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The Euclid School is about to start a new life and that calls for a celebration! Some of you may remember our 2014 event at the school, the building was vacant and had just been purchased by Michael Mincberg with Sight Real Estate and he had a vision for what the building could become! Now his vision is complete and the Euclid Schoolhouse apartments are about to open with old classrooms having become apartments.
You won't want to miss this celebration and evening of fun with tasty food for nibbling, cash bar and music. Join in and be among the first to see how history ha been put back to use at the Euclid Schoolhouse! Thanks to Michael Mincberg and Sight Real Estate for bringing Euclid School back to life and for helping to host this event.
The best small event on the waterfront! Each movie evening starts with live music at 6 pm followed by the movie on the big screen at dusk. The fun takes place in N. Straub Park, between 4th Ave. & 5th Ave. NE at Beach Dr. Movies in the Park are Free!
Come early to enjoy live music before the movie, bring a picnic or purchase food from one of the 'Burg's best food vendors who will be set up on-site. A limited number of folding chairs will be available, but better yet, bring a blanket or low seat!
Bicycling to movies is a fun way to arrive and now you can do so using a Coast Bike Share bicycle (a bike station is located across the street from Movies in the Park). For those on their own bike, free bicycle valet parking will be provided by Coast Bike Share.
Momma Mia (2008) PG-13 - With Meryl Streep & Pierce Brosnan. A wonderful musical with a lot of laughs! Evening's music: Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones
This tour is a great way for visitors to get an introduction to St. Pete and for residents to learn a few things new about the 'Burg's past. Learn about and see what makes downtown St. Pete special as you take a stroll though a portion of the city's central business district and the Downtown National Register Historic District. Participants will see grand historic hotels, stately churches, and architectural treasures like the Snell Arcade and the Open Air Post Office.
The bicycle offers a great way to see more of the 'Burg than one typically can take in with a walking tour. We are confident you will enjoy this bicycle tour that will be a fun, leisurely ride with numerous stops taking a closer look at some of the 'Burg's unique historic buildings and neighborhoods. The tour will start downtown with a focus on some of the preservation success stories where businesses today are reusing historic buildings and continue into some of our favorite historic neighborhoods.
SPP has partnered with Coast Bike Share to offer this tour. The tour price includes use of a Coast bicycle and a one month Coast membership, entitling you to daily use of one of their bicycles during the membership month! Or you can bring your own bicycle. Helmets required.
If you are not already a member or you are ready to renew your membership, you might want to consider our membership special pricing category which includes the tour & a membership.
Some Like it Hot (1959) - With Marilyn Monroe. Two Chicago musicians, Joe & Jerry, witness a gangster shooting & need to get away. To do so, they land a gig as women with an all-girl band heading to Florida - the laughs never end! Evening's music by: Jennifer Real
Join SPP for a leisurely stroll along the waterfront where you will learn about the civic visionaries who transformed a working waterfront into one of the country's largest waterfront park systems. The waterfront is where baseball’s spring training got its start, was the 1914 home to the world’s first airline, the St. Petersburg Tampa Airboat Co. and the waterfront includes the 'Burg's historic fountain of youth - those on the tour will be able to try the fountain and, no doubt, will feel younger by tour's end!
Reservations are recommended!
The bicycle offers a great way to see more of the 'Burg than one typically can take in with a walking tour. We are confident you will enjoy this bicycle tour that will be a fun, leisurely ride with numerous stops taking a closer look at some of the 'Burg's unique historic buildings and neighborhoods. The tour will start downtown with a focus on some of the preservation success stories where businesses today are reusing historic buildings and continue into some of our favorite historic neighborhoods. The tour route will partially repeat the route from the Oct. 8 tour and also include some new areas & stops.
This approximately one hour tour makes a great introduction for visitors or residents to the history of the city! Tour goers will get a chance to see some of the best of what makes downtown special, including architectural favorites like the 1926 Snell Arcade and 1916 Open Air Post Office. The tour, led by SPP president & architectural historian Emily Elwyn, is sure to leave with you with a new perspective on the history and growth of the ‘Burg. After the tour, you may want to pick out a local spot downtown for lunch!
Reservations are recommended.
Space Balls (1987) PG - With Mel Brooks & John Candy. One of the great comedy spoofs. After a kidnapping by the race of Spaceballs, all of the air of Druidia is demanded as ransom – can Lone Star save the day? Evening's music by: Holey Miss Moley
The largely residential areas around Mirror Lake and Lang's Bungalow Court still retain much of their residential feel and historic integrity. The area is a part of the Downtown National Register Historic District. The tour will be a leisurely stroll around Mirror Lake, including the shuffleboard courts and the Carnegie Library. The tour will also visit one of the 'Burg's hidden gems, Lang's Bungalow Court. Pictured above is a historic post card scene looking across Mirror Lake to the 1916 libary.
Looking for something different & fun to do on a Saturday afternoon - then Join SPP for a stroll in the "suburbs" of funky and artsy Gulfport! The tour will look at this small town on Boca Ceiga Bay and its collection of historic commercial and residential structures. The tour will be led by Cathy Salustri, a Gulfport local, author and the arts & entertainment editor for Creative Loafing. Cathy has some great stories and always gives a tour you are sure to enjoy! Come a bit early and take a peak inside at the Gulfport Historical Museum where the tour starts or stay a bit after the tour and tryout some of Gulfport's fun "watering holes!"
Reservations recommended as tour size is limited.
It's the final movie night for October Movies in the Park and we expect a crowd for the family favorite, E.T.! The movie won four Oscars and two Golden Globes. A great movie at the best small event on the waterfront!
Live music will start at 6 pm. Get ready for Halloween and come in costume for the Movies in the Park Halloween costume contest, winners chosen by the crowd! E.T. will start at dusk.
The fun takes place in N. Straub Park, between 4th Ave. & 5th Ave. NE at Beach Dr. Movies in the Park are Free!
Come early to get a good spot and to enjoy the live music before the movie by Ed Woltil & the Loaded Question. Bring a picnic or purchase food from one of the 'Burg's best food vendors who will be set up on-site. A limited number of folding chairs will be available, but better yet, bring a blanket or low seat!