Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (03.30-04.01.18)

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Sundial Spring Sip & Shop in Downtown St. Pete

Tis the season for spring cleaning! Head out to Sundial for our Spring Sip & Shop on April 5th from 5:30-8:30 p.m. and check out the season’s newest fashion trends while enjoying complimentary wine & hors d’oeuvres. You’ll also have a chance to win Sundial tenant gift cards! This event is free and open to the public 21+, but you MUST RSVP at the link: http://bit.ly/SundialSipShop Sundial St. Pete – 153 2nd Ave N

Dream Bridal Season at Sundial in Downtown St. Pete

It’s Dream Bridal Season NOW through April 5th. The shops and restaurants at Sundial can help you create a truly memorable wedding day experience. ? Sundial is also giving away one grand prize in an epic happy hour finale from 5:30 to 8:30pm on April 5th, complete with a DJ, drinks, & wedding vendors on their sparkling courtyard. Visit Sundial’s website for much more information including how to RSVP, and don’t forget to enter the Dream Bridal Giveaway at the following link: bit.ly/sundialbride Sundial St. Pete – 153 2nd Ave 

Reveal: House in Bloom at Station House 

Head out to downtown co-working space Station House April 6th anytime between 5-11pm for REVEAL: House in Bloom – a showcase event that highlights the building’s multi-functional space while spotlighting St. Pete’s unique artists and local businesses. Station House St. Pete will be transformed into an immersive art gallery for the evening. 80 local artists will be on display throughout the 4th & 5th floors and on the rooftop terrace overlooking downtown. Visit for more information about the event. A $10 donation is encouraged to help support the artists and their endeavors and RSVPs are suggested. Station House – 260 1st Ave. S 

Tampa Bay Blues Festival 

The Tampa Bay Blues Festival is coming back to St. Petersburg’s Vinoy Waterfront Park for its 23rd consecutive year! Join rock, soul, jazz and general music lovers April 6-8 for a rockin’ good time at one of the nation’s biggest and most popular blues festivals! Friday and Saturday events start at 12:30pm while Sunday events start at 1pm. Vinoy Park – 701 Bay Shore Dr. NE

St. Pete Tiny Home Festival 

If you’re interested in downsizing, check out the two-day St. Pete Tiny Home Festival from 10am – 6pm at the SPC Allstate Center to learn more about the benefits of tiny home living from those who actually live it! The festival will also feature DIY workshops and seminars with more than 20 experts who will host panel discussions regarding building and zoning requirements and how to adjust to the dramatic lifestyle change. Visitors will also have the chance to check out booths from artists, crafters, mobile boutiques, food trucks and small businesses specializing in tiny-home decor and other services. Tickets cost $15 per day or $25 for the entire weekend if purchased by March 30; $20 per day or $30 for the entire weekend if purchased by April 6 or at the door. SPC Allstate Center – 3200 34th St. S

Waterfront Parks Foundation Sunday Shuffle Fundraiser 

Keep St. Pete’s waterfront park beautiful by signing up for the Sunday Shuffle to benefit a volunteer group that advocates for and provides supplemental funding for upgraded maintenance and capital improvements solely for the Waterfront Parks system. Take the entire family out to the Historic St. Pete Shuffleboard Club on April 8th from 3-6pm and join the fun. Southside Bulldogs will perform live music and there will also be a cash bar and food trucks. Registration is $25 for adults, free for children under 12 and only $20 for shuffleboard club members. St. Pete Shuffleboard Club – 559 Mirror Lake Dr N 

Friday, March 30

Tampa Bay Rays Home Opener (All Weekend)
Although the Rays’ season opener began at 4pm Thursday against the Boston Red Sox the team will continue playing against them throughout the weekend until Sunday at various times with opportunities to get free fan gear, while supplies last. Visit for the full weekend schedule. Tropicana Field – 1 Tropicana Dr.

Fortunate Youth at Jannus Live
California reggae band Fortunate Youth will be joined with Ballyhoo! And TATANKA for a stop in St. Pete in their cross-country tour of sharing inspirational messages of peace, love and unity. Doors open at 8pm. This show is open to all ages with advance tickets starting at $15 or $20 if purchased at the door. Jannus Live – 200 1st Ave. N

Saturday, March 31

Body Electric to host Poolside Yoga at The Hollander
Join Body Electric for an off-site yoga class poolside at the landmark Hollander Hotel. This is a recurring event every Saturday morning where you can practice, swim and brunch starting at 8:30am. Salute the sun with a rotating cast of characters, and then cool off in the Hollander’s beautiful pool. All levels are welcome for this slow flow class and mats will be provided as needed. Stay for brunch or reserve a cabana and spend the day! Pre-register to save money, and to qualify for weekly raffle prizes. Cost is $5 for BE Monthly and Annual Members, $10 Pre-Registered or $15 at the door. Hollander HH20 Pool Bar – 421 4th Ave. N

Historic Roser Park Tour of Homes
Take a tour around the historic Roser Park neighborhood anytime between 10am-4pm with stops at seven homes and one garden with architectural styles ranging from Spanish Revival and Craftsman to Dutch Colonial. Every few hours, local historians will guide individuals on-foot throughout the award-winning outdoor museum filled with a series of plaques detailing the area’s history. Tour begins at the intersection of Roser Park Dr. & Park Dr. & Prospect Court S. with tickets for $15 if purchased in advance or $20 day of, with final tickets sold at 3pm. 

4th Annual Great Hunt Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs
Head out to Crescent Lake Park at 11:30am for an easter egg hunt that is guaranteed to be a dog-gon good time! There will be great prizes for owners and plenty of treats for dogs. This event is free and open to dogs of all sizes. Crescent Lake Park – 1320 5th St. N

Open-Air Market at Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails
Bring the family to Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails lot between 6-10pm for an open-air market filled with local vendors selling art, food, jewelry, clothing, mid-century furniture and more! A pre-block party with well-known DJs will begin at 5pm. Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails – 1111 Central Ave.

Sunday, April 1

Easter Brunch Buffet at FarmTable Cucina
FarmTable Cucina will host its Easter Brunch Buffet between 10am-3pm. The buffet costs $49 per person with the option to add on bottomless mimosas/rose and a bloody Mary bar, both for additional costs. Reservations recommended, call 727-523-6297 or visit FarmTable Cucina at Sundial – 179 2nd Ave. N

Easter Buffet at Sea Salt
Sea Salt will host its annual Easter Buffet from 11:30am-3pm. Stations will include salads & premium raw bar; starters; sea; land; farm and sweets. Cost is $53 per person and $22 for children 12 and under. Reservations recommended, call 727-873-7964. Sea Salt – 183 2nd Ave. N

Cassis American Brasserie Easter Celebration
Bring the entire family down to Beach Dr. for an Easter celebration at Cassis from 9am-4pm. With a set menu of carefully selected items, face painting and balloons for the kids as well as a variety of bakery sweets to choose from, this family-friendly brunch has something for everyone. Reservations recommended, call 727-827-2927. Cassis American Brasserie – 170 Beach Dr. NE

Sirata Beach Resort Easter Buffet
Held in the resort’s Majestic Ballroom, the Easter Buffet will feature seven different food stations including soup and salad, seafood, antipasti, pasta, meat carver, chicken or salmon entrees and dessert. The price for adults will be $47.95, $42.95 for seniors and $19.95 for children 12 and under and will take place from 11:30am – 4:30pm. Outside of the Easter buffet, the seaside resort will have a number of family-friendly activities lined up by the south pool including an Easter Bunny photoshoot, egg hunt and live musical performances. Reservations recommended, call 727-363-5137. Sirata Beach Resort – 5300 Gulf Blvd.

SUP!? Paddle board Yoga
Paddle board yoga is back and will reoccur every Sunday morning until September. Head out to Sunset Beach for a 45-minute led yoga practice on the SUP boards in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico with 30 minutes of free paddle time to play on the boards or practice.  SUP boards and anchors will be provided or you can bring your own. Previous SUP and/or yoga experience is recommended but definitely not required. Everybody falls so prepare to get wet! Cost is $15 if you bring your own board or $25 to rent a board and anchors. You must pre-register online by 8:30am to participate. If you have to cancel, you must do so by 8:30am either online or by emailing SUP@thebodyelectricyoga.com. Otherwise, no class credit or refund will be granted. If it is past 8:30am you will not be able to self-cancel online. Park at Treasure Island Pavilion. Launch will be at W. Gulf Blvd. and 77th Ave.

St. Pete Sunday Market – Easter Edition
Celebrate the Easter holiday at the St. Pete Sunday Market from noon-4pm at Caddy’s on Central. This free event promotes shopping local with a variety of handmade goods from artists and crafters with the added bonus of mimosas and free chair massages as well as musical entertainment from Deb Ruby. This is a recurring event every first Sunday of the month. Caddy’s On Central – 217 Central Ave.

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