Weekly-Weekday-What-To-Do (06.26-29.17)

After an amazing Pride weekend, we’re amped up and ready to continue celebrating all that makes our city such a wonderful place to live, work and play! Cold Brew Happy Hour, yoga on tap, twilight on the town with St. Pete Preservation, Blues Night with Betty Fox and more! Here’s your guide to enjoying this week in the Burg:



Dignitary Party Summer Bash at The Mahaffey Theater (June 30)
Get out to The Mahaffey on June 30 for the Dignitary Party Summer Bash! Pitbull Toddler, Hard Rock Girls, Nala Price, DJ Coz and others will provide entertainment throughout the evening. Food from Chef Inspired Popcorn, Smokin Aces, Gennaro’s, The Blind Tiger, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Mini Doughnut Factory, Sunset Salsa and more. There will also be liquor from Touch Vodka, Palmetto Whiskey, Blue Point, 10 Barrel and more. Click HERE for tickets and details. Mahaffey Theater, 400 1st Street South.

Monday, June 26

Cold Brew Happy Hour and Kids to Kahwa (All Week)
Enjoy cold brew happy hour at all Kahwa locations. Enjoy $1.99 cold brews (any size) from 3pm-close. Bring the kids to Kahwa this summer. Buy any coffee or tea drink, and get a free small cookie. Click HERE to find a Kahwa location near you.

Golden Gurlz LIVE at American Stage
Have a fun night out by seeing Golden Gurlz, an after-hours cabaret. The performance will also include 6 commercial parodies written by Scott Wooten. This all-new parody/tribute show will be a fundraiser for Metro Wellness and is the perfect night out during St. Pete Pride. Shows at 7pm and 9:30pm. Click HERE for tickets. Raymond James Theatre, 163 3rd Street North.

Opening Night of Yoga for Brews at The Ale and The Witch
Introducing Yoga for Brews coming to you on Monday nights. Instructors will come to teach a 20-30 minute session. Starts at 6:30pm on the upstairs deck of the patio. Free to participate. The Ale and The Witch, 111 2nd Avenue Northeast.


Tuesday, June 27

Drive-in Style Movie Night at InVision Creative Café
Every Tuesday is movie night at InVision. The featured movies playing inside on every TV, and outside on the big screen . . . Drive-In style! Pull up your car or grab a chair and enjoy the movie outside, complete with immersive surround sound and cinema style bass that you can FEEL. Begins at 8pm. InVision Creative Café, 275 16th Street North.


Wednesday, June 28

Eco Therapy Hatha Yoga in the Garden at St. Pete Eco-Village
Lisette will be teaching a restorative hatha yoga class. She has been an educator for 23 years with a Masters in Physical Education and has recently studied in northern India in the vicinity of his holiness, the Dalai Lama. Bring your own mat, a beach towel, and water bottle. 8-8:45am. Donations are $10. St. Pete Eco-Village, 302 15th Street North.

Farm and Garden Work Day at St. Pete Eco-Village (Every Wednesday and Sunday) 
Ever wanted to learn how to grow your own vegetables? Flowers? Herbs? Fruit trees? Moringa?
Enjoy getting your hands dirty, giving some love to mother earth, and spending time with good company? You’re welcome to join the St. Pete Eco Village every Wednesday and Sunday. Learn from the pros, Emmanuel Roux and Bill Billadeau, through experience, how to cultivate an organic garden. 9am-2pm. St. Pete Eco-Village, 302 15th Street North.

Community Spelling Bee
Would your kid like to S-P- E-L- L their hearts out at a chance to win some prizes? Come to the Summer Bee Series by Friends of the Johnson Library. Registration starts at 5:30pm and the bee begins at 6:15pm. Free to compete. Johnson Community Library, 1059 18th Avenue South.

Simmer and Sift Series: Kenny Tufo at Museum of Fine Arts
This week of the Summer Cooking Series welcomes guest Kenny Tufo from Sea Salt. Enjoy discussion, chef demonstrations and tasting. Event begins at 6pm. Tickets are $40 for members and $50 for non-members. Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Drive Northeast.

Twilight on the Town Summer Walking Tour
This tour takes you through the central downtown business district to take in different architecture. Learn about the history of St. Pete! Walk begins at 7pm. Event is free for SPP members and $10 for non-members. Meets at the Stuart Building, 233 Third Street North.

The Body Electric Presents Yoga on Tap at The Bikery 
Join Amanda Riker for some fun evening yoga. This occurs the last Wednesday of every month and is open to yogis of all levels. 7-8pm. Cost is $10 in advance, $5 for BE members, and $15 at the door. The Bikery, 2222 First Avenue South.

Karaoke Night at InVision Cafe
Join InVision for their weekly karoke night. 7pm-midnight. InVision Creative Cafe, 275 16th Street North.

Blues Night with Betty Fox Band at The Hideaway Cafe
Join the Betty Fox Band at The Hideaway Cafe for Blues Night. Doors open at 6pm for dinner, and music goes from 7:30-10:30pm. Hideaway Cafe, 1756 Central Avenue.


Thursday, June 29

ArtFlix at The Dali
The movie being screened as part of this film series is called “Chillida, Art Dreams”. Film begins at 6pm. Free to attend. The Dali Museum, 1 Dali Boulevard.

Punky’s Party on the Patio – Jennifer Real
“Keep it Real” on Punky’s Patio! Join Punky’s on the patio with Jennifer Real and Thirsty Thursday Drink Specials! It’s up to you to kick off the weekend right, the weather is here, enjoy it. 7-10pm. Punky’s Bar and Grill, 3063 Central Avenue.

Keith Haring: Radiant Child at Catherine A. Hickman Theater
A special performance of the one-man show, “Keith Haring: Radiant Child” Actor Chad Jacobs portrays famed gay artist Keith Haring. An added bonus will be Jacobs creating some of Haring’s iconic artwork live throughout the performance. With plenty of humor and with lots of heart, the play will inspire you to share your gifts wherever you can, whatever they may be. 7:30-9pm. Call 727.321.3854 for tickets. Catherine A. Hickman Theater, 5501 27th Avenue South.

Pitas on the Run at Flying Boat Brewing
Pitas on the Run joins Flying Boat Brewing this Thursday. They’re serving food from 6-9pm. Flying Boat Brewing, 1776 11th Avenue North.


Coming Soon . . . 


Fly St. Pete Summer Camp
Fly St. Pete Summer Camp is STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Aviation, Math) infused hands-on learning. Young aviators will explore the history of aviation, different types of aircrafts, field trips, guest speakers, and they’ll hop into a genuine aircraft to fly St. Pete! Click HERE for registration information. The camp runs from July 10-14.



Independence Day Celebration: Tampa Bay Rowdies vs FC Cincinnati
Join the Rowdies for a special Independence Day celebration. Before the match, para-commandos will drop in to Al Lang Stadium to deliver the flag. After the match, Kool and the Gang will perform live on the field! The Thursday night match kicks off at 8pm. Click HERE for tickets or call 727.222.2000. Al Lang Stadium, 230 1st Street Southeast.



Fourth of July SALE at Tampa Bay Furnishings
From June 30 through July 4 enjoy 20% off store wide plus additional savings on specially marked clearance items at Tampa Bay Furnishings. Sale prices are not to be combined with any other discounts, coupons, or offers. Tampa Bay Furnishings, 3034 9th Street North.



UNIFIED at Morean Arts Center for Clay
The United Nations Association of Tampa Bay is proud to present Florida’s premier live-art event focused on Gender Equality & Women’s Empowerment. This breakthrough event is an interactive, live-art extravaganza called UNIFIED featuring locally and internationally recognized artists and performers based in Tampa Bay. Join the UNATB for a night of great food, drinks, art and performances as we UNITE to promote Gender Equality in Tampa Bay and beyond. Part of the proceeds of the evening will go toward Community Action Stops Abuse (CASA). The fun begins at 6pm on July 27. Click here for tickets. Morean Arts Center for Clay, 420 22nd Street South.

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