1. Sunsets at Pier 60: This daily celebration on Clearwater Beach will have extended hours from the day after Christmas to New Year’s Day. From 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. you’ll find buskers, street performers and socially distanced artisan booths. Please wear a mask and stay 6 feet from other people. Free. Pier 60, 1 Causeway Blvd., Clearwater. 727-871-8060. 2. Noon Year’s Eve party: While the adults try to figure out how to have a hearty party for New Year’s Eve, there are some family-friendly options to consider. There’s going to be a more bedtime-friendly Noon Year’s Eve party at Armature Works in Tampa. Kids can celebrate with a countdown to noon, daytime fireworks over the river, live music, entertainment, inflatable slides, obstacle courses, a bubble and magic show, crafts and sweet treats. Admission benefits Feeding Tampa Bay. $22, $10 children. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday. Armature Works, 1910 N Ola Ave., Tampa. 813-250-3725. armatureworks.com . 3. Outback Bowl: The 35th anniversary of the bowl game in Tampa features a matchup between the No. 11 Indiana Hoosiers and Ole Miss. The usual parade and team events aren’t happening this year, but you can catch the game at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. $80-$170, children under 3 free. Raymond James Stadium, 4201 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa. Tickets are available only through Ticketmaster. For questions, call the bowl office at 813-874-2695. 4. Photoville Fence: For a third year, the “Photoville Fence” outdoor photo exhibit, featuring the work of photographers from around the country, will be on display in Sarasota’s Nathan Benderson Park. The project was started by Brooklyn-based United Photo Industries, in partnership with Photo District News, in 2011. The first fence exhibit was displayed in Brooklyn Bridge Park in 2012. The exhibit now shows in nine cities, including Sarasota. The installation is essentially one long outdoor photographic exhibit on vinyl mesh. A jury of about 50 photographic professionals selected 40 submissions for the installation, which is presented in public spaces. Free. See it during park hours (6 a.m.-6 p.m. daily). 5851 Nathan Benderson Circle, Sarasota. Learn more at fence.photoville.com . 5. Holiday Spectacular on the Riverwalk: If you are looking for a way to see lights and get in a nice walk at the same time, you can find several displays afloat in the Hillsborough River. There’s also a 35-foot lighted Christmas tree that floats in the harbor. Hotels, restaurants and bars along the Riverwalk are decorated, too, and add to the general display. Runs nightly through Jan. 2. Free.