Quality Inn & Suites Arden Hills - Saint Paul North
1125 Red Fox Rd
Arden Hills, MN 55112-6945
Phone: (651) 484-6557
Fax: (651) 484-9521
1125 Red Fox Rd, Arden Hills, MN, US, 55112-6945
- Phone: (651) 484-6557
- Fax: (651) 484-9521
This annual community event includes craft booths, a parade, fantastic food, family fun and more. With more than 25 groups marching, the parade will leave Windsor High School at 12:30 p.m. and end at the Town Green at 1:00 p.m. This event is held in May.
This community orchestra performs a diverse selection of classics that covers over three hundred years in the history of Western music history.
The Heights Theatre is one of the few classic cinemas left in the world, complete with red velvet curtains and crystal chandeliers. To add to the old-time atmosphere, an organ player plays before every movie screening, making the Heights a welcome departure from the chain theaters and their many pre-show commercials.
Wilebski's Blues Saloon is a casual spot to catch some stunning live music in Saint Paul's North End. This saloon hosts live music three nights a week and the bar offers drinks for affordable prices. There is also a free buffet every Friday night from 5-7pm for you to fuel up before feelings the power of the live blues.
Located within the University of Minneapolis-St Paul Campus, the Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Soccer Stadium is a popular sporting venue for several soccer fans of the region. Usually hosting matches for the university's women's soccer team, the stadium is a state-of-the art venue that has a seating capacity of 1000. What's more, the stadium is furnished with spectacular lights and acoustics, making it ideal for concerts and major local events.
One thing that Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and the Backstreet Boys have in common is the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand. Perfect in size and atmosphere, it has held some of the biggest concerts of the Minnesota State Fair. It also has ample of floor space for exhibitions. After a recent renovation, its capacity has multiplied to accommodate 17,000 persons. But naturally, the Grandstand is the center of entertainment and joie de vivre of the Fair. Since the time the Fair has expanded beyond its traditional function of an agriculture and livestock exhibition, the Grandstand has emerged as the major attraction, especially for the youth of Minnesota.
Warner Coliseum is located within the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in Falcon Heights, close to St. Paul. Originally the St. Paul Hippodrome, it has been recently named after Lee and Rosa Warner who served and supported the Minnesota State Fair for several years. It is a massive 5,250-seater venue which is chiefly used for cattle, horse, poultry shows during the Fair. During the Fair, the Coliseum becomes the locus of the typical Midwest spirit which loves to boast of its fine pedigree animals. Several small stalls and shops are also housed here for the duration of the Fair. In the winter months, the Coliseum is used as an ice rink for local ice hockey tournaments.
The House of Comedy at the Mall of America features the best comedians within the stand-up field. Some familiar names that performed at this comedy club include nationally-known comedians, such as Jay Leno and David Letterman. Show tickets are on a first come, first serve basis, and individual event hours vary. Refer to website for more details.
Located inside the Minnesota Internship Centre Charter School, The Utech Atrium is an important feature of this charming university. Housed in the Utech Building, this place is used by the school for holding award ceremonies, graduation ceremonies, prom nights and even dances. The facility is also rented out for concerts and functions. A great place to have an event with its stunning interiors and great ambiance.
CO Exhibitions is a spacious art venue that is completely dedicated to art exhibitions. It is managed and owned by the Burlesque of North America and Permanent Art & Design Group, and showcases multimedia designs. Artists and designers come together and weave their magic of expertise and uniqueness in every project. This multi-faceted and versatile venue highlights and presents collaborative work of artists. For more details about CO Exhibitions, please call ahead.
A landmark in its namesake neighborhood, St. Anthony Park Branch Library is a Carnegie library established in 1917. It is home to a collection of over 55,000 books and items, including several multi-lingual publications. Their selection for children is one of the largest in the city. This branch is as renowned for its stunning architecture as it is for its repertoire and cultural events.
This troupe of entertainers features fifty singers, dancers and musicians who present traditional ethnic music and dance from many world regions.