Bring a dish to share and come out to learn more about the Warehouse Arts Enclave at this potluck with live portrait sketching and a viewing of the drone video of the Enclave property. Cash bar available with proceeds benefiting the Warehouse Arts Enclave.
This annual event returns to the Grand Central District, this year it's one day and family friendly, featuring Oktoberfest themed games and contests, beer, food, live music, yodeling, a kids' area and arts and crafts vendors.
Shannon's Web man cave makes room for Bodhi Basics with a store within a store concept and celebrates the ribbon cutting with live music by Mountain Holler, Chant the Trees and Tristan Jarvis, food, beer, raffles and giveaways.
In conjunction with the October ArtWalk tour, St. Petersburg Opera Company celebrates the opening of a new exhibit featuring works by Mirella Cimato. The opening includes refreshments and a performance by St. Petersburg Opera singers. Remains on display through Dec. 31.
Just in time for the October ArtWalk tour, St. Petersburg Opera Company will host the opening of an exhibit featuring acrylic, watercolor, oil and pastel paintings by the local artist. The night will also feature a performance by the St. Petersburg Opera singers at 6:15 p.m.
Your wristband allows you to hop on board the trolley for stops at area businesses offering desserts and live music by area bands. Other participating venues include Burg Bar and Grill + Hideaway Cafe, Urban Brew and BBQ, Tropicool, Community Cafe and Casita Taqueria. Takes place in part of Loca …
Price: $5 wristband.
Maestro Mark Sforzini leads a program designed to enhance your understanding of symphonic music in general and will also serve as a preview to the upcoming Tampa Bay Symphony concerts. All programs include live performances by the upcoming concert's soloist.
In this portion, Clay Ellerbroek will play excerpts from Fantaisie Brillante sur des airs de Carmen by Bizet and Sforzini will give highlights from other pieces in the program.
Price: $12 advance, $15 at the door.
To honor those who have died from AIDS and to remind the public of the ongoing search for a cure, approximately 70 trees between 19th and 31st streets will be wrapped in red muslin to create a mile long red ribbon.