At the Sept. 5 Gulfport City Council met to discuss Gulfport’s operating budget. Citizens spoke up on what will happen with the money.
Gulfport Florida Arts Center
The Gabber brings you a preview of the Tampa Bay Area’s rich arts offerings this fall. Whether you’re in the mood to watch a play, see an art exhibit, read a book, or enjoy a tour or festival, there’s something for everyone.
“We’re hoping this is a way that we can continue to support the history, culture, and arts of the city with City support [by] keeping the buildings open,” Loper explained. “We have absolute support from a community that is amazing, but this amazing community all has other commitments and jobs.”
Gulfport author Stephen Burdick is embracing a second career as a writer of fast-paced, Florida-focused detective stories. The Gabber reviews his newest volume – “Yesterday Rising” – and gets his advice on how to start writing.
The Gulfport Arts Center kicks off Show Us Your Pet as its third show in the new arts center. From Feb. 18-Mar. 17, the gallery will be available to visit on First Fridays and Third Saturdays from 5 p.m.-8 p.m.
The Gulfport Historical Society operates two buildings: the Gulfport History Museum and the Gulfport Arts Center. The Society leases both buildings from the City of Gulfport.
Looking for things to do in Gulfport, St. Pete, and South Pinellas? From wizard-themed pub crawls to the opening exhibit at the Gulfport Arts Center, we’ve got your covered.
Several St. Pete Breweries celebrate Oktoberfest, the Funky Flamingo celebrates its second anniversary in Gulfport, Gulfport Toastmasters celebrates its 10th anniversary, DRV Gallery opens in Gulfport, a Senior Prom at the Senior Center, and more events in and around South Pinellas.
Gulfport Arts Center is getting ready to host its first art exhibition under Gulfport Historical Society leadership. The Gulfport-themed exhibition, ‘Show us your Gulfport’, opens Oct. 7, and is currently accepting submissions.
Meet Marissa Stewart-Dix, the first person of color on the Gulfport Historical Society board. She’s one of nine board members of the Gulfport Historical Society. GHS runs the Gulfport History Museum and the Gulfport Arts Center. Dix sits on the steering committee for the soon-to-reopen arts center.
The Gulfport Arts Center wanted dedicated art fans and artists to serve on a steering committee – and donations to finish some final touches inside the center.
Gulfport artists deck out three foot trees with mermaids, bourbon and rainbows before the final art auction [Dec. 3] on Stella’s stage.