Art exhibits, spicy food festival, and theater.: Here’s your weekly list of Pinellas things to do September 7-13.
Things To Do St. Petersburg
St. Pete’s Beach Town Yoga studio offers 45 donation-based classes weekly. Students donate as much as they can for classes.
As the sport goes viral all over the country, two pickleball courts reside in Gulfport. Gulfport pickleball players play safe and fair games.
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.
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‘Ragtime’ at American Stage in the Park is artfully staged and passionately sung. The musical won several Tony awards.
A neighborly disagreement erupts into all-out war in The Off-Central Players’ production of Karen Zacarias’s clever comedy “Native Gardens.”
Overall, St Petersburg City Theatre’s “The Addams Family” is an enjoyable evening at the theater for the whole family – at one of the best-run all-volunteer community theaters in the Tampa Bay area.
In South Pinellas, there are two Museum Days to know about: Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day and St. Petersburg’s Arts Alive! Free Museum Day. Both happen on Sat., Sept. 17, and both get Pinellas County residents into St. Petersburg museums for free with a reserved ticket.
Looking for things to do in South Pinellas? From live music to drag queen games, there’s something for everyone in this Gabber-approved lineup.