Make Your Garden Grow With Permaculture Design
learn how to make your garden more resilient, regenerative, healthy and abundant at the permaculture design workshop at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at 1379 Hibiscus St. Find out more here.
No School, Visit The Aquarium
Looking for something for your students to do since school is off Friday? Why not meet Winter and friends at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Check here to find out more about showtimes and other educational resources available at aquarium.
Sand, Sunset and Cinema
Enjoy the surf, sand and cinema at the Sunsets at Pier 60 Sunset Cinema. Each weekend different family friendly flicks are shown on a large screen on the grass near the entrance to Pier 60 Park. Catch a screening of The Pirates: Band of Misfits Friday and Men in Black 3 Saturday. For more check here.
First Steps of Ballet
Children will learn ballet terminology and movement, storylines of some of the biggest ballets and even perform some steps at the classical ballet workshop and presentation at 2 p.m. Friday at the Main Library, 110 N Osceola Ave. The workshop is for boys and girls ages 5-9 years old. Registration is required. Find out more here.
Beach Volleyball Anyone?
If you love sand-kicking, serious beach volleyball action, head on over to Vinoy Park for the APV St. Pete Open this weekend, Sept. 13-15. Tickets start at $15. Just visit St. Pete Patch for more details.
Live Theater Old, Old School Style
If you like the idea of getting a lesson in history while taking in a live theatrical performance, stop by the old Tampa Bay Hotel (also known as the University of Tampa’s Henry B. Plant Museum) this Sunday, Sept. 15, for live character performances. Check out South Tampa Patch for times and ticket information.
Rain Back in the Picture
As you plan out your weekend fun, be sure to bring an umbrella along. Rain chances are back up in the 30 to 40 percent rain with scattered thunderstorms possible Friday through Sunday. Expect highs in the low 90s throughout the weekend, too.