Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (10.26-28.18)

Upcoming Events

Friday, October 26

ASIF! w/ ImprovBoston
Laughs and spontaneous storytelling with American Stage Improv, plus popular improv teams from near and far, including American Stage’s As Per Usual, Sarasota’s Florida Studio Theatre Improv and HEADLINER ImprovBoston. 8pm.
The Palladium 253 5th Ave N

37th John’s Pass Seafood Festival (All Weekend)
A massive celebration of local food and great music. The location at John’s Pass Village doesn’t hurt either. The seafood and music festival, the second largest on the East coast, runs from October 25-28 with non-stop music, libations and, of course, delicious treats.
Click here for more info.
Johns Pass 12901 Gulf Blvd

Pre-Critical Mass Yoga
Stretch and center before you ride. Feel the nice breeze and practice downward dog with squirrels and birds as spectators. BYO-mat if possible, will have some available.
$10 recommended donation, but if you don’t have it come anyway.
Williams Park 330 2nd Avenue North

Queer Monster Bash
Monsters of all shapes, sizes, and gender identities are invited to enjoy a costume contest with gift card prizes, Halloween music, spooky themed games, candy, face painting, and more! 6-9pm.
LGBTQ Welcome Center 2227 Central Ave

Insane Asylum Block Party! (All Weekend)

It’s going to be an Insane Halloween weekend on #1stAveSouth!
Drink specials, music by DJ Fresh & Certified Fresh DJs, costume contests with over $3000 in prizes and more!
Park & Rec 100 4th Street S

Saturday, October 27

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. Take the downtown looper to the market and check out all that’s happening in downtown St. Pete. Click here to see the route.
101 1st Street S.E.

Plants and People – Florida Ethnobotany
Just like other artifacts that archaeologists find, plant remains can say a lot about past people’s diet, environment, and culture. Native Peoples in Florida have used various plants as medicine, food, and other important purposes for thousands of years. Learn about some of Florida’s most useful native plants, and how archaeologists study preserved plant remains to find out how people used them in the past. 10:30 – 11:30am.
Sunken Gardens 1825 4th St N

Fall Family Day – Free
Costumes encouraged! Make & Take art activities. Live art demonstrations. Face painting. Spooky cookie decorating. DIY photo booth. FREE and so much fun. 10am-2pm.
Morean Arts Center 719 Central Ave

Dance St. Pete
St. Pete’s vibrant dance community Shares the Stage on to showcase the best of the best in the region for a wonderful evening of dance. The evening features drift, a poignant duet with Helen Hansen French and Alex Witzigman-Jones; an evocative solo by Rogue Dance’s Artistic Director, Kellie Harmon; guest company Sarasota Contemporary Dance with Kristin O’Neal’s Sweet Suite; Tampa City Ballet’s “If I Cry”, Si Te lloro; and a world premiere by Alex Jones’ projectALCHEMY. 8pm.
The Palladium 253 5th Ave N

Historic Uptown Trick or Treat Trail
The spooktacular evening begins at 5pm at Round Lake Park where our little trick-or-treaters are invited to make their way around the lake, stopping along the way for candy, treats, and fun activities including mini pumpkin painting. 5pm.
Historic Round Lake Park

Saturday Scaryoke
Start warming up your pipes ghouls, ghost and goblins! Come in your Halloween attire and sing the night away. Costume contest for the scariest costume, funniest costume and best couple costume. $20 gift cards for the winners! 8pm.
Pour Taproom 225 2nd Ave N

Sunday, October 28

Yoga On Tap at Old SE Market
Join the Yogi Gnomes for yoga on the patio at Old Southeast Market. This gem of a neighborhood grab-and-go features fresh poke, craft beers, deli sandwiches, salads, and coffee. Class will be a fun and down-tempo flow. Space is limited, so be sure to register in advance and arrive early to put your mat down. $15 at the door / $10 in advance / $5 BE unlimited members + advance. 9am.
Old Southeast Market 1700 3rd St S

St. Pete Sunday Market
The market offers locals and tourists a unique shopping experience, showcasing a curated selection of local artists, crafters and other local businesses. Local vendors feature products including hand-crafted jewelry, upcycled home goods, bath and beauty products, artisanal food products, screen printed T-shirts, vintage treasures, home decor and more. 12pm-4pm.
Caddy’s on Central 217 Central Ave

2018 Open Streets St. Pete
Food, music and fun on the streets! Experience car-free roads connecting to the Pinellas Trail and protected bike lanes. Come bike, stroll, and roll! Welcome Area is at Albert Whitted Park. 11am-4pm.
Albert Whitted Park

Count Barkula’s Ball
$1 from each beer sold during the event will be donated to Maxx & Me Pet Rescue. Don’t worry there will be adoptable dogs on site. There will be a dog costume contest around 3pm with barktastic prizes for the top 3 pups. If you would like to dress up with your dog we more than welcome it, especially if you are entering the contest. There will be a spooky photo-op for your fur baby. Craft Canine will be selling their treats and donating proceeds to the rescue. 1-5pm.
St Petersburg Brewing Company 544 1st Ave N


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