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  1. Symphonic Chats with the Maestro Mark Sforzini

    Opera Central, Preis Hall

    Grand Central District : 2145 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg, 33712

    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. 

    Price: $12 advance, $15 at the door.

  2. Open Mic Night

    The Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery (formerly The Progress Energy Art Gallery)

    West Pasco : 6231 Grand Boulevard, New Port Richey, 34652

    Combined with an evening of open microphone poetry readings will be a performance of the play, Breakfast with the Bentleys, written by local playwright Ralph Annan and brought to life by members of the Old Time Radio group. A discussion will follow.

    Price: Free.

  3. 'Partnering With Your Doctor: A Guide for Persons with Memory Problems and Their Care Partners' workshop

    HPH Hospice Spring Hill

    Spring Hill / West Hernando : 12260 Cortez Blvd., Spring Hill, 34613

    Learn the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease, how a diagnose is made, and tips on working with your doctor to maximize care. The workshop is hosted by HPH Hospice, in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association.

    Price: Free; reservations requested.

  4. Natural Birth and Baby Expo

    Corbett Preparatory School

    Carrollwood : 12015 Orange Grove Dr, Tampa, 33618

    This year's expo will include a baby wearing pavilion where you can try on different types of carriers, raffles, giveaways, vendors, entertainment, a walk through home birth exhibit, three guest speaker presentations for expecting and established parents and an appearance by the locally famous & …

    Price: $5 suggested donation.

  5. Bay Area Professional Writers Guild Meeting

    Panera Bread (Largo, Starkey Road)

    Largo : 10801 Starkey Road, Largo, 33777

    LOCAL AUTHOR AND COMMENTATOR KEITH LONG WILL FOCUS ON THE RESEARCH AND WRITING FOR HIS BOOK ON THE CASEY ANTHONY TRIAL AT BAY AREA PROFESSIONAL - See more at: http://www.tampabaynewswire.com/2014/03/31/book-author-offers-insight-on-researching-and-writing-creative-nonfiction-at-professional-writ …

    Price: Free.

  6. Classic Books Discussion

    Spring Hill Branch/Harold G. Zopp Memorial Library

    Spring Hill / West Hernando : 9220 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, 34608

    The group will discuss The Prince, by Nicolo Machiavelli.

    Price:

  7. Socrates Cafe

    Spring Hill Branch/Harold G. Zopp Memorial Library

    Spring Hill / West Hernando : 9220 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, 34608

    The question for this meeting will be 'What justifies our decisions?' This is a group, with the help of a facilitator, who applies the Socratic method to a question that troubles them.

    Price: Free.

  8. Socrates Cafe

    West Hernando/S.T. Foggia Branch Library

    Spring Hill / West Hernando : 6335 Blackbird Ave., Spring Hill, 34613

    The question for this meeting will be 'What justifies our decisions?' This is a group, with the help of a facilitator, who applies the Socratic method to a question that troubles them.

    Price: Free.

  9. Coffee Talk: Berthe Morisot – A Woman Ahead of her Time

    Museum of Fine Arts

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 255 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg, 33701

    For people 55+. Refreshments at 10 a.m., with an interactive performance by Nan Colton at 10:30,  followed by a docent tour.

    Ms. Colton portrays the French Impressionist who produced more than 350 artworks in 20 years.

    Price: Included with museum admission.

  10. Aaron Siskind’s Harlem Document: Gallery Talk

    Museum of Fine Arts

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 255 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg, 33701

    Curatorial Assistant Sabrina Hughes, who has taught courses in the history of photography and curated several photography exhibitions at the museum, will discuss Siskind's exhibit that captures the streets, culture and people of Harlem in a series of photographs.

    Price: Free.

  11. The Way We Worked at the Boot Ranch

    East Lake Community Library

    East Lake : 4125 East Lake Road, East Lake, 34685

    Kimen Mitchell will reenact Lois Oxnam, a ranch manager for Al Boyd's world famous Boot Ranch in Palm Harbor from 1953 to 1978. Hear true stories about East Lake cattle and ranching work.

    Price: Free.

  12. Coffee Talk: Han-terbury Tales

    Museum of Fine Arts

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 255 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg, 33701

    For people 55+. Refreshments at 10 a.m., with an interactive performance by Nan Colton at 10:30,  followed by a docent tour.

    Ms. Colton shares a story of a merchant's wife and her experience along the spice route during the Han Dynasty.

    Price: Included with museum admission.

  13. Shifting Tides, Shifting Priorities: Environmental Trends in Pinellas County during the Twentieth Century

    Palm Harbor Library

    Palm Harbor : 2330 Nebraska Ave., Palm Harbor, 34683

    This environmental science program focuses on human impacts that have transformed the landscape from the clearing of land for citrus and agriculture, to draining of lakes for agricultural and mosquito control, dredging and the legacies of urban growth.

    Price: Free.