Arrive at the St. Paul Hotel, enjoy the festive atmosphere and time to socialize. In 1910, “St. Paul’s Million-Dollar Hotel” opened. The guest list included James J. Hill, the builder of the Great Northern Railway, Lucius P. Ordway, businessman and early 3M investor, and John Ireland, archbishop of St. Paul.In the 1920s and 1930s during St. Paul’s gangster era, Leon Gleckman, known as the “Al Capone" of St. Paul,” maintained his headquarters for business dealings in a suite at The Saint Paul Hotel. Mike Malone, a U.S. Treasury Department official who infiltrated Al Capone’s syndicate in Chicago, also rented a room at the hotel to observe Gleckman’s activities. We will be seated in the famous Promenade Ballroom for a thirty minute pre-show. Enjoy a delicious three-course luncheon, prepared in the famous hotel kitchen, with an appetizer, entrée, dessert and beverage during the show: "It’s A Wonderful Life": A Live Radio Play, performed at The Saint Paul Hotel, presents playwright Joe Landry’s acclaimed take on the classic 1946 Frank Capra film, "It’s a Wonderful Life."Reservations must be made by Monday, October 30,2017.