Tampa Bay Things to Do – Spring 2019
The weather's nice and the event calendars are chock full of fun things to do in Tampa whether you have a family or you're single, or you're young or young at heart.
Spring is always a time for festivals, and there are quite a few from which to select. You can check out our event calendars for additional ideas, but we have a few to highlight right here as they're coming up quickly. So, grab your calendar, and start making plans!
Tampa Bay International Dragon Boat Festival
The Junior League's annual event is coming up on April 27th, 2019. Plan to spend the entire day at Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park as there'll be plenty of entertainment and activities to keep the whole family entertained.
For more information, you can check out the Junior League of Tampa's website.
It's been five years since the inaugural Riverfest, and it's still going strong. The fifth annual event is back at the Tampa Riverwalk on May 3rd and 4th.
If you're an annual attendee, you probably already have this one set in stone in your google calendar. But, if not, you won't want to miss out, as there are so many things to do packed into just two days. You'll enjoy concerts, a Margarita Bar, TacoFest, and the Taste of the Riverwalk. Plus, who would want to miss out on the Wiener Dog Derby?!
VIP Tent tickets are available now for just $50. "Just" because that VIP access includes portable restrooms in the tent!
Creative Loafing in Tampa has already put together some other regular outdoor activities. There's the Royal Palm Market in St. Pete. Local vendors with handmade items are on hand each Thursday at 6 pm. Your best furry friend can accompany you, as dogs are welcome.
Be sure to review more of Creative Loafing's list for info on St. Anthony's Triathlon, Trail Fun Runs at the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, and yoga at Crescent Lake Park. There are plenty of chances to give your smartphone a rest and soak up some vitamin D.
More events and other things to do in the Tampa area are also on the Tampa City Guide Calendar, and they're updated daily.
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Free yoga at Crescent Lake Park
Healthy St. Pete, a self-declared “citywide community engagement and empowerment initiative that will help our community eat, play, shop and live healthier,” works in myriad ways to improve the physical, mental and emotional health of the residents of the 'Burg.
Get in the Zen zone amongst banyan trees and osprey soaring overhead: Crescent Lake Park is the perfect setting for Healthy St. Pete’s free monthly yoga session. Classes take place on the first Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. 727-892-5994, healthystpetefl.com.
Trail Fun Run at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
Taking a leisurely stroll around Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is so 2018. Instead, Healthy St. Pete invites you to try out the trails on one of their monthly fun runs. Grab a friend who loves checking out Boyd Hill’s birds of prey, hardwood hammocks and sand pines and lace up.
Pack a snack to enjoy afterward by the water or on one of the many picnic benches scattered around the preserve. Second Saturday of each month. healthystpetefl.com.