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Spend an evening with celebrated maestro Anton Coppola

spend an evening with celebrated maestro coppola

"Musings with Maestro, an Intimate Evening with Anton Coppola," will feature the noted composer and conductor and founding artistic director of Opera Tampa at 6 p.m. Friday in the Marly Room of the Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, 255 Beach Drive NE. Cathy Unruh of WEDU television will be the moderator. $60. (727) 896-2667, ext. 210.

Scholarship open to Pinellas daughters

The Suncoasters of St. Petersburg, producers of the Festival of States, are taking applications for the 56th annual Junior Sungoddess Scholarship. Applicants must be daughters of Pinellas County families, with plans to continue education after high school. They must be 16 by March 1. The deadline is Friday. Applications are available in the guidance offices at all Pinellas County high schools or by calling the Suncoasters at (727) 821-9888.

Nominate an iconic woman of influence

The St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for Iconic Women of St. Petersburg, an acknowledgement of Pinellas County women of influence. The honor once was known as the Women's Symposium/Women of Distinction Awards. Nominations should be submitted by Monday; forms are available at; email or call (727) 893-8698.

Children's hospital hosts fashion show

The annual All Children's Hospital Guild, St. Petersburg Branch luncheon and fashion show features So Chic clothing and begins at 11 a.m. Jan. 16 in the All Children's Hospital Education and Conference Center, 701 Fourth St. S, St. Petersburg. $35. (727) 520-0286.

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