Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (10.19-21.18)

Upcoming Events

Friday, October 19

Hunger Free
St. Petersburg Free Clinic invites you to attend Hunger Free, its 39th annual hunger awareness event. Luncheon guests receive a simple meal and participate in an educational element that illustrates the challenges faced by our hungry neighbors. As an attendee, you will be helping to build awareness and raise funds to feed hungry neighbors throughout Pinellas County by supporting our food programs that feed 50,000 individuals per month. 11:45am-1pm.
St Petersburg Coliseum 535 4th Ave N

Indie Flea Plant Pop Up
A selection of vendors selling plants, plant based goods and medicinal herbs hosted by O’Berry’s Succulents. Participate in plant clipping exchange, 12-1pm by bringing 5 clippings. 11am-3pm.
Station House St. Pete 260 1st Ave S

St. Pete Opera: Mozart’s Don Giovanni
The sexy, irresistible Giovanni has over a thousand conquests in Spain alone. But when he kills the father of Donna Anna, events are set in motion to bring the handsome, arrogant youth to justice. Mozart’s popular opera is often referred to as a dramma giocoso blending serious and comic action – add supernatural elements and the riveting musical score and you have an evening of great entertainment! Friday, 7:30pm and Sunday, 2pm. Tickets here.
The Palladium at St. Petersburg College 253 5th Ave N

St. Pete Zombie / Street Food & Craft Beer Crawl
Join Gulf to Bay for food, fun, live music, zombies and dozens of gourmet food trucks to get into the spirit of Halloween. 6-11pm. Free admission.
Albert Whitted Park 480 Bayshore Dr. SE

Saturday, October 20

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.

Circus McGurkis 2018
A people’s fair celebrating peace, education, diversity, and community activism. Circus McGurkis is waking up different! Free entrance. 10am-4pm.
850 34th Street S

St. Petersburg Science Festival 2018
St. Petersburg Science Festival, is a community celebration of the wonders of hands-on science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). The event is held in conjunction with MarineQuest, the annual open house of the FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. 10am-4pm.
USF St. Petersburg 140 7th Ave S

Free Pops in the Park
Whether you come with a date or the whole family, the music is just right. Features film scores, Broadway hits and symphonic favorites. Bring plenty of canned goods for Tampa Bay Harvest. Pre-concert performances begin at 4pm. Free.
Vinoy Park

Hauntizaar III
Featuring only the finest of creepy creators, this original art and craft market focuses on Halloween and Day of the Dead themed goodies, all sure to thrill you. Get in the spirit and come in costume. The more the scarier as they say! Shop local at this unique one day event and support the spooky arts in St Pete! Free admission. 11am-5pm.
The Studio@620 620 1st Ave S

2018 Haunted Hike
St. Petersburg’s most paranormal neighborhood is back for the 15th Annual Haunted Hike. Take a 1 mile, 1 hour hike through our spooky neighborhood and hear ghost stories. Family friendly. Buy tickets the night of the Hike at 13th Ave and 13th street. 33705. $7 adults and $3 kids 12 and under. 6pm.
The Haunted Hike 1300 13th St N

The Soul of Habitat
The Soul of Habitat is a new event hosted by Habitat Pinellas that will bring together community leaders and business owners from South St. Petersburg in celebration of the history and culture of the community, as well as Habitat’s ongoing commitment to revitalization! 6-10pm.
Historic Manhattan Casino

Sunday, October 21

Finding Courage in Compassion: Working with Backbends
Keeping our chest open and spacious is as much a challenge on the mat as doing the same with our hearts in life. And why? Mostly it’s because we’re afraid. And that’s understandable given no one likes feeling vulnerable…no one wants to get hurt. 12pm-2:30pm. $35
The Body Electric Yoga Company 3015 7th St N

Bike History: Old Southeast and Driftwood
This relaxed guided bike tour will start downtown and continue south along the waterfront into the Old Southeast and Driftwood neighborhood, which is in the final steps of seeking to become a locally designated historic district. Hear about the people, buildings, and events that have shaped the Burg. 10am-12pm.
Independent Bar 1049 Central Ave.

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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