FRIDAY September 20

Flavors of Asia Gulf to Bay Food Truck Association : This free family-friendly event at North Straub Park DTSP features Asian cuisine from Japanese to Chinese. Grab an egg roll, enjoy the beer garden, sake and wine 6 – 10 pm.

Oktoberfest Celebrations: From Hofbrauhaus St. Petersburg to 3 Daughters Brewing, enjoy these events kicking off this weekend continuing through October.

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SATURDAY September 21

Ohm My: Celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace with free yoga downtown at the Sundial St Pete with The Body Electric Yoga Company 9 – 10 am.  After your dog pose, take your karma to Williams Park for the Good With Me Day Festival 10 am – 4 pm for rock climbing, relay races, rock scavenger hunt, art and healthy food.

Shop Till You Drop: Love a bargain? Check out the St. Pete Beach Community Yard Sale at the Community Center and Horan Park, then head downtown to the Indie Flea Plant Pop Up at Bandit Coffee Co. starting at 11 am.

Billy Ray Cyrus @ Bucs Beach Bash: Tradewinds RumFish Beach Resort and RumFish Grill in St. Pete Beach is known for their watch parties and sports fan fests but this weekend’s celebration kicks off at 11 am with former Bucs players, cheerleaders, Captain Fear, contests and prizes and winds up with the hit song of the summer crooner followed by fireworks. Lots of local bands, DJs and Parmalee add to the fun.

Soccer Mania: Catch the Tampa Bay Rowdies vs Bethlehem Steel at Al Lang Stadium starting at 7:30. It’s always a party, and we like to kick it off early at Red Mesa Cantina with a margarita or three.

Culture Clash: It’s national free museum day, so turn off the TV and meander these amazing attractions at a discount….or FREE:  Museum of Fine Arts , Imagine Museum , Florida CraftArt, The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art, Florida Holocaust Museum and The Dali Museum (free for Pinellas County residents only).

Jazz Legends: Billy Cobham drummed for Miles Davis and John McLaughlin, and his fans include Prince and Phil Collins. Catch him at Largo’s Central Park Performing Arts Center.

SUNDAY September 22

Vinoy Vixens: The Sunday summer concert series on Paul's Landing at the Vinoy Lawn at The Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club downtown has been a hoot, but nothing says sayonara summer like hanging with the groovy Black Honkeys. 4-7 pm.

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Museum of Fine Arts photo courtesy of the City of St. Petersburg