This year's outdoor music festival includes continuous music throughout the day. There will be a variety of food and other vendors on hand. Bring chairs and blankets. No outside food or drinks. No pets. Musical highlights include the Black Swans at 2 p.m., Steve Arvey and the Delta Swamp Rats at …
Price: Admission $5 for adults and teens, $1 for ages 6-12; 5 and younger free.
Find new or used treasures while exploring the historic buildings and living history at Pinellas Pioneer Settlement; food and beverages available for sale.
Price: Free to shop, $5 to sell.
Henry B. Plant Museum holds its own version of Antiques Roadshow, where experts appraise antiques. If furniture is too big, bring a good photograph and a drawer or door from the piece. Limit four items per family.
Price: $5 per item appraised.
Presented by Regal Railways. Vendors will share various scales of trains, tracks and accessories. Also features a model train layout for kids of all ages.
Price: Admission $5; ages 12 and younger free (admission is $7 for early bird admission between 9 and 10 a.m.).
Puppets help bring this story time alive. Following will be a brief walk on the trails.
Price: Park entry is $3 per vehicle, but the fee will be waived to those who bring a family-friendly book donation, or by showing a library card/library book.
Every Sunday through May 31, theatrical, 30-minute, single-character vignettes bring turn-of-the-century hotel staff members and guests to life. The rotating list of characters includes Theodore Roosevelt (former Lieutenant of the Rough Riders), Arthur Schleman (1895 hunting and fishing guide), …
Price: $10, $7 seniors/students, $5 ages 4-12.
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.
This portion features Sophia T. Wisniewska, Ph. D., Regional Chancellor of USFSP.
Price: $5, free for members.
The celebration of Native American heritage and traditions includes a grand entry, native crafts, demonstrations, dancing, storytelling and native food. Blankets, chairs and pets welcome. This is a family event; no alcohol or weapons.
Price: $3; ages 11 and younger free.
Yellowjacket Press serves high proof poetry at the 7th annual event which will include 2-for-1 readings featuring Heather Sellers, winner of the 10th Annual Florida Poets Contest and runner-up Melissa Fair, plus other prize-winning and local poets.
Price: $5 suggested donation.