Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (10.12-14.18)

Upcoming Events

Friday, October 12

Secret Walls x St. Pete
Jannus Live will be hosting a free (with RSVP ticket) 90-minute mural competition highlighting 6 prominent local and national artists. RSVP here or $10 at the door. https://dontstop.splashthat.com/ 8pm.
Jannus Live 200 1st Ave N

Live Music: Acho Brother
Acho Brother, from multi-instrumentalist Hector Mayoral is a critically acclaimed and best of the bay multi-genre musical project. Steeped in roots of latin-folk Mayoral is a bay area favorite for his rhythmic vocal and guitar excursions. No cover. 9-11pm.
Independent Bar 1049 Central Ave

Reveal: St. Pete Streets
Reveal St. Pete Streets will be highlighting Street Art with a lecture on its history from Diana Bryson, an interactive panel with those specializing in the medium, and an exhibition of local artists whose work can be seen on the streets curated by Diana Bryson. 5pm
Station House St. Pete 260 1st Ave S

Benise: Fuego!
Benise unveils his spectacular new production ‘Fuego!’ on PBS with a national tour to follow. ‘Fuego!’ Is an unprecedented journey of music and dance that pushes the bar of traditional Spanish guitar and celebrates the fire, passion, and spirit of Spain. 8pm.
Mahaffey Theater 400 1st St S

Saturday, October 13

Saturday Morning Market
St Petersburg’s extraordinary ode to great food, creative expression and vibrant community returns. Come see what happens when you combine a Farmers Market, a Craft Fair, a Festival and the Town Square into an amazing weekly gathering. 10,000 people come out every week to see what 170 rotating vendors have created. 9am-2pm.
101 1st Street S.E.

Autumn Harvest Festival
Celebrate the tradition of gathering harvest and giving thanks. Join them at 11am for the grand opening of the new Agriculture Education Building. Then from 10am to noon, bring items to get appraised by the Kennedy Brothers. $5 for each item or 3 for $10. Verbal appraisals only, no written. There’s also a pie eating contest and live music. Admission is FREE. Tickets are available for purchase for activities, such as hayrides, games, crafts and pumpkins. Proceeds benefit the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement.
2900 31st St S

CrossFit9 Pop-Up Art Show
Browse, buy, and appreciate original artwork. There will be original photographs, ink drawings, and paintings by Greg Francis, Bri Galmiche, Adam Graham, Claire Selius, and more. This event is free and open to the public. And after checking out the pop-up gallery be sure to visit some of the other fantastic galleries in the Warehouse Arts District. 5-9pm.
CrossFit9 2727 6th Ave S

Numex 1 Year Anniversary
Numex celebrates its first year in business with $1 tacos and $1 drafts along with live music all day!
Numex Chile 2710 Central Ave

Spooktacular ART for “Artober” Second Saturday ArtWalk
Well over 200 artists representing painting, drawing, pottery, glass, sculpture, multimedia and more are featured in some 45 studios and galleries open for your discovery during ArtWalk from 5-9 p.m. You can choose to spend an entire evening just visiting your favorite type of arts. For more details, click here.

El Sũeno Americano – Exhibit by Tom Kiefer
Tom Kiefer’s photographic exhibit “El Sueno Americano” (The American Dream) is a remarkable photographic depiction of the choices undocumented migrants’ make when packing their most valuable items to journey across the border. Read more about it here. 5-9pm.
ArtsXchange St Pete 515 22nd Street South

Spooktacular Market (Sat & Sun)
All of your favorite vendors and some new faces will be at Artpool. The veranda will be teeming with handmade jewelry, artwork, clothing, paintings, culinary treats, and so much more. 11am-5pm
Artpool Gallery 2030 Central Ave

Mural Mayhem with Bloom Collective (Sat & Sun)
Join Overflow Brewing and Bloom Collective in an extraordinary mural event! Mural Mayhem will feature LIVE mural painting with some of Tampa Bay’s most talented muralists and will be painting on Mobile Mural Walls Which will be auctioned off to support the artists. Starts noon Saturday.
Overflow Brewing Company 770 1st Ave N

Sunday, October 14

Yoga on Tap at Green Bench
Morning yoga happens every second Sunday of the month at 11am. Join Shila Tirabassi LaGrua for a bendy flow and kick off another beautiful day in the Burg! $10 for class preregistered, $15 at the door.
Green Bench Brewing Co. 1133 Baum Ave N

Film Screening: Zora Neale Hurston – Jump at the Sun
“Jump at the Sun” tells the story of the African-American writer and anthropologist, Zora Neale Hurston, who wrote about racial struggles in the early 20th century Florida. Her home of Eatonville, FL became the setting for many of her stories, in addition to being the site of the annual Zora Festival. 3pm.
Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum 2240 9th Ave S

Betty Fox Band’s Good Sunday Revue
Autumn and cooler weather is approaching and that also means it is time for the return of the Betty Fox Band’s Good Sunday Revue series. It was developed to give money back to our local community in which the band donates 100% of their tips and cd sales to a local organization to help them help others and make it a better place for many. 5-8pm.
The Ale and the Witch 111 2nd Ave NE

Fan-tasy Sundays
Watch the games on 40 TVs, with 2 bars, brunch, bottomless mimosas + Bloodys, and drink specials throughout the day! It’s also SIN night, with 50% off for our hospitality fam from 5pm – close.
The Avenue Eat + Drink 330 1st Ave S

Get Blitz’d Sundays
Watch the games on 30 TVs, with 3 bars, retro arcade games, giant lawn games, music by DJ Fresh & Certified Fresh DJs, and drink specials throughout the day! It’s also SIN night, with 50% off food & drink for our hospitality fam from 5pm – close.
Park & Rec 100 4th Street S

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