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Downtown Sunrise Sale, Cool Art Show, Burg Bash are set


Shoppers to rise early for pajama party downtown

The Downtown Business Association is hosting the 37th annual Sunrise Sale beginning at 6:43 a.m. Saturday at BayWalk, 151 Second Ave. N.

Participating stores invite you to roll out of bed and come in your pajamas. Shoppers wearing or bringing pajamas to donate to the Pajama Program receive extra discounts and special gifts.

Follow the trail of yellow flags and yellow and orange balloons to other participating locations.

The event benefits area children living in group homes and shelters. For more information, call (727) 821-6443.


Time for Cool Art Show at Coliseum

The 22nd Annual Cool Art Show is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the St. Petersburg Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N. This event is a juried fine art and fine craft show sponsored by the Professional Association of Visual Artists. Admission and parking are free. There will be concessions available for purchase. For more information, visit


Got roots here? Bar backs a reunion

The Burg Bash, a huge reunion of sorts for folks who grew up in the St. Petersburg area, will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Bishop Lounge at 260 First Ave. N.

Darlene Hedrick Pelligrino says that all who grew up in St. Petersburg or call it home are welcome. Event organizers expect more than 500 guests. Last year's event drew 400.

Music will be provided by DJ Hurricane. Cover is $5. Call (727) 564-3628.

Downtown Sunrise Sale, Cool Art Show, Burg Bash are set 07/13/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 3:07pm]
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