Looking for the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown? Enjoy pumpkin patches at Heritage United Methodist Church in Clearwater, Gallagher’s at 7401 4th St. in St. Pete, Riviera United Methodist Church and if you want double action, head over the bridge to Parrish for the Florida Railroad Museum’s train ride and pumpkin patch. All aboard! .Here are more treats and things to do in St. Pete Clearwater this weekend.

FRIDAY, October 25th 

Stone Crab Weekend: Frenchy’s and Cooters in Clearwater Beach are ground zero in cracking the stone crab, with music, drink specials and more all weekend. Get Cracking! Stone Crab Season 2019 in St. Petersburg/Clearwater

SPIFFS International Folk Festival: More than 30+ ethnic organizations celebrate arts, culture, dance, food and more starting with the Grand Parade of Nations Friday and taking over Vinoy Park Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy  St. Petersburg International Folk Fair Society, Inc. (SPIFFS)

Double Sixes: Pair O’Dice celebrates its 6th anniversary Friday, Saturday and Sunday with food trucks, costume contests and some of the best IPAs around in Clearwater.

Wall Art: SHINE Murals continue to unfold their magic in downtown St. Pete and you can take a bike tour offered by Florida Craft Art and Coast Bikes Saturday. Don’t miss the SHINE Grand Finale Saturday at The Factory St. Pete for a fun-filled party with art installations, mural reveals, live painting, music, panel discussions, food, drink, local markets and more! Enjoy Downtown St Pete's New Shine Murals Featuring International Artists

Honey Do List: The Tampa Bay Home Show features home remodeling tips and vendors, great exhibits, prizes and seminars at Tropicana Field Fri.-Sat.

Fenway Jazz: This Dunedin waterfront boutique hotel features one of our favorite restaurants, HEW Parlor and Chophouse and hosts live music all weekend.

Menopause Madness: Funny Women of A Certain Age bring their hilarious Showtime wisecracks about aging featuring creator Carole Montgomery and stand-up jokesters Kerri Louise and Leighann Lord to the Palladium.

Joe Cool: Head over to the St. Pete Side Lot where The Lounge Cat Band plays Old School Blues, Jazz, Swing, Ska, Motown and more! Come in costume with the kids for their Spooky Night Fest.

SATURDAY, October 26th

Country Jubilee: Heritage Park transforms into an ETSY crafts fest starting at 10am, showcasing old-time activities, live music, good eats and lots of artsy gifts, from earrings to aprons.

Cowboy Country: Enjoy Pinellas Park’s Public Works BBQ and Rodeo at the England Brothers Bandshell noon- 10 pm for kids’ festivities, food, and beer. Yes, there’ll be bull riding and fireworks. Yeehaw!

Thrill The Burg: More zombie dancers honor Michael Jackson’s legacy at Ferg’s Sports Bar 5-9pm, followed by the rocking Black Honkeys. There’s a costume contest for adults, kids and pups, raffles and drink specials.

Pop A Wheelie: For those who love Biff’s on Friday and Quaker Steak and Lube Thursday car shows, go across the pond to Safety Harbor for The All British Car Show and live entertainment kicking off @10am on Main St.

Blues Brothers: Little Jake and the Soul Searchers perform at The Palladium @8pm. Make a dinner reservation before the show.

Get Trashed: The Suncoast Surfrider Foundation and PangeaSeed Foundation are partnering to organize a beach clean up at North Shore Park. Help us protect our oceans from harmful plastics and other debris. All are welcome! While you're there, don't miss the newly completed ground mural by artist Cecilia Lueza on the North Shore Pier in downtown St. Pete 8-10 am.

Go Greek: Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks hosts the annual arts and crafts festival Saturday and Sunday. Eat, shop and enjoy live music and the charming ambiance.

Shellebration Corey Avenue: This annual family fun day on Corey Ave. showcases kid's crafts, music, raffles and shopping, all benefiting Sea Turtle Trackers from 10am-2pm.

Salsa Saturday: Enjoy TFO’s Latin Pop as the Duke Energy Center for the Arts – MahaffeyTheater for bossa nova, mambo, salsa and more conducted by Matt Catingub plus the sultry crooning of Christina Souza.

SUNDAY, October 27th

Irie Nation: Enjoy Reggae Sunday Phunday at The Big Catch at Salt Creek with I-Ruption & DJ Blac Pearl from 6-10 pm for some good tunes and grouper, crab or shrimp with a Red Stripe or Pain Killer.

Jazz Sunday: The weekly jazz jam is in session 3-5 pm at the Independent Bar St. Petersburg with James Suggs on trumpet, Sandi Grecco drums, and Jeremy Douglass keyboard! Drink specials and boutique wine, bubbly and craft beer selection.

MORE FUN: Looking for Halloween events in St. Petersburg & Clearwater or the best Live Entertainment in town? Check out what’s happening at Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater and Ruth Eckerd Hall/Capitol Theater now.  

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