Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (05.18-20.18)

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UPCOMING EVENTS 

The B.E. Good Club: Curb Appeal Project at The Studio@620
If you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity, join the B.E. Good Club from 12-2pm on Saturday, May 26  in an effort to beautify the outdoor space surrounding the Studio@620. This creative visual and performing arts center is an award-winning studio that hosts local performers from music dance and other visual arts to theatre, spoken word and more. The opportunity is limited to 7 volunteers. Dress to get hot and dirty as you join your fellow Body Electric yogis in doing good! – Studio@620 – 620 First Ave. S

Friday, May 18 

Bolts Bike Rally Ride 

Coast Bike Share is teaming up with the Tampa Bay Lightning and Big Storm Brewing to host the FREE inaugural Bolts Rally Ride in St. Pete starting at 6:15pm. Rider check-in begins at 5:30pm at Ferg’s Sports Bar. The party starts with appearances from the Lightning Girls and beer specials for fans 21+ and Lightning fans are encouraged to wear Bolts gear and “Be The Thunder” as the group makes their way on a six mile bike ride through beautiful St. Petersburg to the after party at Park & Rec & The Avenue Eat + Drink. Visit for more information and don’t forget to RSVP. Ferg’s Sports Bar – 1320 Central Ave. 

Gay Men’s Chorus of Tampa Bay: “You Will Be Found” concert
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Tampa Bay will perform uplifting songs of hope and inspiration from the movie, “The Greatest Showman” and musical “Dear Evan Hansen.” Additionally, the group will feature a song cycle called, “Tyler’s Suite,” which is a collection of songs that celebrate the life of Tyler Clementi, an 18 year old who committed suicide after being a victim of cyberbullying. It is the hope that these collection of songs will inspire people to speak up against bullying of all forms and to celebrate one’s own life in the face of adversity. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students with valid ID and the show starts at 8pm. King of Peace MCC – 3150 5th Ave. N 

2nd Annual St. Pete Taco and Beer Festival
Head out to Albert Whitted Park anytime between 6-11pm for a food truck fiesta. Over 20 food and dessert trucks will be serving up special South American inspired dishes, plus their normal cuisine. This food truck rally is free and the first 300 guests will receive a free sombrero. Visit for a list of participating food trucks. Albert Whitted Park – 480 Bayshore Dr. SE

Metro Youth Nights at LGBT Welcome Center (Friday and Saturday)
Head out to the LGBT Welcome Center for a free social gathering every Friday and Saturday night from 6-9pm where LGBTQ+ youth between the ages of 13-18 can hangout and make new friends in a safe environment. S.A.F.E. Youth Night activities include watching movies, playing video games and of course, socializing. People of all gender expressions, identities, and sexual orientations are welcome. LGBT Welcome Center – 2227 Central Ave.

Saturday, May 19

FREE Yoga at Sundial

Head to the courtyard at Sundial St. Pete for a FREE Saturday morning yoga session led by The Body Electric Yoga Company. Check-in starts at 8:30am and the class will begin at 9am. Don’t forget to bring a towel, yoga mat and water bottle. Don’t worry, there will be a limited supply of free yoga mats to use during the class in case you don’t have one. please fill out the electronic form using the following registration link bit.ly/sundialyoga unless you have registered previously online for one of our past yoga sessions. Please check in to be accounted for prior to the start of the class. Sundial St. Pete – 153 2nd Ave. N

Body Electric to host Poolside Yoga at The Hollander
Join Body Electric Yoga 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

St. Pete Saturday Morning Market
This is the largest weekly fresh market in the Southeast U.S., serving around 10,000 customers a week with its 130 vendors offering everything from fresh produce to homemade soaps to ready to eat food from 15 different nationalities. The free to enter market runs from 9am-2pm every Saturday.  Al Lang Stadium – 102 1st St. S

Dissent Craft Brewing Company Grand Opening Party
There’s a new craft brewery in town. Head over to Dissent Craft Brewing Company for a grand opening party and welcome them to the St. Pete community. The party kicks off at 6pm with beer, food, swag, live music and more! Visit for more information. Dissent Craft Brewing Company – 5518 Haines Rd.

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds
The Rowdies are back home this weekend and will play against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. Kickoff is at 7:30 and tickets start at just $25. Al Lang Stadium – 230 1st St. SE

Sunday, May 20 

Yoga on Tap at Intermezzo Coffee and Cocktails
Head out to Intermezzo Coffee and Cocktails for Yoga on Tap, a recurring event every third Sunday of every month from 10-11am. Amanda Riker of Body Electric Yoga will be leading an hour-long moderately-paced class outside under the palm trees. The cost is $10 if RSVP in advance, $5 for BE members or $15 at the door. Intermezzo Coffee and Cocktails – 1111 Central Ave

SUP!? Paddle board Yoga
Paddle board yoga led by Body Electric Yoga 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.

Deep Splash House Music Party at The Hollander Hotel
Gather your 21+ friends and head over to the Hollander Hotel for a house music party at the pool. DJ Curtis Viscome, DJ Jason Kitchen and DJ Rob Bello will all be spinning beats at this epic pool party from 2-6pm.There is no cover but there will be plenty of food and drink specials. Call 727-873-7900 to reserve a cabana for your group. The Hollander Hotel – 421 4th Ave. N 

Acoustic Duo Nicholas and Hopper at 3 Daughters Brewing
Looking for some live music? Check out new acoustic duo Nichols and Hopper who will be playing at 3 Daughters Brewing between 2 and 6pm. Admission is free and open to 21+ at 3 Daughters Brewing – 222 22nd St. S

Grand Baking Class at Cassis
Love crème brûlée but don’t know how to make it? Register for the 4pm grand baking class at Cassis taught by Pastry Chef, Katherine Williams and you will learn proper torch technique and other tips and tricks to use when baking this dessert at home. All participants will receive desserts, a glass of wine and recipes to take home at the conclusion at the class. Space is limited and tickets cost $55. Cassis American Brasserie – 170 Beach Dr 

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