Three days of Harry Potter related experiences including autograph sessions with film stars, question and answer periods, wand combat demonstrations, a sorting hat experience, photos in the Great Hall and an interactive Pottermore exhibit. Park hours subject to change.
Price: Single Day Admission: $96, $90 child.
The captain of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla and his band of marauding buccaneers celebrate their successful invasion with a Pirate Street Festival near Curtis Hixon Park. Includes pre and post parade music.
The family-friendly celebration features unique vendors, fun foods, family activities, contests and entertainment -- including a free concert.
Blast Friday returns with a "Winter of Love" event in the Cleveland Street District featuring live music by The Family Stone, a chalk art show, VW bus display, arts and crafts and hippie themed items for sale. The first 100 kids entering Winter's Dolphin Tale Adventure get a free plush toy. Capitol Theatre will hold Hippy Bingo games from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with chances to win tickets to upcoming shows.
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.
Rangers guide walks along the trails or beach areas for you to find plants and wildlife around the park.
Price: Free (walk); $8 per carload up to 8 people, $4 one person in car, $2 walking (park entry).
Spirit People Intertribal Family hosts a pow wow featuring drumming, dancers, entertainers, storytelling, grand entries, raffles and educational events. Food and camping available.
Price: $3, 11 and younger free.
The Tampa native was named "the top partier" in his sixth year at Florida State University, the "top party school," by Rolling Stone in 1997 (later the basis for the movie National Lampoon's Van Wilder). He's gone on to host Travel Channel's Trip Flip and previously …
Fashion show and high tea asks guests to dress in their best resort or cruise-style wear; benefits the Garden Club's scholarships and projects.. Donations may be made payable to the Garden Club of St. Petersburg. Reserve by Jan. 24.