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Benefit parties, Pass-a-Grille home tour on March calendar

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Infinity, the League to Aid Abused Children and Adults, hosts its sixth annual "Mardi Gras Madness" luncheon and fashion show at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave. $50. Reservations: (727) 544-4409.

Crippen at banquet

Tampa Bay Rays senior adviser Dick Crippen will be the honoree at the Fresh Start Beacon of Light Award Banquet on Thursday at Bascom's Chop House, 3665 Ulmerton Road, Clearwater. Proceeds support Fresh Start Ministries & Mentoring. $50. (727) 249-6876.

It's a beach party

Santa's Angels presents Rock and Roll Mania, with music, dancing, food and drink from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday at Friendship Park, 164th Avenue and Second Street, Redington Beach. Dress in tropical attire and bring beach chairs. $35. santasangels@tampabay.rr.com; (727) 656-9852.

Lunch and cards

The St. Petersburg Women's Chamber of Commerce hosts "Heels and Wheels," lunch, fashions and cards, at 11 a.m. March 21 at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave. Proceeds benefit the Downtown Waterfront Parks Foundation. $50. (727) 896-5097.

Pass-a-Grille tour

Homes and key buildings in Pass-a-Grille in St. Pete Beach will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. March 23 for the 16th annual Pass-a-Grille Woman's Club Home Tour. Tickets are available; they go quickly. No children under 12. Free parking and shuttles. $20 ($22 by mail). pagwc.com for ticket locations, maps; (727) 362-8041.

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