St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation has been hard at work putting together holiday lights displays around the waterfront parks in the city. On November 27, the lights will be turned on and St. Pete will be transformed into a total winter wonderland (sans freezing weather).
Here’s a quick breakdown of what’s going on in the Sunshine City for the holidays:
Holiday Lights & Displays: Take a stroll through St. Pete’s downtown waterfront and the St. Pete Pier – TM to enjoy thousands of holiday lights and displays from Nov. 27-Jan. 3.
Meet Santa in the Park
TASCO Drive-In Movie: Enjoy holiday movies on Dec. 5 & 19 at 8 p.m. in Crescent Lake Park.
Meet Santa in the Park: Enjoy a meet-and-greet with Santa on Dec. 11-13 & 18-23, 6-9 p.m., at North Straub Park.
Santa’s Calling: A virtual event from Dec. 15-17. Children can chat with Santa about their holiday wishes over the phone. Registration is required. Deadline to register is Dec. 11. Register online.
Events following CDC guidelines
All local ordinances and CDC guidelines will be followed, as applicable, at every event.
You can see a full breakdown on the St. Pete Parks & Recreation website.
The Holidays in the Sunshine City is sponsored by the City of St. Petersburg and the St. Petersburg Parks & Recreation Department.
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