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Antique, collectible show today at Piccadilly Museum Warehouse in St. Petersburg

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Antique, collectible show today at Piccadilly

The Piccadilly Antique and Collectible Show will host more than 40 dealers who will buy, sell, trade and exhibit all types of antiques and collectibles. This show, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today, will feature specialty automobilia items, including signs, antique gas pumps and antique vehicles at the Piccadilly Museum Warehouse, 3150 71st St. N. Call (727) 345-6627.


Amputees invited to join walk/bike event on trail

A Step Ahead for Amputees, a free program providing emotional and physical support to amputees and those facing the loss of a limb, hosts a walk/bike event along the Pinellas Trail on Wednesday. Participants should meet by 1 p.m. at Bicycle Outfitters, 11198 70th Ave. in Seminole.

Three-wheeled bicycles designed especially for those with physical limitations will be provided free by Bicycle Outfitters to those wishing to ride. Free. Contact Jamie Weil, (727) 564-8456, or Saundra Trower, (727) 916-0150 to RSVP or receive information about A Step Ahead for Amputees.


Learn more about mentoring program

The Kiwanis Club of Seminole Breakfast will present an informative program at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday at the Seminole Family Restaurant, 6864 Seminole Blvd., about Adults Mentoring Children, a program available to families throughout Pinellas County with a goal of establishing a trusting relationship between generations. To reserve a spot, call (727) 319-8343.


Free forum on work of Community Foundation

The Academy of Senior Professionals at Eckerd College invites the public to a free forum presented by David Fischer, president of the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, entitled "What the Community Foundation Means to You" at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Lewis House on the Eckerd College campus, 4200 54th Ave. S. Call (727) 864-8834 or visit


Art Hop, Taste Fest benefits library group

Tickets are on sale for the annual Art Hop and Taste Fest for the Greater Largo Library Foundation, which will be from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday. Participants will "hop" to shops between 6 and 8 p.m. on shuttle buses from the library. Each stop will feature an artist and offer snacks and drinks. Participants will return to the library where they can listen to Lisa Casalino and the Pinellas Youth Symphony String Quartet and check out the Dalí on Tour Traveling Exhibition — a show of 31 reproductions — as well as a selection of rare books from the Dalí Museum's archives. Tickets are $30 in advance; $35 at the door. Purchase tickets at the library or by calling (727) 586-7398.


Volunteers offer to help parents raising children

Parent Aide volunteers are needed to provide friendship and emotional support for another parent as they face unique challenges raising children in today's society. This is an excellent opportunity to share life experience and skills to help parents understand age-appropriate behaviors, effective and consistent discipline techniques, stress reduction tips and more. Volunteers receive training, continual support from staff, and the added bonus of knowing they have made a true difference in the life of a family. For information, contact Karri Pedersen, program manager, at (727) 327-7656, ext. 6250.


Church to host Hannah Circle's Tea on April 3

Tickets are on sale for the Hannah Circle's Second Annual Tea. The program will include Lynn Hicks. It will begin held 4 p.m. on April 3 at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 1199 Highland Ave., Largo. The cost is $12. To purchase tickets, call Mary Vaughn, (727) 584-8165.


Monthly meeting for Democrats on March 21

The Largo Mid-Pinellas Democratic Club will hold its monthly meeting on March 21 at the Thirsty Marlin Grill, 351 W Bay Drive, Largo. Paul Starr, chairman of the Pinellas County Democratic Party's Campaign Planning Committee, will be the guest speaker. The business meeting begins at 7 p.m., however, guests are encouraged to come early to socialize. For information, call Rich Piper, (727) 588-0891.


Applications accepted for Trashy Fashion Show

Applications are being accepted for the Trashy Fashion Show, held at the Largo Cultural Center from 5 to 9 p.m. on April 22. In honor of Earth Day, amateur designers are invited to apply to showcase their "trashions" — fashions created from items that would otherwise be discarded. You must complete an application by March 21 and send a digital photo, description of the design and an environmental fact to accompany the design by April 5. Students, adults, individuals and groups will compete for prizes and the Best in Show title of the Trashiest Designer. Prizes will be awarded to the best designs in four age categories: Junior Designer (Grade-levels K-5), Teen/Tween Designer (Grades 6-8), High-End Designer (Grades 9-12) and Adult Designer (Ages 18+). For information, visit or call (727) 586-7424.


Apply today for youth flag football league

The city of Largo is starting a youth flag football league for ages 7 to 15 at Southwest Recreation Complex, 13120 Vonn Road. Practices will be Wednesdays, and games will be on Saturdays. The season runs from April 2 to May 7. There will be a mandatory evaluation on March 29. The cost is $50 for residents and $62.50 for nonresidents. Call Brandon McIntosh at (727) 518-3125.


Mothers of Preschoolers meet Monday morning

First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks' Mothers of Preschoolers will meet Monday. Guest speaker Martha Parish will discuss "A Mom's Stewardship of Her Child's Learning." Breakfast will be served. The program will be from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. in the Education Center, Room EC252, at the church at 12685 Ulmerton Road.

While the MOPS are meeting, the Moppets, the children of attendees, are invited to participate in a child care program. Advance registration for children is required. For information, e-mail or call (727) 595-3421.


St. Patrick Catholic School plans 3 fish fries

St. Patrick Catholic School, 1507 Trotter Road, will have three Lenten fish fries: 5 p.m. Friday, March 25 and April 8. The cost is $8 for adults and $4 for kids 13 and under in advance; $9 for adults at the door and $5 for kids. Call Rob Scully at (727) 399-0459.

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