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Batter Up, St. Pete!

Team Canada returns to kick off the eighth season of St. Petersburg International Baseball at Walter Fuller Park this month. Canada plays games against minor league prospect players from the Tigers, Phillies, and Rays. All games start at 1:05 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are available at the box office one hour prior to game time. There's plenty of free parking. And join us on Saturday, March 24, when Mayor Kriseman throws out the first pitch! Get the full schedule at

Train for Healthy St. Pete Fit City 5K

Get set for the April 7 Fit City 5K and 1 Mile Walk with a free family training run on March 17. Meet at St. Pete Running Co. at 9 a.m. for a fun run to Azalea Park’s fitness zone, then take healthy to the next level by completing the series of fitness stations before a return run to SPRC. All ages & fitness levels welcome.  No registration required. More info

Vote St. Pete as Top Town for Craft Lovers

There may be no Electoral College, but every vote counts as St. Pete stumps to become one of America's Top 10 Towns for Craft Lovers. Votes may be cast once daily through April 15 at The annual American Craft Week poll features cities and towns from across the country vying for the title and an opportunity to showcase fine crafts and fine craft artists during American Craft Week, October 5-14, 2018.



Volunteers Needed For April Festivals

Mainsail, April 21-22 in waterfront Vinoy Park, needs at least 213 volunteers to staff water or merch booths, beverage trucks, and the hospitality/information tent. Interested? Fill out an application

St. Pete's annual Arbor Day celebration, the Green Thumb Festival, is looking for volunteers to fill shifts during the April 28-29 environmental festival in Walter Fuller Park. Shifts are in two-hour blocks and volunteers receive a free festival t-shirt. Sign up here.


40th Ave. Bridge Project Moves Forward

Engineering firm Cardno, Inc., has been selected as the design firm to oversee the replacement of the 40th Ave. bridge project. The firm will focus on the needs of motorists, boaters, and neighborhoods surrounding Smack’s Bayou through public engagement and outreach, design elements, and concept renderings with the first outreach efforts commencing in late spring or early summer. The bridge is an integral connector for residents in the Venetian Isles, Shore Acres, Northeast Park and Old Northeast neighborhoods. More info

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