Host Carol Mickett, philosopher and artist, leads this monthly series of talks with local heroes about their visions, accomplishments and contributions to shaping the identity of our town. Come early for hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at Cafe Gala.
Pinellas County Administrator Mark Woodard has worked in government and financial management for more than 26 years. He is married to Pam Iorio, former mayor of Tampa and current CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
Price: $5, free for members.
The hit musical comedy about two 19-year-old missionaries dispatched from Utah to Uganda from the creators of South Park returns by popular demand. Through Feb. 1.
A stage-struck New York playboy is sent to a small town to close down the local theater. But after falling for the owner's daughter, he decides to save it with a show to raise money. Through Feb. 22.
The artist reception for a selection of photographs celebrating Suzanne Camp Crosby's 20 years as fulltime art faculty on the HCC Ybor campus. Remains on display through Feb. 12.
With four studio albums, this Nashville artist last week performed in a music showcase at the Sundance Film Festival, playing his blend of pop and country. His music has also been featured on television shows, Men of a Certain Age, The Young and the Restless and Hollywood Heights.
Learn new techniques and recipes at classes for all levels of home cooks, and a variety of topics.
Warming soups for winter weather include tomato basil bisque, brandy beef chili. $40.
Included with museum admission.
This documentary explores the role of photography in shaping the identity and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present.
Price: $17, $15 seniors and military, $10 students with college ID, kids 6 and younger free. $5 after $5 p.m. Thurs. only.
In this comedy by local playwright Natalie Symons, the King family are struggling at Christmas to heal in the wake of a hate crime committed against 15-year-old Nick, and his senile grandfather threatens to take matters in his own hands. Through Feb. 8.
Poet, essayist, journalist and translator Christopher Merrill will read from works that highlight discoveries he has made on the pages, in his travels and in his work at the International Writing Program.
Join jazz vocalist Christiana Drapkin as she performs jazz standards, featuring songs of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen McRae and more. There will be a wine and cheese reception with silent auction.