovery workshops. Summer Arts Discovery artists are offering a variety of workshops to showcase their work, and engage the public in the artistic process. Each workshop examines a different art form, and is led by the artists themselves. 

On July 18 Wing Young Huie will show and discuss his iconic photographs, which ask participants to re-examine how they view the world. The event is free, but reservations are required by calling 651.292.3063.

Woodturner

July 19
Wood Turning Demonstration kids
Gallery of Wood Art; 10 am; Free

Enjoy watching a woodturner shape wood into new and beautiful objects. Fun and fascinating for all ages. For more information please visit http://www.galleryofwoodart.org/.

o'brienhobert

July 22

Music in the Café: Lynn O'Brien and Steven Hobert
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Join duo Lynn O'Brien and Steven Hobert for the third concert of the series. Guests are invited to bring their lunch or purchase one from Anita’s Café. Music in the Café is sponsored in part by KFAI radio. Larry Englund, from KFAI's Rhythm and Grooves show will be on hand to host each concert. For more information please visit http://landmarkcenter.org/music.html.

cafeaccordion

July 29

Music in the Café: Café Accordion Orchestra
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Café Accordion returns for the final Music in the Café of the year. Guests are invited to bring their lunch or purchase one from Anita’s Café. Music in the Café is sponsored in part by KFAI radio. Larry Englund, from KFAI's Rhythm and Grooves show will be on hand to host each concert. For more information please visit http://landmarkcenter.org/music.html.


AUGUST kids= Kids Friendly
SummerWalkingTour2015

August 1
Summer Arts Discovery Workshop: Paper Mosaics with Barbara Benson Keith
North Gallery; 1-3 pm; Free, but reservations required

Look at the creative process, through the eyes of artists, at five Summer Arts Discovery workshops. Summer Arts Discovery artists are offering a variety of workshops to showcase their work, and engage the public in the artistic process. Each workshop examines a different art form, and is led by the artists themselves. 

On August 1 Barbara Benson Keith will demonstrate her paper mosaic techniques and give the audience an opportunity to create their own take home mosaic. The event is free, but reservations are required by calling 651.292.3063.

SummerWalkingTour2015

August 5
Summer Walking Tour: Great River
Departs from Upper Landing Park at Shepard Road & Chestnut Street; 10 am; Free

Learn about Saint Paul's start, its relationship with the Mississippi River and its surrounding landmarks. The tour departs from Upper Landing Park in St. Paul at Shepard Rd. & Chestnut St. at 10 am (click here for directions). Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

SummerWalkingTour2015

August 9
Summer Arts Discovery Workshop: Shoemaking with Amara Hark Weber
North Gallery; 2-4 pm; Free, but reservations required

Look at the creative process, through the eyes of artists, at five Summer Arts Discovery workshops. Summer Arts Discovery artists are offering a variety of workshops to showcase their work, and engage the public in the artistic process. Each workshop examines a different art form, and is led by the artists themselves. 

On August 9 Amara Hark Weber will demonstrate how she crafts and sews her imaginative and beautiful shoes. The event is free, but reservations are required by calling 651.292.3063.

 

August 11
New Players Association of Nagasaki-Prefecture Concert
Musser Cortile; 12 pm; Free

Join the Sister City Committee and Landmark Center for a concert from the New Players Association of Nagasaki-Prefecture.

SummerWalkingTours

August 12
Summer Walking Tour: Heart of the City
Departs from Landmark Center's Hamm Foyer (Entrance on 6th street); 10 am; Free

Enjoy some of Saint Paul's most historic landmarks on this tour that takes you through the heart of the city. Tour departs from Landmark Center's Hamm Foyer, located by the entrance on 6th Street. Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

Vintage Saint Paul Tour
Visitor Information Center; 6:30 pm; $25 - tickets required

A new kind of tour is coming to Landmark Center. The Vintage Saint Paul Tour will take participants on an evening stroll back in time. Starting in Landmark Center, the tour will head down Saint Peter Street to see Mickey's Diner. The tour will then make its way over to the Coney Island. Only open for special engagements, the Coney Island will welcome the Vintage Saint Paul Tour guest with a classic Coney Dog and beverage. The tour will next stop at Candyland for a sampling of their famous popcorn and end at the Saint Paul Hotel where guests will be able to enjoy the cash bar and atmosphere enjoyed by so many over the last 100 years. Visit http://www.landmarkcenter.org/visit/vintagesaintpaul.html for more information and to purchase tickets.

crossword

August 13

Film Score Fest
F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium; 7 pm; Free, but donations accepted

Film Score Fest returns for a second year of live music peformances paired with short films. A collaboration between MNKINO, a film making group, and Composer Quest, a songwriting and music composition podcast, Film Score Fest pairs filmmakers with composers to create new short-films with original scores. This year, all films will interpret the theme, “Home,” and the Composer Quest orchestra will perform the scores live at the film screening in Landmark Center’s F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium. Film Score Fest is supported in part by Landmark Center. For more information visit mnkino.com.

SummerWalkingTours

August 19
Summer Walking Tour: Rice Park
Departs from Landmark Center's Visitor Information Center; 10 am; Free

This tour will take you back in time to learn the secrets of one of the city's oldest and most beloved parks and the unique buildings that surround it. Tour departs from Landmark Center's Visitor Information Center. Tour departs rain or shine, so dress accordingly. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 651.292.3237.

SummerDance

August 22
"From War to Reconciliation" Opening reception
North Gallery; 10 am-12 pm; Free

In celebration of 70 years of peace between the United States and Japan, and 60 years of friendship between Nagasaki, Japan and Saint Paul, the Saint Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee is hosting an exhibit on peace and a series of related events in Landmark Center from August to November. Events include a concert from the New Players Association of Nagasaki-Prefecture, screenings of the film Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard, a discussion with the filmmakers, Shizumi Shigeto Manale and Bryan Reichardt, and receptions for local dignitaries and representatives from both cities. More information and event details can be found at www.stpaulpeace.org.