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Play Tampa Bay: American Stage in the Park, Dragon Boat Races, Triathlon

In this week's Play Tampa Bay, Michelle and Katie geek out over this year's American Stage in the Park show, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. That's just one event on their list of top picks for things to do this week. Here are the details on those, and for even more things to do, head to tampabay.com/things-to-do.

 

American Stage in the Park: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee: Starts tonight and Thursday with pay-what-you-can preview performances, and runs through the end of May at Demens Landing in St. Petersburg. Tickets range from $13-$20 for blanket seating on the grass. Never been to an American Stage in the Park show? Check back here soon for a bonus Play Tampa Bay video with tips for enjoying the event.

Dragon Boat Races: Starting 8 a.m. Saturday in Garrison Channel, Tampa. Free to watch.

St. Anthony's Triathlon: Various races run Friday-Sunday in downtown St. Petersburg. Free for spectators.

Sugar Sand Festival: Runs through Sunday in Clearwater Beach. $7, $5 ages 13-18/military/seniors, 12 and younger free.

 

Going to any of these events? Don't forget to use the hashtag #PlayTampaBay on your Tweets and Instagrams to let us know what you're up to in Tampa Bay this weekend.

Play Tampa Bay: American Stage in the Park, Dragon Boat Races, Triathlon 04/24/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 3:49pm]
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