Do This: The Weekend Top 10

December 20, 2014 - bbq set

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  • LET THERE BE LIGHTED BOATS: Parades in Indian Rocks Beach and other waterways Saturday night.


Goin Back to Cali Art Show Mixer: 
Help account a creators and expel of Mwamba Yeshitela’s Beatnik The Movie. Enjoy art, poetry, music, Champagne and refreshments. Friday, 8-11 p.m. $10. Studio 620, St. Pete. facebook.com/Beatnikthemovie.

Seminole Heights Art Happy Hour: In Tampa, artist/curator Vincent Kral invites we to be happy about art on Friday during his Hatchway Gallery during Florida Ave Florida Avenue Brewing Co. Kral will give a speak about a overwhelming muster Falling Over a Edge by Janett Pulido Zizumbo and Beth Plakidas, a uncover that outlines 11 months of Hatchway’s programming. Click here for info.

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  • Duncan McClellan Glass
  • Shown are booze eyeglasses done by McClellan for a Stuart Society booze auction during a Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg in 2011.

Etchin’ Fun: Duncan McClellan Glass teaches us about artwork on Saturday during a Warehouse Arts District gallery and studio located during 2342 Emerson Ave. S., St. Petersburg. The eventuality includes a debate of McClellan’s prohibited emporium and garden of pleasant fruits. Participants can select or emanate a design, that assistants will assistance we request to a booze potion or plate. Don’t tatter — a professionals do a tangible work while attendees consort and suffer some wine. Some of a deduction go to McClellan’s propagandize projects, that yield art practice in schools and his studio. Saturday artwork sessions are during 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m.; $35 per chairman and reservations are required.Your potion competence not be utterly this terrific, though it’ll be close. dmglass.com or 813-760-6600.

A Gothic Wonderland during The Castle: Everyone’s favorite Goth bar in a medieval-style fortress, aka The Castle, celebrates 20 large years in 2015 and starts a jubilee with a black-and-white party
9 p.m.-3 a.m. during 2004 N. 16th St., Tampa. Features  DJs Tom Gold, Mark Paradise, Sean  and special guest DJ Danny Bled (Miami). Invite Only Pre-party during 9:30 p.m.; general acknowledgment during 10:30 p.m. $10. 21 and comparison $12; $18-$20. castleybor.com.

Nautical and Nice: Take partial in a entirely Floridian holiday tradition by observation one of a handful of aflame vessel parades during internal waterways this weekend. The Indian Rocks Beach Lighted Boat Parade has flashy vessels competing for money prizes starts during a Holiday Inn Harbourside and heads north underneath a Walsingham Bridge. Meet adult during an after celebration and endowment rite during Jimmy Guana’s, 401 Second St., during 7 p.m.. The Treasure Island Lighted Boat Parade departs 6:30 from a Club during TI and finishes during John’s Pass. Attend a pre-parade poolside celebration during a Club during TI during 4:30 p.m. The celebration includes a revisit from Santa, a live band, prohibited dogs, chili, cake and cider (cash bar available). A new unwrapped fondle or money concession is requested for opening to a celebration during 400 Treasure Island Causeway, TI. Other internal nautical processions embody Lake Tarpon and Davis Islands. Read a CL Holiday Events Guide during cltampa.com/arts for some-more holiday fun this weekend. 

Blue Muse Winter Solstice Celebration: Stop into Gulfport’s City of Imagination for a singular unison of Spanish 13th century cover song meets on-going jazz, and new art on a walls. Sunday, 7 p.m. $10. 2726 54th St. S. cityofimagination.info.

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    Seasonal Sparkle
    Metropolitan Opera star Elizabeth Futral (pictured) and baritone Galen Scott Bower title a St. Petersburg Opera holiday fantastic with a special guest act Operatini. Performances of arias, pieces and songs will be sung in several languages with English surtitles and embody Mahler, Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Vaughan Williams, “Ding Dong, Merrily on High” and other holiday music, and selections from La Boheme. Sun., Dec. 21, 2 p.m.; Mon., Dec. 22, 7:30 p.m. Attend a Opening Day After Party, Sun., Dec. 21, during a Hollander Hotel, during around 5 p.m. Palladium Theater, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. 727-823-2040. stpeteopera.org

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      St Pete Shuffle Hustle: Not only a heart of selected Florida recreation, a St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club will offer a far-reaching array of heterogeneous fun this weekend. On Saturday, a all-ages St. Pete Maker Fest invites we builders out there to come adult with a bot or device that can launch or pull a biscuit down a length of a shuffleboard court. On Sunday, revisit a courts for for the Local Buds Holiday Gift-Making Market, where brews, brunch and live song offer a fun remit from a holiday hubbub, Gift-making workshops will be led by Bodhi Basics and O’Berry’s Succulents (register in advance), and if you’re feeling reduction hands-on, extract of vendors like The Urban Canning Company, Strands Of Sunshine, Pinellas Chocolate Company and several more. Urban Comfort Restaurant + Brewery, a sister grill of Urban Brew + BBQ, will offer some juicy muck and preview samples of their initial batches of beer. The St. Pete Maker Fest is 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Dec. 20 ($5 admission), and Local Buds is noon-5 p.m. on Dec. 21 (free). 559 Mirror Lake Drive N., St. Petersburg. stpeteshuffle.com.

      The Phantom of a Opera has been sneaking about in playhouses given 1988. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Gothic philharmonic earnings to a Straz this weekend — that we might already know, interjection to a slew of promotions everywhere — and a Tony leader will suffer a longer run than many Broadway furloughed productions, here until Jan. 4. It will be staged on New Year’s Eve with a special cover-up soirée during a run. The stream reconstruction promises to be “edgier” than progressing incarnations and stars Chris Mann, a tip aspirant on The Voice in 2012. Other changes will be in store to supplement a new spin on this “Music of a Night” — a new set pattern by Paul Brown and revamped choreography by Scott Amble, as good as new entertainment by executive Laurence Connor. Shows only about each day by a holidays; times and sheet prices vary. Straz’s Morsani Hall, 1010 N. MacInnes Place, Tampa. strazcenter.org

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        The Family Blessing: This is no bleak Christmas production, though your nanny and papaw might only adore it anyway. The dance museum prolongation and melodramatic fave before famous as The Chocolate Nutcracker and Nutcracker Twist, earnings with some combined zazz and another new name. Produced by Artz 4 Life Academy and Brighthouse Networks, a opening follows a story of a child who realizes his wish for a amatory family and showcases a talents of internal village girl alongside veteran choreographers and dancers. Expect to suffer a energetic accumulation of opening styles and traditions, including ballet, African, Brazilian, Bollywood, Cuban and Mexican flourishes, and even hip-hop. The uncover has been touted as “an outlandish tapestry of light, tone and music.” If anything, see it for a kids. Sat., Dec. 20, 7:30 p.m.; Sun., Dec. 21, 2 p.m. Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg. $17, $27, $37. themahaffey.com.

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