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Christmas dinner, musicals and events in St. Petersburg

ST. PETERSBURG

Free Christmas dinner served on Monday

The St. Petersburg Free Clinic is providing assistance for individuals and families in need this holiday season. Enjoy a free Christmas dinner from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Monday at Free Clinic Beacon House, 2151 Central Ave. For information call (727) 821-1200.

It's a very inclusive holiday musical

Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg, at 719 Arlington Ave. N, presents Marooned, a holiday musical, at 11 a.m. today. The musical embraces the holiday traditions of Christians, Jews, Muslims, pagans and humanists, and in a lighthearted manner tells the story of how people with varying beliefs can create a loving community. The one-hour program is free. Call (727) 898-3294 or (727) 327-7490.

Palladium to host music tonight

The 100-voice Island Singers will perform Michael W. Smith's cantata Agnus Dei at 7 tonight at the Palladium, 253 Fifth Ave. N. The 68-member wind ensemble Second Winds will also perform. The groups will team up for a finale. This event is free. For information, call (727) 867-6881 or (727) 866-7362.

The Pier has family activities all day

Take a family day in downtown St. Petersburg at the Pier's Christmas Holiday Stroll from 1 to 6 p.m. today at the Pier, 800 Second Ave. NE. Enjoy activities for the whole family, including the Big Tube Fish Restock by the Pier Aquarium, a performance by the band Bedazzled, time to visit with Santa, That's Dancing! tap performance and a $1,000 prize drawing. Call (727) 821-6443 or visit stpetepier.com.

Christmas dinner, musicals and events in St. Petersburg 12/18/10 [Last modified: Saturday, December 18, 2010 3:30am]
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