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Diamond's Direct Grand Opening Weekend (Friday & Saturday)
Enjoy Complimentary light hors d'oeuvres provided by BellaBrava. Enjoy a cold draft from their Stella Artois keg or a celebratory glass of champagne or sangria. It's also your final chance to register for our $5k shopping spree! Winner to be announced Saturday, October 25 at 4pm, following the Saturday Morning Market. Diamonds Direct, 117 2nd Ave N at The Sundial St. Pete.
Founders Corner Fresh Market (Fri & Sat)
The open air fresh market supports the local community by featuring fresh produce, food and drink arts and crafts, jewelry, raw honey, organic smoothies, live music, entertainment, and more… It's sure to have something special for everyone. Free. 9am-3pm. Founders Corner, 431 Southwest Blvd. N.
2014 WPA Championship Race Stand Up Paddleboarding (All Weekend)
The World Paddle Association (WPA) in conjunction with the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Florida Sports Commission will hold Paddleboard races this Friday. This will be the first time the WPA championships are held on the East Coast. 10am-5pm. Sirata Beach Resort 5300 Gulf Blvd.
St. Pete Shuffle
Every Friday come out and enjoy a hip twist to an old game under the stars. On the First Friday of the month – enjoy live music from a local artist. Fun family activity. All equipment is provided and instruction is available. The "World's Largest Shuffleboard Club" promotes and sponsors year-round competitive and recreational outdoor shuffleboard play on 65 courts. 7-11pm. FREE. St. Pete Shuffle 559 Mirror Lake Dr. N.
Live Music and Food Trucks @ 3 Daughters Brewing (Fri & Sat)
Live Music and Food Trucks. 8-11pm every Friday. 3 Daughters Brewing 222 22nd St. S.
Romantic Latin Night @ Everything Dolce
Enjoy an evening of live Latin music by Julian Camaz. 7-11pm. Everything Dolce, 937 Central Ave
Into The Woods @ freeFall Theatre (All Weekend)
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning reimagining of Grimm’s fairy tales is a glorious exploration of what happens, for better or worse, when wishes come true. A childless baker and his wife set out on a quest to get the child they’ve always dreamt of, but their hopes collide with those of other fairy tale denizens who have gone into the woods seeking their hearts’ desires. Ultimately the price of a wish come true may be more than any of them bargained for in this modern classic of musical theatre, soon to be a major motion picture. Ann Morrison (Broadway‘s Merrily We Roll Along and freeFall’s Bernarda Alba) brings her inimitable power and compassion to the iconic role of the Witch. With Sondheim’s most accessible score and Lapine’s witty, heartfelt book, this masterpiece asks if there is any such thing as “happily ever after.” Play runs from Oct 11 until Nov 9. Fri and Sat performances at 8pm, Sunday matinees at 2pm and Thursday shows at 7pm. Friday, October 10, freefall hosts a special preview at 8pm. Tickets
. freeFall Theatre 6099 Central Ave.
Nureyev's Eyes @ American Stage Theatre (All Weekend)
An inside story about two iconic artists – an American painter and a Russian ballet dancer – and how they created a now famous set of paintings. During the 70's the American painter Jamie Wyeth (son of Andrew) did a series of studies and paintings of Rudolf Nureyev, the legendary ballet dancer who defected from Russia and revitalized western ballet. Written with the express permission and support of Jamie Wyeth, this brand new play by David Rush imagines what their electric encounters may have been like, what secrets were revealed about the world of painting and international dance, and how their relationship evolved…changing each of them. Contains adult language. Runs from October 17-26, with previews on October 15 & 16. Wednesday, October 15 is pay what you can night. October 17 is an invite only performance (not open to public). Limited 2 week run. 8pm. Tickets just $39. American Stage Theatre 163 3rd St N.
Central Ave Zombie Pub Crawl
Annual Halloween Pub Crawl through the Grand Central District. Costumes suggested but not required. Raffles at the 11:30pm after-party. Transportation is included for those too rotted to walk. Proceeds benefit Red Ribbon Riders in the SMART Ride 11, a charity bike ride raising money for HIV/AIDS health programs. Registration begins at 5:30pm. 6-11pm. $25 per person. $20 w/ SPC/USF ID card. Register at Green Bench Brewing, 1133 Baum Ave. After-party at Georgie's Alibi 3100 3rd Ave N.
HOWL-O-FEST (Fri & Sat)
Visit the festive trick or treat cabins with free goodies for all participants. Trick or treat bags provided. Activities include inflatable games, a climbing rock wall, arts & crafts, $1 hay rides, a $1 Kids Frozen Trail, and a $1 spooky trail to entertain children of all ages. Live dance show performances featuring Competitive Edge Dance Company. Carnival style concessions available for purchase. 6-10pm. Admission $5/person. Proceeds benefit City of St. Petersburg TASCO Teen Programs. Boyd Hill 2900 31st St S.
Food For Folks
St. Pete's LONGEST community dining table in celebration of National Food Day! National Food Day is a nationwide celebration and movement towards healthy, affordable, and sustainable food. This year the EDGE District is celebrating by kicking-off Creative Clay's Folkfest weekend with "Food for Folks" on Folkfest Friday! The newly designated Florida Main Street Program has partnered with the Green Bench Brewing Co., Creative Clay and SUAC (Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition) to bring the National Food Day celebration to St. Pete while adding the Folkfest "flair" and excitement with live folk music, art and food! Food for Folks is a free community event sponsored by the EDGE District Main Street through the Mayor's Mini Grant program. Residents, business owners and visitors are encouraged to come and join in the fun! First, reserve your seat online at www.EDGEDistrict.org. Next, come to Green Bench Brewing Co. between 6 and 9pm and take your seat at the table! Live music by Ella Jet and A Fragile Tomorrow. 6-9pm. $5 to reserve your spots and receive a hand painted placemat made by the creative clay students. Green Bench Brewing 1133 Baum Ave.
Garden Party Take II @ Sunken Gardens
Please join Sunken Gardens for a garden party at Sunken Gardens to enjoy drinks, wonderful food, lawn games, a silent auction, and entertainment. 7-11pm. To purchase tickets contact (727)821-8992 ext. 214. Great Explorations 1825 4th St N
Ghoulwill Bash @ St. Pete Coliseum
Join St. Pete Coliseum in an event benefiting Goodwill Suncoast. 7-10pm. Tickets can be found at goodwill-suncoast.org
. St. Pete Coliseum 535 4th Ave N.
2014 Preservation Awards
The awards recognize exemplary efforts in historic preservation in four categories: Residential and Commercial Restoration and Rehabilitation; Compatible Infill; Adaptive Reuse; and Residential and Commercial Stewardship. There will also be an award for Preservationist of the Year. SPP works to foster an appreciation of St. Petersburg’s historic environment by educating the public about local historic resources, landmarking deserving sites and structures, and recognizing the people and business that help achieve this goal. Also on dispaly will be an exhibit and sale of watercolor paintings of area landmarks by local artist Robert Holmes. 6pm. $10. Studio@620, 620 1st Ave S.
Dracula The Vampire Strikes Back (All Weekend)
Dracula is on the loose in London, hunting for the keys to Vlad the Impaler's treasure with Sapphi, the vampire slayer, in hot pursuit. Coco Van Helsing and Lucy Lastic are not far behind. When they all end up in Transylvania, raucous chaos ensues. St. Petersburg City Theater is putting the fun into fundraiser with a cheeky adaptation of an "Oh, so British!" Pantomime or Panto. Singing, dancing, outrageous comedy and audience participation…come see what the rowdy fun is all about. It's Halloween…costumes welcome! Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm. Adults $15, Students $10, children under 12 – one free with each adult ticket. St. Pete City Theatre 4025 31st St S.
Arrival: The Music Of ABBA @ The Mahaffey Theater
Hits like “Dancing Queen,” “Mamma Mia,” “Does Your Mother Know,” “Take A Chance,” “SOS,” “The Winner Takes It All,” “Super Trouper,” “Money Money Money,” “Waterloo,” “Honey Honey,” “Fernando,” “I Do I Do I Do,” “Chiquitita,” “Knowing Me Knowing You,” “Summer Night City,” “Thank You For The Music,” “Lay All Your Love On Me,” “Gimme Gimme Gimme” and many more are delivered with such accuracy that it’s hard to believe that it’s not the real ABBA on stage. 8pm. Tickets $30-$50. The Mahaffey Theater 400 1st St S.
MarchFourth Marching Band @ State Theatre
MarchFourth Marching Band takes over the State. doors open at 8pm. $20 advance, $24 at the door. State Theatre 687 Central Ave.
Pieces Of A Dream @ The Palladium Theatre
Former bassist Cedric Napoleon, drummer Curtis Harmon and keyboardist James Lloyd founded crossover jazz group Pieces of a Dream in Philadelphia as teenagers in 1976. Although they were jazz-oriented, the group also emphasized R&B and incorporated funk, quiet storm, hip-hop, new jack swing and smooth jazz into their recordings, which often featured vocalists (including Barbara Walker, Eva Cassidy, and Maysa Leak).8pm. Tickets between $30-$50. Palladium Theatre 253 5th Ave N.
The American Authors Honda Civic Tour @ Jannus Live
The chart-topping band The American Authors arrive in St. Pete Friday night. They'll be taking over Jannus at 8pm. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 day of. Jannus Live 200 1st Ave N.
SpookEasy Open Mic Night @ Community Cafe
Join Community Cafe for a bone-chilling night of tantalizing tales within the walls of the Nightmare on Central Avenue Art Show! Their very first horror-inspired Open Mic Night will summon the spirits and invoke the inner scaredy-cat in each of us. Enter, if you dare, with a 5-10 minute plan to scare the guests, using storytelling, poetry, spoken-word or prose, and enjoy $1 off beer and wine all night, plus $3 Blood Red Sangria. 8pm. FREE. Community Cafe 2444 Central Ave.
Sunrise Meetup w/ Instagramers St. Pete, The Saturday Morning Market & I Love The Burg
I Love the Burg St. Pete, Instagramers Saint Petersburg and Saturday Morning Market are teaming up for a sunrise meetup at North Shore Park (near the volleyball nets). We'll take photos of the gorgeous sunrise over the water and head to the Market right after (100 1st St SE). There will be a photo contest held that morning. Photos taken at the Saturday Morning Market that day will be eligible to win a $30 gift certificate courtesy of the Market. Photos should be tagged with: #instaburg; #igersstpete; #SPSatMkt. A winner will be announced Friday, October 31, and the gc can be picked up that Saturday at the Market's info booth. Rise early and take advantage of a full and beautiful Saturday with fellow photography fanatics. Invite your friends! Meet at 7am. This event is FREE to attend and FREE to participate in the photo contest. North Shore Park (by volleyball nets) 901 N Shore Dr NE.
Annual Gopher Weedon Trail Run
The Annual Gopher Weedon Trail Run sponsored by FOWI is an exciting 7 k race through coastal uplands at Weedon Island. Tired of pounding the pavement on the same ole’ 5K race course? Go-pher something different and enjoy natural trails through one of Tampa Bay’s hidden gems! The Gopher Weedon trail run will take runners and walkers along a journey through native Florida habitats, including gorgeous views of Tampa Bay. 8-8:45am registration. 9am race starts. You can also register online here
. Weedon Trail 1800 Weedon Dr NE.
Circus McGurkis The People's Fair
Circus McGurkis, The People's Fair, has been taking place since 1971. It is a project of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). It was started by a dedicated group of peace activists during the Vietnam War and was coordinated for many years by Christine O'Brien. Quakers carry on their programs as an expression of their belief in the dignity and worth of each person and in the power of love and nonviolence to bring about change. They celebrate all of you who, with your creativity and activism, make the community a more beautiful, loving and just place to live. With your cooperation and understanding, this year's slightly incredible Circus McGurkis will be better than ever! Circus McGurkis features arts, crafts, music, games and ideas with a special focus on activities for children and families of all ages and types. 9am-4pm. FREE to attend. Lake Vista Park 1401 62nd Ave S
Red Ribbon Family Funfest
Drug and alcohal prevention. A celebration to the commintment to a healthy, drug free lifestyle. Educational seminars, arts and crafts, inflatables and kid’s activities. 9am-3pm. FREE and open to the public. Vinoy Park 701 Bayshore Dr NE
Free Chemical & Electronics Collections Day
Free chemical, electronics collections in north and south county. Safely dispose of many household electronics and chemicals. Residents can drop off electronics such as camcorders, cellphones, computers, TVs, DVD players and microwave ovens. Chemical items accepted include automotive fluids, batteries, fuel, paint and fluorescent bulbs along with other mercury containing devices..Collections run from 9am-2pm. Participants must be in a vehicle. St. Pete Allstate Center, 3200 34th St S.
St. Pete Out Of The Darkness Walk
The Out of the Darkness Community Walks are the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's (AFSP) signature fundraising campaign, bringing together family, friends, colleagues, and supporters at 3-5 mile walks in hundreds of communities across the country. According to AFSP, close to 1 million people will make a suicide attempt requiring medical care and more than 38,000 will die by suicide in the U.S. annually. In fact, every 13 minutes someone completes suicide in America, and it is among the top ten causes of death in our country. When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Community Walks, you join the effort with thousands of people to raise funds and awareness for AFSP's vision to create a world without suicide. Congressman David Jolly and Mayor Rick Kriseman are scheduled to speak at the opening ceremony. 9am Walker Registration, 10:15am walk begins. Online registration
closes at noon (local time) Oct. 24. However, anyone who would like to participate can register in person at the walk during the check-in times listed above. Walk donations are accepted until December 31. South Straub Park 198 Bayshore Dr NE.
Folkfest St. Pete (Sat & Sun)
Creative Clay, Inc., will host Folkfest St. Pete, a free folk art, music and craft beer festival, in the heart of the Edge District in front of its headquarters, on the 1100 block of Central Avenue Oct. 25 and 26. Creative Clay receives all proceeds from the festival to assist the organization in serving hundreds of community members with a variety of obstacles to accessing the arts. Folkfest St. Pete attracts professional folk artists from all over the Southeastern United States, including returning artists Missionary Mary Proctor, Katherine Michael, Jellykoe, Mr. B and Mojo Morris. More than 50 artists will exhibit this year, offering art, home décor items, garden accessories and jewelry. Folkfest St. Pete musical guests have included an array of Tampa Bay’s local legends as well as nationally known performers. Folkfest St. Pete presents music of many genres including Americana, singer/songwriter, jazz and rock. For more information you can visit Folkfest's Website
or read our article
about what to expect. Saturday 10am-9pm, Sunday 10am-4pm. FREE and open to the public. FREE parking available in the Tropicana lot. EDGE District, 1100 Block of Central Ave.
22nd Annual Tampa Bay Times Festival Of Reading
This free festival is a celebration of literacy- featuring nationally renowned authors, book signings, panel discussions and a variety of entertainment. The USF St. Petersburg campus is located in downtown St. Petersburg, and attendees may utilize campus and downtown parking, giving easy access to all events throughout the day. Over 40 authors are confirmed to appear at the 2014 Festival. The featured authors include bestsellers such as: Carl Hiaasen, R.L.Stine, Aasif Mandvi, Debbie Macomber, Janet Burroway, and Suzanne Brockmann. In addition to the author appearances, there will be an extensive Book Market featuring local merchants and entertainment, plus food and drink concessions. Visit festivalofreading.com
for a full list of authors and for the complete reading schedule. 10am-4pm. FREE. USFSP Campus, 140 7th Ave S.
Bay Vista Artist Showcase
Bay Vista Rec Center will showcase their art projects on Oct. 25. Some artwork will be for sale. Class demonstrations will also be held during the event. 10am-3pm. FREE. Bay Vista Rec Center 7000 4th St S
Lawfest Workshop & Community Fair
Take advantage of one-on-one counseling with attorneys specializing in areas of law. Pinellas County, City Departments, Pinellas County Schools and Pinellas County Voter's Registration & much more. 10am-2pm. Free. SPC Midtown Campus 1048 22nd St S.
Skyway Marina District's Cruise-in & Car Show
Features antique, classic, hot rod, custom and exotic cars, vintage and custom motorcycles and trucks from yesteryear to today. The event will also be serving up hamburgers and hotdogs, cold beverages, music, and trophies for the car. 10am-1pm. FREE. Flamingo Resort, 4601 34th St S.
St Pete Public Walking Tours
Westward Ho to Historic Kenwood – starts/ends at Craftsman House Gallery, 2950 Central Ave. Tour starts at 10 am. The tour offers a chance for participants to enjoy the feel & character of Historic Kenwood, one of the country’s premier bungalow neighborhoods. The tour includes a stop inside one of the neighborhood’s restored bungalows. After the tour, guests can choose to enjoy a drink or lunch on the wonderful front deck at the Craftsman House, an “airplane” bungalow and the neighborhood’s original model home. Tours take approx. 2 hours. Tour begins at 10am. Free for SPP members, $5 for non-members. Craftsman House 2950 Central Ave.
Saturday Morning Market
It's that time of year again! The Saturday Morning Market returns to the Burg in full swing. For a complete list of what's new at the market read our feature on the new vendors and initiatives
. Visit the largest farmer's market in Florida for a variety of fresh and organic produce, gourmet baked goods, prepared foods, plants and flowers, arts and crafts or a variety of handcrafted items. The Market is held each Saturday from October 5 through May 30, 2015. FREE to attend. Al Lang Stadium parking lot on the corner of 1st Ave S and 1st St S.
Public Walking Mural Tour
Florida Craftsmen, Inc. along with the City Of St. Pete host PUBLIC walking mural tours of the Burg every Saturday. Tour begins at 10am and goes until 11:30am. Tours will be held every Saturday at 10am except for the second saturday of each month when tours will be held at 4pm. $19 for adults, $11 for children and FREE for kids ages 5 and under. Tour begins at Florida Craftsmen located at 501 Central Ave.
FREE Saturdays @ Everything Dolce
Free doggie treats and plenty of water bowls. If your involved with a dog oriented charity, we would gladly help to promote the cause. A perfect opportunity to allow proud parents and canines to socialize. 9am-11pm. Rock N Blues Jam from 1-4pm. Everything Dolce 937 Central Ave.
Free Dali Museum Events, One Dali Blvd.:
DillyDally With Dali
Children can discover the creative world of Dali through games, puzzles and arts + crafts activities which educate and encourage family interaction. Dillydally with Dali takes place under the direction of the museum’s Family Programs Coordinator in the 1st floor Education Classroom. 11:45am.
Dali & Beyond Film Series: The Witches
The Dalí + Beyond Film Series features unusual movies, art films, and films about art that share a common enthusiasm for fantasy, dreams, creativity and the imagination. From the great Muppet creator Jim Henson comes this classic bursting with enchantment and adventure. Academy Award winner Anjelica Huston stars as the Grand High Witch in this fable of a nine-year-old boy who must foil the plans of a society of witches to turn the world’s children into mice. It won’t be easy: they’ve already transformed him into one. 1999. Rated PG. 91 min.
Thrill St. Pete
It's time to Thrill the World! Community dancers of all abilities will attempt to help break the Guinness record for the largest group dance with sister cities across the globe! The all-ages celebration includes Zombie makeup experts and a costume contest! Thriller will be performed at South Straub Park on Saturday, Oct. 25th at 6pm for the global dance and again at 8pm just for Tampa Bay. To learn the dance and participate, visit www.dancestpete.com
or just come down and support your local zombies for Thrill the World! Thrill St. Pete benefits the Children's Board Heart Gallery of Tampa Bay supporting Tampa's local foster children. 4-9pm. FREE to attend. South Straub Park 198 Bayshore Dr NE.
4th Annual Pumpkinfest @ The Ale & The Witch
Autumn is approaching and yes the pumpkin beers have been out since August 1st… ridiculous yes in the 90+ heat of summer. The Witch's traditional Pumpkinfest is held in October nearer to Halloween as the season should be for these beers. They have stashed a few and ordered a few more to have on tap this day to celebrate and enjoy Fall. The taps begin flowing at 2pm when they open and live music is double bill where we will set up side by side stages for 4 hours of continuous live music. The Wholetones as well as The Applebutter Express will exchange sets and maybe even sit in with each other for some extra jams during the evenings shows. Bring in a carved Jack-O-Lantern and get a $10 witch gift card to use any day thereafter. The Jack-O-Lanterns will be lit and placed around the stages in the courtyard at dusk. Witches BBQ Den will feature some seasonal food specials all day long as well. A CASK Tapping of a Cigar City Brewing Good Gourd will be on our beer engine starting at 5pm. Event runs from 2pm-midnight. FREE to attend. The Ale & The Witch 111 2nd Ave NE.
Dream Momma: Book Signing
Fresh off her sold out book tour of Chicago & NYC, Velva returns home to give a short reading from her newly released book, "The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer". Afterwards, the globally recognized expert on dreams will answer questions. The heart of the evening is Velva's dream analysis for people who wish to share a dream or a dream fragment. 6pm. FREE to attend. Craftsman House, 2955 Central Ave.
Party For Marty via Florida Holocaust Museum
Celebration of Marty's remarkable five-year service to the Florida Holocaust Museum as Board Chair, and his leadership within the Tampa Bay Community. Enjoy live music, dinner, dancing and diversions! The evening benefits the FHM and the Martin H. Borell Scholarship to underwrite admission fee to the Museum for schools who might not otherwise be able to attend. 6-9pm. Full event & admission info online
. To be held at Mainsail Conference & Event Center 5108 Eisenhower Blvd.
Cinderella Confidential @ American Stage
The prince has the shoe. He's ready to wed. But who's the woman behind the foot? Two investigative reporters, Deb Jabber from Action News Day Now and Sonny Glamour from Glitter Kingdom Today, compete for the scoop of the century, interviewing everybody from a fairy godmother in desperate need of a day-planner to mice in the witness protection program. The two reporters must ask the right questions and follow the clues in order to solve the mystery of the century and break the story! Look for cameos from Pinocchio, Jack and his cow and other celebrities in this no-holds-barred expose of the timeless love story and what it means to find, and TELL, the truth. This event is open to the public and appropriate for all ages, so be sure to bring your family and friends! 11am. "Pay-what-You-Can" Suggested donation $10-$20 at the door), $15 for advanced ticket. American Stage 163 3rd St N.
St. Pete Comedy Film Fest
Join the Studio@620 for their 2nd Comedy Film Festival. Live stan up comics paired with original comedic short films will add a good bit of humor to your evening. Hosted by MC Ward Smith. 7pm. $25/$20. Studio@620, 620 1st Ave S.
The Devil Makes Three @ State Theatre
The internationally renowned folk/bluegrass band hits the stage this weekend with The Cave Singers. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $17.50 in advance, $20 at the door. State Theatre 687 Central Ave.
Live Music @ The Hangar
Live Music from 8-11pm. Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge 540 1st St SE
Florida Orchestra: Barber's Violin Concerto @ The Mahaffey
Ives' Central Park in the Dark offers listeners a contemplative sound collage reflecting a nighttime walk in this famed New York City park in the early 1900s. Barber’s Violin Concerto soars with a glorious blend of melancholic and heart-tugging beauty, and Elgar’s Symphony No. 1 fills the hall with sweeping grandeur and nobility, ending in a triumphant march. Michael Francis conducts. 8pm. Tickets $15-$45. The Mahaffey 400 1st St S.
Brides Against Breast Cancer Run & Renew
This one-of-a-kind running event offers a special treat to our married participants! After you cross the finish line, you will celebrate your achievement and your commitment to one another with an official vow renal ceremony! We have also incorporated a one mile fun / survivor walk. This event is great for families and the community. Check-in 8am, 5k Run begins at 9am, 1 Mile fun Run begins 10:30am, Awards, Ceremony & Post-race party 11am. Fees: 5k is $25, 1 Mile is $10, Vow Renewal is $20 per couple. Albert Whitted Park 480 Bayshore Dr SE.
St. Pete Yoga Festival
Vandana Dillon and Empty Hands Music bring you the third Annual St. Pete Yoga Festival at the lovely Sunken Gardens. This year don’t miss Shankh and Heather, dynamic Indian Kirtan Musical Artists from 12:45-1:45pm in the Oak Pavilion as well as Featured Performer Nimesh “Nimo” Patel and Leaders of the Tampa Bay Community with a special musical offering from 2-4pm in the Oak Pavilion. This marks the last stop of Nimo’s 2014 Empty Hands U.S. Tour. 9am-4pm. Admission details can be found online
. Sunken Gardens 1825 4th St N.
Totally Restorative @ The Body Electric Yoga Company
A deeply relaxing practice for everybody. We'll use bolsters, blankets, blocks, and straps to fully support you in each posture. Classes may feature guided meditation, breathing exercises, or anatomical focus. Restorative yoga breaks down chronic stress and physical tension. As in more dynamic yoga classes, we move the spine in all directions, promoting mobility and back health. We compress and stretch the organs, moving blood and lymph through the body. Practicing restorative yoga has helped many people fight fatigue and depression, recover from illness, injury, and trauma. When you are more relaxed, you are less vulnerable to the many stress-related illnesses that plague us. So come in and relax! Whether this is your main yoga practice, or a change-of-pace, you're going to feel refreshed, open, and calm when you leave the room. With enough practice, you might cultivate this calm into a healthier happier version of you. 6-7pm. The Body Electric Yoga Company 685 30th Ave N.
Contemporary Composers Chamber Concerts
Presented by New Music Conflagaration, a nonprofit dedicated to making quality performances of contemporary chamber & solo music accessible to the public. 3-5pm. FREE. St. Pete Main Library 3745 9th Ave N.
#NOSHAME Pop-Up Cinema – Edward Scissorhands
#NOSHAME Pop-Up Cinema presents 'Edward Scissorhands' on Sunday October 26th at The Amsterdam. Enjoy a curated "Backyard Cinema" experience, enjoy yummy libations, and support the anti-bullying efforts of the #NOSHAME campaign! 7:30pm. Event is FREE, $10 sugessted donation. The Amsterdam 1049 Central Ave.
Deuces Live Sunday Market
The market will feature live entertainment every week and a unique array of vendors offering home baked goods, fresh produce, fruit, flowers, plants, seafood and meats, arts and fine crafts, gifts, baskets, and more. Rain or shine, and all year long, the new Deuces Live Sunday Market will become a shopping and economic opportunity in Midtown for the entire community. Vendor booths are available. 1-5pm. Free to attend. Deuces Live 22nd St S & 9th Ave S.
Brand New @ Jannus Live (SOLD OUT)
The ever evolving, enigmatic band Brand New brings their brand of indie to the Burg. Doors open at 6pm. Jannus Live 200 1st Ave N.
New Wave No Synths @ The Palladium
A collection of great bands and musicians recreate the new wave of ‘80s music – without all those synthesizers. Each act will reinterpret songs by artists like Depeche Mode, the Psychedelic Furs, The Cure and a dozen more using no synthesizers: New Wave, no synths! Just can’t get enough? Join The Ditchflowers, Rebekah Pulley and the Reluctant Prophets, Skully, Jeremy Gloff, the Pretty Voices and Y Los Dos Pistoles for a great evening of music! 7-9pm. General admissio $10, reserved $20. Palladium Theatre 253 5th Ave N.
This Weekend at Muvico Sundial 19 + IMAX St. Pete: St. Vincent
" A young boy whose parents have just divorced finds an unlikely friend and mentor in the misanthropic, bawdy, hedonistic war veteran who lives next door." via Muvico
Score With The Rowdies!
Whether you're a new fan or a veteran mobster The Rowdies want to thank you for all of your support. This gift won't fit in a goodie bag. Head over to the Rowdies sweepstakes page and enter for your chance to win a Mercedes C250 Sports Sedan! Enter daily to increase your chances. Mercedes, the ride that helps you tailgate in style.
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