The multi-day event has become a vibrant spring tradition and presents some of the most imaginative floral designs in the area. The innovative flower designs, created by both talented professionals and "hobby' designers, respond to individual works in the collection and in the museum galleries a …
Price: Museum admission for the exhibit: $17, $15 seniors, $10 students.
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled Banner, the 97-foot 2001 interpretation of the 1812 "sharp-built" schooner arrives with cannons blasting to dock at the Harborage Marina for public tours and hands-on sailaways. The public is invited for t …
Ship tours scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a sailaway at 3 p.m.
Price: $10, 12 and younger free (tours);$65, $35 ages 4-12 (sailaways).
Babe Ruth day.
Be part of the live studio audience and watch their actors present the latest chapter in the ongoing series The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin Cabaret Detective by Matt Cowley and Paul Wilborn, as well as other live radio plays, on air complete with traditional sound effects.
Price: Pay what you can at the door.
The Straz Center's Jaeb Theater transforms into an intimate music space featuring a wide variety of genres, including folk, Americana, alternative and country.
Price: $28.50 per show.
Busch Gardens and SeaWorld celebrate Spring Break by offering special weekday discounts. Now through May 5, both parks are offering $50 ticket good for any single weekday admission at either park.
The weekly programs cover a variety topics to help unemployed professionals and recent college graduates prepare for the week ahead and to share conversation, contacts and job search information. RSVP required.
Creative kids can make mosaics, throw pottery or carve wood to make their own pieces of art. Or, if destroying things is more their bag, they can tear apart gadgets and household electronics to see what's inside them. Included with museum admission.
Palm Harbor Garden Club meets the second Monday of the month, Sept.-May, with Meet & Greet at 10:30 a.m., program on garden topics at 11 a.m.
Learn how to improve your garden with fertilizers, good soil and safe herbicides.
Daily from March 5 to May 18, this year's festival is brimming with new topiaries like Kermit and Miss Piggy, among the 75 total, now illuminated with twinkling lights at night, plus waterwise, vegetable and even an Everglades Garden; bonsai, orchid, hummingbird exhibits; kids landscaped playgro …
The PGA Tour comes to Tampa Bay to play the Copperhead Course. Defending champion Kevin Streelman returns. This event will be televised on Golf Channel and NBC Sports.
It's free for spectators to watch PGA pros play with amateurs before the big championship this weekend.
Price: $20 single day, $50 week pass (advance); $30 single day, $65 week pass (after Dec. 31); 15 and younger free with ticketed adult.
Downtown Disney's Raglan Road Irish Pub isn't just throwing a St. Patrick's Day Party. They're pulling out all the stops with a two-weekend long celebration including authentic Irish food, stilt walkers, living statues, tattoo artists, Irish storytellers, dancers, dance workshops, artists, face …
Price: Price varies by day.
Learn to teach English to non-native speakers through the accredited English Language Learning Program at the Largo Public Library. Includes an orientation March 3, 6 to 8 p.m. and three follow-up sessions. Materials will be provided.
Classes on a variety of culinary topics designed for the home cook. Call for other class topics.
Decorate cupcakes with new springtime designs, using fondant to make daisies to hand paint, plus piping techniques and more, for pretty, pint-sized treats to take home. $40, cupcakes provided.
Meeting of the Florida West Coast Begonia Society provides tips on growing the colorful flowering plants; with raffle and refreshments.
This month, learn about using fungicides and insecticides on begonias and other shade plants.