Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (4.26-4.28.19)

Upcoming

13 Ugly Men presents “The Derby Party” (Up to 58% OFF Tickets)
Dress in your finest dress, fascinator, hat, bow tie, and linens! The 13 Ugly Men are at it again, this time benefiting CASA St. Petersburg’s mission to end domestic abuse. Celebrate the day with Mint Juleps, live bands, indoor DJ’s, craft beer, high end whiskey, and a one of a kind day in Tampa! We have a very limited number of tickets available for up to 58% off: Buy your discounted tickets here.
Saturday, May 4, 3pm to 2am
American Social Tampa

 



Catalina Cocktail Mixer (Up to 30% OFF Tickets)
Throw on your finest sport jacket or classiest cocktail dress & big hat for the first annual Catalina Cocktail Mixer. The event will feature sampling from over 30 craft cocktails, beers, spirits and wine. There will be tons of great food from local food trucks and vendors, fun games, and music. We have a limited number of General Admission tickets and a very limited number of Sampling tickets and VIP tickets for 30% off: Buy your discounted tickets here.
Saturday, May 11, 2pm to 8pm
Albert Whitted Park, 480 Bayshore Dr SE

 

Rosé by the Bay
Join I Love the Burg for Rosé by the Bay in partnership with Station House! Welcome the summer with friends while enjoying views of the downtown skyline from Station House’s outdoor rooftop deck. Sip a wide variety of rosé wine, enjoy hors d’oeuvres from Ichicoro Ane, and mingle with other like-minded winos. Tickets are limited, with room for only 250 of our closest friends and rosé fans. Tickets are on sale now!
Saturday, June 1
Station House St. Pete

 


Friday, April 26

Sunscreen Film Festival
This highly acclaimed film festival draws an array of actors, production crews and film buffs alike to our area each year. Independent films, workshops and special events take center stage at various venues throughout St. Petersburg. This year’s lineup includes 131 films, 30 world premiers, 4 Oscar nominated short films, Filmmakers attending from across the globe, and more!
Friday through Sunday
Various locations around St. Pete

38th annual Florida Antiquarian Book Fair
The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair is the oldest and largest fair of its kind in the Southeastern United States. The book fair features dealers specializing in books of every age and subject matter, antique maps, ephemera, and other paper collectibles. Part of the 5th Annual SunLit Festival.
Friday through Sunday
The Coliseum, 535 4th Ave N

 

Saturday, April 27

St. Anthony’s Triathlon
Known for its scenic course, this event draws elite athletes who gather and compete head-to-head through the waterfront streets of downtown St. Pete. As the first major race on the U.S. calendar, St. Anthony’s Triathlon has kicked off the triathlon season in North America for the past 36 years. The event culminates with a festive waterfront awards party featuring live music, great food, and cold beer. Before and during race day, stop to check out the Sports and Fitness Expo.
Saturday and Sunday
Vinoy Park, 701 Bayshore Dr NE

Tattoopalooza: A Cause 4 Paws
Ready for a block party in the heart of the The Grand Central District? Enjoy an unprecedented afternoon of food, drinks, live music, street vendors, and of course tattoos and hennas celebrating your love for animals! Seven talented tattoo artists will be there inking up guests all afternoon long! Not into tattoos? Get a temporary henna or just enjoy some craft beer from Right Around the Corner, delicious food from Vamos Colombian Inspired Food Truck, live music from Speak Easy, plus tons of shopping, all to benefit Friends of Strays.
Saturday and Sunday
Buku Tattoo Studio, 2232 Central Ave


Sunday, April 28

BYOBaby and Flow with Abby Goodwin
Calling all parentals: dedicate some time to yourself without having to call the babysitter. Enjoy a session for folks and babes, with a mix of baby-wearing, baby-chilling and yoga-flowing all in one. Class structure is loose, so you’re free to get up and move around as needed. No one expects class to be perfectly quiet, so squeaks and cries are the new norm! Bring your mat and diaper bag. Mamas/papas/guardians welcome. Appropriate for babies who can still be worn and/or are learning to crawl.
Begins 11am
The Body Electric Yoga Company, 3015 7th St N

12th Annual Painting in the Park
Bring your little artists downtown to create their own unique make-and-take paintings and crafts projects based on famous works of art in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts. Check out 13 fun art stations where kids will make a variety of art using a wide range of crafty items. There’s also creating a mosaic mural, painting the NOMAD Art Bus, and a dog-watering station for our four-legged friends. Adults are welcome to join in on the fun. Enjoy beverages, food trucks, and beer from Green Bench Brewery.
12pm to 4pm
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, 255 Beach Drive

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Written by Brien Neal

Brien Neal

Brien Neal is the Manager of Digital Strategy for RKC.me and a contributor for That’s So Tampa and I Love the Burg. He graduated from the University of South Florida in 2015 with a B.S. in Advertising.