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It’s last week of November. Get out and about with Yoga on Tap at The Bikery, enjoy a brew with the pup during Yappy Hour, check out the 40th edition of the St. Pete Power & Sailboat Show and more this week in the Burg!

Thanks to @jeffabba for the fantastic #instaBURG photo share! Here’s your full local events guide:

Monday, November 27

Radio Theatre Project at The Studio@620
Join in on the fun at our monthly Radio Theatre Project presentation! Each program includes wonderful scripts and stories enhanced with wonderful Foley Effects. Event starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10. 620 1st Ave South.

Running for Brews Waterfront 5k at The Ale and the Witch
Join Running for Brews St. Pete at 7pm for a fun/untimed run along St Pete’s beautiful waterfront path! Free to join, all ages, and all levels of runners. Great place to meet like-minded people in St Pete. There is also a beer raffle post-run. 111 2nd Ave NE.

Yoga at Grassroots Kava House
Join Moving Meditations as they continue their weekly offsite class, now by donation, at Grassroots Kava House. Yoga runs from 7-8pm in their lovely open upstairs space. 957 Central Ave.

Monday Night Team Trivia Night at 3 Daughters Brewing
Join 3 Daughters Brewing for live team trivia in the tasting room. Any size teams are welcome and it’s always free to play. Top 3 winning teams get 3 Daughters Gift Cards for future visits. This week’s food truck is Ikighai Sushi Bowl. Trivia starts at 7pm. 222 22nd St South.

Meditation Made Easy at Wings Bookstore
Join Wings Bookstore for a discussion on how to create a simple yet powerful meditation practice that is easy to maintain; followed by a guided meditation that will leave you feeling grounded, uplifted and deeply connected to your source. Event starts at 7:15pm. 4500 4th St North.

Tuesday, November 28

Hendrick’s Gin Tasting at Cooper Shaker
Distilled and bottled in Scotland, Hendrick’s is a most unusual gin with a subtly different botanicals recipe that includes a unique infusion of rose petals and cucumber alongside more traditional botanical ingredients. Join us Tuesday, as we sample cocktails from Global Hendrick’s Ambassador, Fred Parent. A few cucumber inspired snacks will be served during the presentation. This peculiar tasting will start promptly at 6:30. 169 1st Ave North.

Tiki Tuesday at Intermezzo Coffee and Cocktails
Intermezzo’s Tiki Series continues with our November 28th Edition! Enjoy potions and elixirs of the exotica — inspired by Fall and Winter flavors. Event runs from 6-10pm. 1111 Central Avenue.

Try It Tuesday at Makeme Studio
A budget-minded way to add more creativity to into your life! Here’s your chance to try a new art technique, pinterest-inspired project, or seasonal craft in a playful and process-oriented setting.  This week you’ll be exploring paper marbling. Learn the basics of this ancient craft and and play with marbling a variety of surfaces. Class starts at 7pm. Click HERE to reserve your spot. 3028 9th Street North.

5k Run Around the Trop at Right Around the Corner
Join Right Around the Corner for a fun/untimed run around Tropicana Field. Free to join, all ages, and all levels of runners. Great place to meet likeminded people in St Pete. There is also a beer raffle post-run. Run starts at 7pm. 2244 Central Ave.

Muddy Yoga at Mad Hatters
Join special guest Anastasia Faso for Muddy Yoga this Tuesday night at 7pm. You’ll love her chill vibes and beautiful flow sequences. 4685 28th St. North.

Comedy Open Mic at Iberian Rooster
Calling all comedians! Funniest folk of the night will win cash prizes and bar tabs. Unfunny people get tarred and feathered. Sign up starts at 9pm, open mic starts at 10pm. 475 Central Avenue.

Wednesday, November 29

Wined Down Wednesday at Beach Bar and Restaurant
Enjoy happy hour and half-off wine bottles at Beach Bar and Restaurant. Then get down to you favorite tunes with sunset karaoke. Event runs from 7-11pm. 7700 W Courtney Campbell Causeway.

Mario Kart 64 Tournament at Right Around the Corner
Right Around the Corner hosts their monthly Mario Kart 64 tournament. Test your Nintendo 64 skills for the chance to win awesome prizes. How to Train? GP 100cc with no glitches or shortcuts. It’s free to play. Races start at 7pm. 2244 Central Ave.

Adult BYOB Art Class at Makeme Studio
Kick off the holidays in coastal style! Join makeme to create a beautifully rustic chic holiday wreath inspired by the sea. They’ll show you how to create the wreath base and embellish it with natural shells and glittery seaside accents. A perfect way to say “SEAson’s greetings” to all who enter your home. Click HERE to register. Class starts at 7pm. 3028 9th Street North.

Trivia Night at Flying Boat Brewing Co.
Join Flying Boat every Wednesday starting at 7pm for a fun-filled night of trivia, prizes and craft beer! This team trivia is FREE to play, and the top three teams will win Flying Boat Beer Bucks to use in the taproom. 1776 11th Ave North.

3 Year Anniversary at The Rockshop
The Rockshop celebrates its 3 year anniversary this month. They would like you to join in for a special ribbon cutting ceremony, champagne, sweet treats and a sale! Sale runs from 11am-7pm with the ribbon cutting at 5:30pm.

Whiskey Wednesday at The Melting Pot
Enjoy The Melting Pot’s new Whiskey Wednesday! 1/2 off all whiskey cocktails. The Melting Pot, 2221 4th Street North.

Yoga on Tap at The Bikery
Cruise on down to The Bikery for some high-quality yoga in a great space. Amanda Riker leads an all-levels flow geared toward the needs of yogis and athletes alike. Stick around after and enjoy the good vibes of The Bikery. Class costs $15 at the door, $10 advance, and $5 for Body Electric members in advance. Click HERE to register. Yoga starts at 7pm. 2222 1st Avenue South

Witchgrass Wednesday at The Ale and the Witch
Witchgrass Wednesday is a live weekly open bluegrass jam from 7-10pm at The Ale and the Witch. Come and enjoy some of the area’s best bluegrass musicians as they come together and share their passion and love for the music in this open jam. Bring an instrument, your voice, or just yourself and come enjoy a fun evening of good ol’ fashioned pickin’ and tunes. Taps flow at 4pm, music starts at 7pm.

Thursday, November 30

St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show at the Mahaffey Theater (Thursday-Sunday)
The 40th Annual St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show is the largest boat show on the Gulf Coast.
The show will feature an impressive selection of power boats and sailboats in water and on land, including a 40,000-square-foot clearspan tent housing all types of marine gear. In addition to the large selection of exhibits at this year’s show, there will be an array of special events and fun and educational activities, including marine seminars and the youth fishing clinics presented by the non-profit Hook The Future. Military personnel get free admission with an ID, and Kids 15 and under are Free. Click HERE for tickets. 400 1st St South.

Divemaster Info Night at The Getaway
Come learn what it takes to become a Divemaster! They’ll be setting the schedule for rescue divers who are ready to begin this winter and discussing the path for anyone else interested in pursuing leadership certifications. Session starts at 6:30pm. 13090 Gandy Blvd North.

Living Room Live Open Mic at The Hideaway Cafe
The Hideaway Cafe invites all singer/songwriters to join them for this Thursday’s open mic night, a.k.a. Living Room Live. Named Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay 2014 and 2017 for “Best Open Mic Night”. The Hideaway Cafe has opened up its doors and its stage for the past 8 years to countless rising talents as well as seasoned veterans who have made a career of music. Arrive early to sign up. Event starts at 6pm. 1756 Central Ave.

Tito’s Thursday at The Melting Pot
Each Thursday enjoy any Tito’s Handmade cocktail for only $5! The Melting Pot, 2221 4th Street North.

Yoga at The Gallery
Join Moving Meditations Thursday for this all levels, by donation yoga class amidst the art exhibit of this one-of-a-kind space in Downtown St. Pete. Yoga is from 6pm-7pm. 1 Progress Plz Suite 111.

Artist Talk: Murray Zimiles at The Florida Holocaust Museum
The Florida Holocaust Museum is pleased to present a talk with Murray Zimiles, the artist behind the exhibition “The Holocaust and the Book of Fire.” The paintings, drawings, prints, and artist’s books by Zimiles are graphic statements meant to engage and propel the viewer into a whirlwind of fire and devastation. Zimiles is the stepson of a Holocaust Survivor and felt compelled as an artist to deal with the subject. Event is free for Members of The FHM, and $9 General Admission. Wine and light refreshments will be served. To reserve your seat, call 727.820.0100, ext 301. Event starts at 6:30pm. 55 5th St South.

Yappy Hour at Pinellas Ale Works
Come enjoy a delicious cold beer as $1 of every pint will benefit the dogs of Maxx & Me Pet Rescue. PAW is dog friendly indoors and outside too. Maxx & Me is an all breed volunteer run rescue that saves dogs from euthanasia, provides any medical or behavior care needed, and finds their perfect forever homes. Event runs from 6-8pm. 1962 1st Ave South.

Altered Everthing! at the Morean Arts Center
Come investigate your personal interests in a new two-hour art workshop. You will begin by repurposing an old item. You will use watercolor paint and various, other media to create personally significant artwork—unique to each artist! The workshop fee includes all necessary supplies (paint, papers, brushes, palette + more!) as well as your first foray into the altered arts! Bring personal photos and/or saved mementos for additional embellishment opportunities! No experience necessary. Cost is $25. Class starts at 6pm. Click HERE to register. 719 Central Ave.

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Written by Brian Bailey


Brian Bailey is the founder of I Love the Burg and That's So Tampa. In addition to regular contributions to each blog, he's been featured as a commentator to Bay New 9, The Tampa Tribune, The Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Bay Business Journal and The Business Observer as well as national outlets including The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Brian is currently the Chief Marketing & Experience Officer for Metro Inclusive Health.