What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s a-happening… from Jesus Christ Superstar is the song of choice as we tell you about just a few of the things happening in and around Tampa Bay.
Sanding Ovations Master Sand Sculpting Competition and Music Festival from November 17th to 20th will be held at the Bilmar Beach Resort on Treasure Island. There are lots of great bands performing to entertain spectators while the master sand sculptors spend hours to create works of art. Visit: MyTreasureIsland.org
Right around the corner, plan on attending the coolest outdoor party in The Bay, Chillounge Night at Straub Park on November 19th. 5 trucks of beautiful furniture will help to transform Rainer Scheer’s vision into a magnificent lounge. This year’s event supports Creative Clay and The Woodson Museum. In its’ fourth year, this event promises to be bigger and better with Phoebe Vecchioni’s Samba Team performing an authentic Brazilian style samba and Mustang providing two very special pool tables for the VIP area. Visit: ChilloungeNight.com
Elmo’s Super Heroes zooms into Tampa on November 29th and 30th. Join Elmo, Zoe, Abby Cadabby, Telly Monster and Zoe’s pet rock Rocco for Sesame Street Live’s fantastic musical production at the St. Pete Times Forum. Visit: SesameStreetLive.com
Lowry Park Zoo is where the Red Ribbon Run takes place on December 1st which is World AIDS Day. You can have a team or just run as an individual. Walk, run or “virtually run” to help others in need. Visit: TampaBayRedRibbonRun.org
Enjoy another of The Florida Orchestra’s Masterworks Series with Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21. Award-winning Austrian pianist Cornelia Herrmann performs Mozart’s sunny and buoyant Piano Concerto No. 21 on a program with Haydn’s La fedelta premiata overture and Bruckner’s monumental Symphony No. 3 from December 2nd until the 4th. Visit: FloridaOrchestra.org
Miniature Train Rides are available for kids of all ages on December 4th at Largo Central Railroad. It is free to ride with donations for train maintenance appreciated.
On December 6th, The Rising Tide of Hate in America, Talk by Heidi Beirich, Director of Research for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) will be held at the Florida Holocaust Museum. The event is free to FHM Members or $9 general admission to non-members. Visit: FLHolocaustMuseum.org
Panache Vue’ Magazine is proud to offer our support to these events. This is just a tease of what’s happening around Tampa Bay… visit PanacheVue.com to get more event information. And in case we’ve missed something, email us at events@PanacheVue.com.
Why should you want to know? Don’t you mind about the future? Don’t you try to think ahead?
We hope to see you soon!
Karyn Anjali is a published author and Tampa Bay’s resident socialite spends time out and about attending events and supporting charities. A successful business owner of a custom jewelry line, Karysma, and a Real Estate Broker, writing remains a preferred hobby.
Born in Trinidad, and having lived in Toronto, London, Miami and Vancouver prior to moving here 9 years ago, she enjoys the small town feel within a large city with daily dynamic things happening. She has an MBA and a BA in Communication Arts.