Surrounded by sharks inside the 500,000-gallon Coral Reef Exhibit, author Ellen Prager will read a few passages from her book, The Shark Rider. A book signing follows. Included with admission.
Price: $23.95, $20.95 for seniors 60+, $18.95 for kids 3-12. Prices are generally about $2 cheaper if you buy them online at the aquarium's site.
University of Tampa Professor Bob Gonzalez presents the works of Shakespeare, Spenser, Pope, Keats and more, with original commentary, introductions, and transitions.
A Simple Theatre artistic director Gavin Hawk plays a lovable everyman in a comedic exploration of the the pursuit of happiness and American values.
Price: $15, $13 seniors/students/military.
The book club meets monthly to discuss group selections.
This month's book selection is "Invention of Wings" by Sue Monk Kidd.
Co-produced by Erica Sutherlin and Fanni Green, this monthly play reading series is designed to introduce little known plays and playwrights to a broader audience while provoking discussion, community and culture.
The series continues with Ceremonies In Dark Old Men, by Lonne Elder III.
Price: Pay what you can at the door.
Six programs throughout 2015 discuss aspects of St. Petersburg's boom-bust cycle.
Guest speakers include Dwight Dudley, Florida House of Representatives District 68; David Hastings, Professor of Marine Science & Chemistry, Eckerd College, Gary T. Mitchum, Professor and Associate Dean, USF College of Marine Science.
Palm Harbor Library Director Gene Coppola facilitates this bimonthly program held at the museum. Members read books about modern and contemporary art and enjoy light refreshments.
Price: Free with admission.
Join the former local TV news anchor and skydiver as he discuses his book, and his selection as one of the only 35 U.S. athletes on Miller Lite All Stars skydiving exhibition team.