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Things to Do Planner: Lowry Park Zoo at sunset, 'Back to the Future' at the Cap, Bark in the Ballpark

TWILIGHT ZOO: LOWRY PARK

Grab your sweetie and stroll past the rhinos as the sun goes down. Doesn't that sound romantic? This year, the zoo introduces a new Summer Sunset Celebration for family time or date night, starting this Friday and Saturday and running Fridays and Saturdays through Aug. 6. From 4-10 p.m., enjoy the wildlife, discover special experiences in scenic areas, groove to live music and encounter a range of roving entertainment. A beer and wine garden will feature enhanced dining options. The night ends with a light show. The event is included with membership or the ZooperPass that lets you pay for a day and come back all year. 1101 W Sligh Ave., Tampa. $29.95, $27.95 seniors, $22.95 ages 3-11, 2 and younger free. (813) 935-8552. lowryparkzoo.org.

THROWBACK: MOVIE NIGHT

Dust off your flux capacitor and head to Clearwater's Capitol Theatre for the Summer Double Feature Movie Series, which kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. with Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II. Tickets are $7 for both movies. 405 Cleveland St. (727) 791-7400. atthecap.com.

GET RUFF: BARK AT THE BALLPARK

Mr. Furball deserves a day out, doesn't he? Check out the Clearwater Threshers Bark in the Ballpark at Bright House Field Saturday to benefit the Humane Society of Pinellas. The game features dog-related vendors, water stations, splash pools and games on the concourse. Dogs get to run the bases after the game. Gates will open at 5 p.m., with a pet-owner look-alike at 6:15 p.m. There will be no fireworks — don't want to scare the pooches. Also, bring back packs and school supplies to benefit needy area children. $6-$10. Bright House Field, 601 N Old Coachman Road, Clearwater. (727) 467-4457.

Things to Do Planner: Lowry Park Zoo at sunset, 'Back to the Future' at the Cap, Bark in the Ballpark 07/06/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 6, 2016 10:59am]
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