Florida CraftArt presents: “Dia de los Muertos – A celebration of Life”
Hours are Monday through Saturday, 10a.m. to 5:30p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. 42 artists from around the country have been selected from a call to artists to submit works that represent, in their own vision, the theme of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The works represent a variety of fine-craft media including ceramic, wood, glass, fiber, metal and mixed media. Admission is free!
501 Central Ave
Screening of Lea and Mira and Holocaust Survivor Talk
Thursday, May 10 beginning at 6:30p.m. Lea and Mira tells the story of two elderly Polish Jewish women living in Argentina. As children, they were taken to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where they were imprisoned for two years. Having survived such horror was, in their own words, a miracle. The movie depicts the thoughts of these two Holocaust Survivors who, in the twilight of their lives, transmit their wisdom, their resilience, and their way of looking at the world and life after trauma and horror. This film pays homage to life and its power to triumph over death, even in the face of terrible suffering. Afterward, a Holocaust survivor will speak and tell his story as well.
The Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S
Preserve the ‘Burg presents Movies in the Park: My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Thursday, May 10 from 7 to 10p.m. My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a romantic comedy that hit theaters in 2002 and has been enjoyed ever since. The main character, Toula, falls in love but is stuck in a sticky situation worried her family will be upset by the fact that he is not Greek. What will she do?
Straub Park- North Downtown Waterfront Park, 400 S Bayshore Dr
Dirty Dancing ’87 Dive-In Movie & 80’s Sunset Pool Party
Saturday, May 12 beginning 7p.m. Head over for a free party and movie screening! 7p.m. to dark the 80’s Sunset Pool Party will be taking place and after dark the screening of Dirty Dancing ’87 will begin. Bring your Dirty Dancing movie knowledge to win some triva prizes as well.
Holander Hotel Downtown St. Petersburg, 421 4th Ave N
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