The Sundial in Downtown St. Petersburg is decked out for the holidays, and it’s bringing back its snow machines to turn the plaza into a Winter Wonderland this December. The snow officially begins on December 12 at 6pm.
That evening, Sundial St. Pete will host its annual tree lighting ceremony. .The entire courtyard is adorned with festive lights and decorations to get the community in the holiday spirit. Sundial St. Pete is located at 153 2nd Avenue North.
It will snow in the Sundial St. Pete courtyard nightly from 6-9:30pm.
This isn’t the only festive event happening when it snows at Sundial.
On December 19 The Body Electric Yoga Company will host Snow-ga at Sundial. The free event begins at 9am and is perfect for all levels of experience. Don’t forget to bring your own mat or towel.
You can pay a daily drop in rate of just $25 if you’re looking for a cozy spot to post up at for the afternoon/ Park yourself at an open table in the lobby of The BE Athletic. Day use lockers are also available. Monthly memberships are also available at $100/month.
Want a designated desk at The BE Athletic?
Enjoy nlimited use of a designated desk and overnight locker in one of the cafe-side rooms for $250 per month.
Here are the benefits of Co-Working at The BE Athletic:
- Access during reception hours (M-F 6:30am-7:00pm, and Sa-Su 8:00am-5:00pm)
- Free parking
- 15% off BE Athletic Membership or Drop-In/Open Gym (regularly $110/mo and $20/drop-in)
- Filtered water, cubbies, and showers
- Day use or overnight lockers (overnight for designated desk members)
- Limited printing
- Shared break room with microwave and refrigerator
You can find all the details, and start your membership by visit The BE Athletic’s website.
More festive events in St. Petersburg:
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