Saint Paul City Ballet hopes to expand this year, both physically and programmatically. The company, which operates out of a storefront on Grand Avenue in St. Paul, is holding a fundraiser and open house this Saturday.

Zoe Emilie Henrot, the company's interim artistic director, said more space is needed to satisfy demand for classes.

"We want to continue to develop this organization," Henrot said in a press release.

Too, the fundraiser will support the upcoming season, which would be the company's 11th. Henrot will oversee three planned full-length performances.

The open house is from 12-4 p.m. and the fundraiser, which includes a silent auction, will run from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, at 1680 Grand Av., St. Paul.

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