Your one-stop spot for holiday markets, tree lightings and Santa visits in Gulfport, South Beaches, Tierra Verde and St. Petersburg.
Things to do Gulfport
Make boozy, useless knowledge a Monday night tradition for trivia night at the Low Tide Kava Bar & The North End Taphouse. Grab your willing teammates for a full out local battle of wits that puts Jeopardy! to shame. Prizes, drinks and good eats will draw you in, the steep competition will keep you around. […]
Set the avocado toast aside, time to get crab cracking in celebration of Gulfport Brewery + Eatery’s first birthday. This is an old-fashioned crab boil with beer releases and live music, all afternoon long, bibs not required. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
Gulfport Kiwanis to stage the city’s first-ever Juneteenth Celebration, the Gulfport Arts Center and Creative Pinellas will bring SPACEcraft to Clymer Park, and city manager Jim O’Reilly’s trying to get the city’s annual Fourth of July celebration back on track.
ReadOut is celebrating “butches” of the literary world in this virtual discussion between authors Rand Hall, Merril Mushroom, Jean Zeeb and participants. Register for a meet and greet through the screen and a live discussion. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
Fishermen, sailors and cruisers alike, the Gulfport Marina will be alive with boating equipment and coastal gear for a Nautical Flea Market. It’s $10 to anchor down and sell, and free to shop. –AB Photo via Pxhere.
The Gulfport Food Forest is looking for green thumbs -or regular thumbs- to volunteer at the public food space in Clymer Park. Bring seeds, tools, or just yourself for a hands-on earth experience that will benefit the community in more ways than one. Don’t worry, community yoga begins at 5:30 p.m., and the potluck follows […]
Keep Pinellas Beautiful presents a community effort to clean up the scenic Childs Park. Sunscreen up and meet at the Childs Park pool for a hands on project with your neighbors. All participants will receive a free bite from a participating food truck. –AB
Join the Racquettes tennis group every Friday morning to get your tennis on. Bring your own rackets, fuzzy green balls, and jump in. For more information, call 727-398-8055. –AB Photo via Pxhere.
Explore Gulfport’s brightly colored beachside neighborhoods with the annual Pink Flamingo Home Tour. Take the trolley, your bike, or walk at your own pace as you read about the bungalows and mansions that are sprinkled along this classic coast. Post-COVID-19, things are slightly different this year, and this traditional tour has made the necessary changes […]
Head on over to Boca Ciega Bay to watch the lit boat parade. It’s a naturally socially distanced event, and you can spread out along the beach as you spread holiday cheer. This event also supports the Gulfport Police Department’s annual Operation Santa, because every boater who enters either donates two new presents (unwrapped) or […]
The Gabber Newspaper and the Gulfport Merchants Chamber of Commerce will jointly host the Gulfport Candidate Debates in the Catherine A. Hickman Theater. Social distancing and mask protocols enforced; families and people in the same “quarantine bubble” may sit together in the theater, but two seats will separate people not in the same bubble. Doors […]