A Night at the Landmark


Join us for a night filled with food, fun, and laughter at the historic Landmark Center in the heart of downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Landmark Center is a beautifully preserved building that has served as a community hub for more than 100 years. According to the Landmark Center website:

 “In 1972, a group of determined citizens saved the building from the wrecking ball and restored it to its previous grandeur. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and reopened to the public as Landmark Center in 1978. Today, the Landmark Center serves as a cultural center for music, dance, theater, exhibitions, public forums, and hosts countless special events.”

It represents the type of long-term and sustained efforts that community developers must make to ensure community assets are preserved. With this as our backdrop, we hope you’ll be able to relax and build a sense of community together within the Landmark Center.

The program for the night will start with a traditional drum group welcome from a local Native American group. Next, The Theater of Public Policy (http://t2p2.net) will be joining us to share their unique blend of community development through improvisational comedy. Throughout the night, you’ll be able to tour the building and connect with Native American artisans.

Buses will shuttle to and from starting at 5:15pm.

5:30 pm: Cash Bar
6:00 pm: Appetizers
6:20 pm: Entertainment
6:30 pm: Dinner Buffet

The Landmark Center is located at 75 West Fifth Street, Saint Paul, MN. Visit http://bit.ly/2aoe6IJ if you intend to stay in downtown Saint Paul late and would like to take public transit back to the hotel from the Landmark Center.