Join Mayor Buckhorn as food trucks line up for this monthly lunchtime event in downtown Tampa.
There will be eight food trucks on hand this month, including a new one, Ninja Noms, as well as Rollin Zoinks, Kool Breeze Food Truck and the Cheesesteak Truck.
Price: Menu prices vary.
The Fall 2014 Honors Program symposia series explores the theme "Roots and Contexts of Ideas."
In this portion, Richard Mathews, UT professor of English and writing, presents "Art of the Book: Its Roots and Evolving Contexts."
This fall's session will focus on Broadway hits and have students creating dance moves to the music. For ages 7 and up. Runs on Wednesdays through October 22 followed by two additional sessions.
Price: $150 per 8 week session.
Guests ages 21 and older can take a leisurely stroll through the center for a wine tasting with music. Upgrade to VIP for a tasting passport, commemorative tumbler and access to select food and wine sampling stations. Benefits the Jason Ackerman Foundation.
Price: Free, $15 VIP.
Delightful Dunedin, with its unique collection of restaurants and bars, is also home to the minor league (A) affiliate of Toronto's Major League club.
The Blue Jays make a September call-up for this playoff game, adding a lemonade stand by T.J. Guerrero. The Dunedin 12-year-old has made headlines, first reported in the Times, because his neighborhood lemonade stand made one of his neighbors sour. Tonight, his stand moves to Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, with proceeds donated to the Children's Organ Transplant Association. Also, the first 250 fans with a paid ticket will receive a limited-edition playoff T-shirt and everyone in attendance will receive a free movie ticket to Cobb Theatres in Clearwater if the Jays win.
Pinellas Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society meets with ideas on using native plants in landscapes and other garden topics.
Get a preview of their upcoming Landscape Tour at this month's meeting.
Get tips for growing great orchids at Orchid Society of West Pasco meetings, with raffle table.
This month, orchid expert Louis del Favero's program is about orchid species that thrive in Tampa Bay, with plants for sale.
In 1944 Brooklyn, two Jewish boys grow up five blocks and a world apart until Reuven and Danny play a heated game of baseball between rival yeshivas … and one is badly hurt. Through Sept. 28.
Provides lessons on the basics of firearms safety. Successful completion of this class provides the required documentation to apply for a Florida concealed carry permit, if desired. Class size is limited; registration required.
A special monthly PowerPoint talk presented by one of the Dali Museum's curatorial/education team.
In this portion, Craig Petersburg investigates how our brain receives and interprets information gathered by our senses, especially vision.