Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra: April 10, 2022
Enjoy the music of this old-world string instrument in a concert of pops, classical, and more.
Black Sea Odyssey: Virtual
Experience the music, dance, language, costume, and arts & craft traditions of several countries hailing from the Black Sea region of Eastern Europe, all from the comfort of your home! Produced in partnership with Ethnic Dance Theatre.
Landmark Center’s popular Urban Expedition program provides families with an opportunity to learn about the world right here in Saint Paul’s own backyard. In its 18th season, five individual programs will provide authentic cultural experiences that include music, dance, crafts, and traditions from different destination countries. Thank you to Ghana Association of Minnesota for partnering with us on this wonderful event!
Peru: March 20, 2022
Greece: February 27, 2022
China: February 20, 2022
Make Your Own Tiger Mask and Zodiac Animals
Ghana: February 13, 2022
Make Your Own Kente Cloth
Minnesota Boychoir: January 9, 2022
We missed having the Minnesota Boychoir perform this year, but fortunately, there are virtual performances of their past performance ready to view from the comfort of your own home. Their most recent concert, Merry & Bright, features the 2021-2022 choirboys and can be found at Merry & Bright with the Minnesota Boychoir – YouTube.
Virtual Christmas Stories with J.B. Eckert
Join storyteller J.B. Eckert online for an original Christmas story. “A Tumble of Trouble” and “Flight of the Grampees” are now available!
Great Pumpkin Halloween Celebration: October 24, 2021
Guests at the annual Great Pumpkin Halloween Celebration enjoyed Halloween festivities at Landmark Center with live entertainment, crafts, treats, and a costume parade.
Channel your inner superhero and use this template to create a fun mask for your next mission!
“Obscenity on Trial: The Case Against Dr. Charles Malchow”: October, 2021
Written by Thomas Fabel • Directed by Chad Snyder
“Obscenity On Trial: The Case Against Dr. Charles Malchow,” explores the repercussions of the Comstock Act of 1873, which prohibited the use of U.S. Mail for any “obscene, lewd, lascivious, immoral or indecent” publications. The play recalls the events surrounding a promotional mailing for a clinical book written by Twin Cities’ physician, Dr. Charles W. Malchow, titled “The Sexual Life”, in a way only Landmark Center’s History Plays can – with noted Twin Cities judges, legal practitioners, and academics trading robes for costumes to bring the events to life. View the full performance here.
Mid-Autumn Moon Festival: September 12, 2021
Did you miss our annual Mid-Autumn Moon Festival this year? Take a look at our virtual program below and celebrate this Southeast Asian tradition at home with crafts, music, dance, storytelling, a lion dance and lantern parade. Co-presented with the Vietnamese community of Minnesota.
Craft Your Own Beaded Dragonfly