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Friday, 10/3
 
First Friday
Get downtown to enjoy the awesome deals and entertainment that abound on First Friday in the Burg. Block party held between 
 
Founders Corner Fresh Market (Fri & Sat)
The open air fresh market supports the local community by featuring fresh produce, food and drink arts and crafts, jewelry, raw honey, organic smoothies, live music, entertainment, and more… It's sure to have something special for everyone. Free. 9am-3pm. Founders Corner, 431 Southwest Blvd. N.
 
Mornings w/ The Maestro
Enjoy a morning of classical music at the Museum Of Fine Arts. This Friday the Maestro shares Tears Of A Clown. 11am. Tickets are $20. $17 for seniors and students. Museum Of Fine Arts 255 Beach Dr NE
 
St. Pete Shuffle
Every Friday come out and enjoy a hip twist to an old game under the stars. On the First Friday of the month – enjoy live music from a local artist. Fun family activity. All equipment is provided and instruction is available. The "World's Largest Shuffleboard Club" promotes and sponsors year-round competitive and recreational outdoor shuffleboard play on 65 courts. 7-11pm. FREE. St. Pete Shuffle 559 Mirror Lake Dr. N.
 
First Friday Jazz Concert & Dance
Get in the First Friday spirit with classic jazz at the Manhattan Casino. 7-10pm. Tickets are $15 per person. Manhattan Casino 642 22nd St S
 
Live Music and Food Trucks @ 3 Daughters Brewing (Fri & Sat)

Live Music and Food Trucks. 8-11pm every Friday. 3 Daughters Brewing 222 22nd St. S.
 
Black Comedy @ St. Pete City Theatre
Written by Peter Shaffer and directed by Rob Colwell, Black Comedy involves a struggling artist about to meet both his fiancée's father and a major art investor on the same evening. Lovesick and desperate, sculptor Brindsley Miller has embellished his apartment with furniture and objects d'arte "borrowed" from the absent antique collector next door hoping to impress his fiancee's pompous father and a wealthy art dealer. When the fussy neighbor returns just as a blown fuse plunges the apartment into darkness, Brindsley is revealed teetering on the verge of very ripe farce. Unexpected guests, aging spinsters, errant phone cords and other snares impede his frantic attempts to return the purloined items before light is restored. As darkness falls over the apartment and guests, much more is revealed about the artist than he ever wanted brought to light. Performances are September 12-28, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $22.00. Call the box office at 727-866-1973 or visit www.spcitytheatre.org to purchase tickets. St. Petersburg City Theatre, 4025 31st Street S.
 
The Divine Connection Between Form & Nature 
Jacqueline Amick is an emerging artist from Saint Petersburg FL, who is currently getting her BFA in Intaglio Printmaking at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She is a newly found Intaglio printmaker who has chosen to specialize in Copper etching and woodcuts. She also works in oil painting on canvas and incorporates hand painting in her intaglio/relief prints. The Divine Connection Between Form and Nature is an exhibit that displays the relationship that our Great Mother- Gaia, has with all she has created; the elements and the life forms of our earth. I use the classic forms of printmaking with intaglio & relief, along with oil painting on canvas- to try and show my appreciation to the strength and beauty that surrounds us in all its divine prosperity- positive and negative. Opening on October 3, 6-9pm. Regular gallery hours 12-4pm. FREE to attend. Studio @ 620, 620 1st Ave S. 
 
Rhymin N Stealin: A Beastie Boys Tribute Show
Get out to Jannus this Friday for some iconic fun. Show begins at 8pm. Tickets are $10. Jannus Live 200 1st Ave N. 
 
Romantic Latin Night @ Everything Dolce
Enjoy an evening of live Latin music by Julian Camaz. 7-11pm. Everything Dolce, 937 Central Ave
 
Palladium Founders Gala
The gala celebrates the founders of the Palladium, William and Hazel Hough; Gus, Frances and Paul Stavros; George Rahdert; Dar Webb; and Mary Wyatt Allen. The evening includes a seated dinner, appetizers and dessert. Entertainment by Nate Najar, Paul Wilborn and Eugenie Bondurant; Pat and Susan Hough Henry and other special surprises. Begins at 6:30pm. Tickets are $150 per person, $1500 reserved table of eight. Palladium Theatre 253 5th Ave N. 
 
TIGLIFF Film Festival (All Weekend)
Beginning Friday, October 3 and running through October 11 the Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival takes over the Bay area. For a full list of screenings and where you can catch them follow this link. You can purchase your tickets here
 
Saturday, 10/4
 

AWAPS Pancake Breakfast 
Enjoy a pancake breakfast at The Hangar Restaurant. 8am-11pm. The Hangar Restaurant 540 1st St SE
 
Breakfast w/ The Dali For Families
Breakfast with Dali is a monthly event that introduces Salvador Dali and the Dali Museum to families with children (recommended ages 6-12). This fun and interactive tour is led by a Dali docent as well as a roster of junior docents who have chosen Dali paintings and other works which specially appeal to children. The tour is followed by a Spanish-themed breakfast buffet as well as hands-on activities. 9:30-11:30am. $24 per adult, $17 per child (13-17), $10 per child (6-12) and FREE for children 5 and under. Dali Museum, 1 Dali Blvd. 
 
Saturday Morning Market
It's that time of year again! The Saturday Morning Market returns to the Burg in full swing. For a complete list of what's new at the market read our feature on the new vendors and initiativesVisit the largest farmer's market in Florida for a variety of fresh and organic produce, gourmet baked goods, prepared foods, plants and flowers, arts and crafts or a variety of handcrafted items. The Market is held each Saturday from October 5 through May 30, 2015. FREE to attend. Al Lang Stadium parking lot on the corner of 1st Ave S and 1st St S,
 
Brocante Market (Sat & Sun) 
The Brocante Market makes its Fall return. The vintage market features carefully curated items from some of the Burg's most renowned collectors. This labor of love compiles vintage clothing, furniture, desks, tools, records, books, wagons, lamps and nearly anything else you can think of into one fantastic warehouse. This market runs all weekend so make sure to leave some room in your trunk. Whether it’s antique furniture painted in a classic color that will become your families next heirloom, or an industrial table salvaged from an unknown fate, or even an item re-imagined for a purpose it was never intended, this is the essence that makes Brocante unique to everyone. 9am-7pm on Saturday. 9am-5pm on Sunday. FREE to attend. Brocante Market 2200 2nd Ave S. 
 
St. Pete Preservation Walking Tour
This Saturday morning enjoy the Original Downtown Walking Tour. The walk begins at the entrance to the Sat. Morning Market (1st Ave S & 1st St S). Tour participants will take a trip thru a portion of the St. Petersburg Downtown National Register Historic District between Central Avenue and 4th Avenue North seeing grand hotels, stately churches, and architectural treasures like the Snell Arcade, the Open Air Post Office, and the Veillard residence. See & learn how businesses and residents have reused historic buildings. Tours will be offered each Saturday morning through April. 10am-12pm. Free for SPP members, $5 for all others. Walking Tour begins in Al Lang Stadium Parking Lot, 1st St S & 1st Ave S. 
 
Public Walking Mural Tour
Florida Craftsmen, Inc. along with the City Of St. Pete host PUBLIC walking mural tours of the Burg every Saturday. Tour begins at 10am and goes until 11:30am. Tours will be held every Saturday at 10am except for the second saturday of each month when tours will be held at 4pm. $19 for adults, $11 for children and FREE for kids ages 5 and under. Tour begins at Florida Craftsmen located at 501 Central Ave.
 
Crafty Fest Market @ ARTpool Gallery
Crafty Fest Market is a buy local, handmade and vintage fabulous monthly event. The market features some of the best local art you can find. Don't forget to check out their shop and gallery. 11am-5pm. FREE to attend. ARTpool Gallery 2030 Central Ave.
 
FREE Saturdays @ Everything Dolce
Free doggie treats and plenty of water bowls. If your involved with a dog oriented charity, we would gladly help to promote the cause. A perfect opportunity to allow proud parents and canines to socialize. 9am-11pm. Rock N Blues Jam from 1-4pm. Everything Dolce 937 Central Ave. 
 
Tampa Bay International Curry Festival 
Experience a flavorful and exciting day of culinary delights and family friendly events you would only expect to experience in Tampa Bay. 12-8pm. Free to attend. Vinoy Park 701 Bayshore Dr NE
 
Live Poker Tournament @ Sly Bar
Saturday Sly Bar will host their first ever poker tournament. Matches start at 2pm. FREE to play. Sly Bar 2061 Central Ave. 
 
St. Pete Indie Market 
St. Pete Indie Market is a monthly seasonal showcase of local artists, indie designers, horticulturists, eclectic crafters and non profit groups who take over the sidewalks of the 600 block artist community. Vendors are hand selected. 12-6pm. Free to attend. St. Pete Indie Market 600 Block of Central Ave. 
 
Film Series: To Inform & Transform
Accepting the consensus of scientists that climate change is already upon us, this inspirational documentary asks what is keeping us from action and explores how unlimited growth and greed are destroying our life support system. The film features thought leaders and activists in the realms of science, economics and spirituality, such as Bill McKibben, Joanna Macy, Richard Heinberg and Gus Speth, who probe one poignant question; will we have the wisdom to survive? 3pm. Suggessted donation of $7 at the door. Enoch Davis Recreation Center 1111 18th Ave S. 
 
Free Dali Museum Events, One Dali Blvd.:
DillyDally With Dali
Children can discover the creative world of Dali through games, puzzles and arts + crafts activities which educate and encourage family interaction. Dillydally with Dali takes place under the direction of the museum’s Family Programs Coordinator in the 1st floor Education Classroom. 11:45am.
Dali & Beyond Film Series: Frankenweenie
The Dalí + Beyond Film Series features unusual movies, art films, and films about art that share a common enthusiasm for fantasy, dreams, creativity and the imagination. From Disney and creative genius Tim Burton comes the hilarious and offbeat FRANKENWEENIE, a heartwarming tale about a boy and his dog. After unexpectedly losing his beloved dog Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power of science to bring his best friend back to life — with just a few minor adjustments. He tries to hide his home-sewn creation, but when Sparky gets out, Victor’s fellow students, teachers and the entire town learn that getting a new “leash on life” can be monstrous. Complete with electrifying bonus features, FRANKENWEENIE is alive with enchanting fun for the whole family. 2012. Rated PG. 87 min. 1-3pm. 
 
Freedom Fund Banquet 
Support a good cause this Saturday. Freedom Fund Banquet begins at 6pm. Tickets are just $50. St. Pete Coliseum 535 4th Ave N
 
Old 97's @ State Theatre
The Old 97's light up Saturday night on the State stage. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $20 advance, $23 at the door. State Theatre 687 Central Ave.
 
Damon Fowler Band, Blues
The fiery guitarist’s slide, dobro and lap steel riffs have been snapping heads around since his ’99 debut, Riverview Drive, produced and played on by legendary rocker Rick Derringer. But as Damon Fowler has proved with a string of albums for Blind Pig beginning with ’09′s Sugar Shack, Fowler doesn’t need any help getting his message across. A blend of sacred steel, backwater blues and howling, greasy swamp rock, Fowler’s music is a primal, atavistic sound that makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up. His solo gigs with his skin tight power trio have converted rooms full of strangers into a loyal congregation who now attend his services regularly. Begins at 8pm. Tickets are $14 advance, $18 day of show. Palladium Theatre 253 5th Ave N 
 
Pipe Dreams Exhibit @ Zen Glass Studio
Don’t miss this opportunity to take a glimpse into the world of glass pipe making and the accompanying multi-million dollar industry! Zen Glass Studios & gallery is hosting the third annual Pipe Dreams exhibition. 6pm-12am. FREE to attend. Zen Glass Studio 600 27th St S. 
 
FUNK Cancer @ The Amsterdam
Join The Amsterdam for the FUNK CANCER Fundraiser on Oct 4th! The party will kick off at 2pm and go until 2am! $5 wrist bands, at the door or pre ordered, for all day access to music, art, good beer, food, raffles, good times and great people! This is a pet and people friendly event so bring the furry ones too. The Amsterdam 1049 Central Ave. 
 
Live Music @ The Hangar
Live Music from 8-11pm. Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge 540 1st St SE
 
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs FC Edmonton
Come on you Rowdies! The green and gold soccer warriors take on FC Edmonton this Saturday. Arrive to the Al Lang Stadium parking lot early and get your Rowdies Face painted on! Game begins at 7:30pm. Tickets. Al Lang Stadium 230 1st St SE
 
Citizen Cope @ Jannus Live
Citizen Cope brings their internationally acclaimed music to St. Pete. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $31 advance, $36 at the door. Jannus Live 200 1st Ave N
 
Sunday, 10/5
 
Totally Restorative @ The Body Electric Yoga Company
A deeply relaxing practice for everybody.  We'll use bolsters, blankets, blocks, and straps to fully support you in each posture. Classes may feature guided meditation, breathing exercises, or anatomical focus. Restorative yoga breaks down chronic stress and physical tension. As in more dynamic yoga classes, we move the spine in all directions, promoting mobility and back health. We compress and stretch the organs, moving blood and lymph through the body. Practicing restorative yoga has helped many people fight fatigue and depression, recover from illness, injury, and trauma. When you are more relaxed, you are less vulnerable to the many stress-related illnesses that plague us. So come in and relax! Whether this is your main yoga practice, or a change-of-pace, you're going to feel refreshed, open, and calm when you leave the room. With enough practice, you might cultivate this calm into a healthier happier version of you. 6-7pm. The Body Electric Yoga Company 685 30th Ave N. 
 
Deuces Live Sunday Market
The market will feature live entertainment every week and a unique array of vendors offering home baked goods, fresh produce, fruit, flowers, plants, seafood and meats, arts and fine crafts, gifts, baskets, and more. Rain or shine, and all year long, the new Deuces Live Sunday Market will become a shopping and economic opportunity in Midtown for the entire community. Vendor booths are available. 1-5pm. Free to attend. Deuces Live 22nd St S & 9th Ave S. 
 
Jeneen Terrana Band
Singer/songwriter Jeneen Terrana fuses pop, rock and folk to create a sound all her own. Terrana has been gaining national and international exposure touring the US and Europe. She’s a true songstress, a powerful performer with fire and soul in her voice that comes from a wisdom far beyond her years. Her music has been described by the Queens Courier as “a whirlwind of powerful songs and folksy playfulness.” Show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 advance, $25 day of show. Palladium Theatre 253 5th Ave N. 
 
#NOSHAME Pop-Up Cinema: Bully
#NOSHAME Pop-Up Cinema presents "Bully (2011)" on Sunday October 5th at the Amsterdam. Enjoy a curated "Backyard Cinema" experience, enjoy yummy libations, and support the anti-bullying efforts of the No Shame campaign! 7:30pm. FREE to attend, $10 suggessted donation to Directions for Living's #NOSHAME campaign. The Amsterdam 1049 Central Ave.
 
Rise Against @ Jannus Live
The hard rockers who encapsulate the meaning of pump-up music arrive in the Burg on Sunday. Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets are $32.50 in advance, $35 day of show. 
 
Hawk & Wayne's This Is A Comedy Show! 
Critically acclaimed comedy improv duo, Gavin Hawk and Ricky Wayne weave together a hilarious, totally improvised one act play based on audience suggestions. Back for their 6th straight year in residence at American Stage, they have been well received nationally this past year touring comedy festivals like Philadelphia’s DuoFest, Sarasota Improv Festival, Hartford Improv Festival, Detroit Improv Festival and Out of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin, Texas. Show is held the first Sunday of every month. 6pm. Tickets are $10. American Stage 163 3rd St N. 
 

This Weekend at Muvico Sundial 19 + IMAX St. Pete: Gone Girl 
"On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne reports that his wife, Amy, has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick's portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?" via Muvico

 

 

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