There is always something going on in St. Petersburg and the Beaches. From the downtown Farmer’s Market to Sanding Ovations in Treasure Island. From the sponge docks in Tarpon Springs to the beautiful beaches of Ft. Desoto Park. If you are bored in Pinellas County, you are just not trying.
St. Pete Pride Celebration
Hosting the largest LGBT Pride celebration and Florida’s ONLY night parade, St. Petersburg welcomes diversity in its citizens and its visitors. Events fill the last week of June of each year. For a current list of events, visit www.stpetepride.com.
Saturday Morning Market
The Saturday Morning Market is the Saturday Morning thing to do in Downtown St. Petersburg. From veggies to wooden recliners, the Saturday Morning Market has a little something for everyone from the subdued to the flamboyant! The Saturday Morning Market is located in the north parking lot of Al Lang Field October through June and during the summer at Williams Park.
Slide on over to Gulfport and take in the Tuesday morning Fresh Market for veggies, trinkets, crafts and much more. The market sets up on Beach Drive from 9:00-2:00pm June-September and 9:00-3:00pm October-May. Stop by one of the great restaurants in downtown Gulfport to really enjoy the day.
Nothing is more fun and relaxing than paddling down one of Florida’s natural rivers. Your adventure begins just outside the Weekie Wachee Park and continues down stream for a 3-4 hour adventure. See the birds, fish, and the occasional manatee playing in the river.
Bring cash, cause they don’t take that plastic stuff!
If you have never experienced smoked fish, you are in for a real treat! This family run business has been around since 1951 and has served over 5 generations of locals and tourists. The mullet is an acquired taste and takes a little getting used to, but the salmon, mahi-mahi and mackerel are my favorites! Ted Peters is located at 1350 Pasadena Ave. S, in St. Petersburg.
One Dali Boulevard
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
The museum is open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Dali Museum Hours:
Daily Hours: 10am-5:30pm
Thursdays open late! 10am-8pm
Take Hwy 19 N from South Pinellas to Tarpon Springs and follow the signs. Both downtown Tarpon Springs and the famous Sponge Docks are a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon window shopping and dining in some of the tastiest Greek restaurants in the area.
Bring your lawn chairs and refreshments.Check out the music at the Galatea Gardens Band Shell located at 7017-7033 Sunset Dr S, South Pasadena, FL 33707 (behind the Publix Shopping Center). From big band tunes to Broadway hits, there is something for everyone. Performances are from October through May. Click the link above to check for their current schedule of events on their website.
Interested in more information or to participate with the Band, call 727-398-9639