The band under the direction of the new director John Hoover, presents Sounds of the Holiday. The concert includes typical Christmas music and an audience Sing-a-Long of carols.
Co-ed classes teach children ages 3 to 6 the fundamentals of baseball, soccer, football and basketball through games, drills and other activities. Classes held on Thursdays weekly through Dec. 12. Sports change monthly.
Grab your friends and explore a variety of places in the Tampa Bay Area. All excursions leave from the St. Petersburg Community Center.
Get your holiday shopping done at the International Mall Plaza.
Price: $12 St. Pete residents; $15 non- residents.
The monthly showcase features performing dance artist Mari. The live dance show is followed by a dance party featuring a full night of performances, including several holiday themed ones, with live music by Boris and Sax. Santa hats, Christmas and holiday attire are encouraged.
Price: $15, $10 members, $5 children.
Decorated boats meet at John's Pass and travel through the Intracoastal Waterway and canals to City Hall. Traffic over the Tom Stuart/Welch Causeway drawbridge will be delayed for up to 15 minutes while the parade cruises under the bridge between 8 and 8:30 p.m.
When the Lightning is out of town, hockey fans can head to the beach where games will be broadcast on a huge screen and ThunderBug and the Lightning Girls will be on hand with giveaways. Coolers aren't allowed, but blankets, umbrellas and beach chairs are welcome.
Price: Free, $10 parking.
The family friendly holiday celebration includes Santa, train rides, carolers, crafts, Christmas related hands-on activities and merchants open for holiday shopping. Hometown Christmas takes place on Corey Avenue from Gulf Boulevard to Boca Ciega Drive immediately following the 4 p.m. parade (mo …
Holiday cheer comes back to the beach with the return of the land parade. It starts on Gulf Boulevard at Blind Pass, heads north to Corey Avenue, then east to Boca Ciega.
This year's parade starts on the north side of the Tom Stuart Causeway and tours the shores of Redington Beach, North Redington Beach and Redington Shores. It passes through the Park Boulevard drawbridge and proceeds north along the Intracoastal Waterway through Indian Shores and ends at the Pub …