Your Tampa Bay Area Weekend Calendar – Fathers Day Weekend

Wishing all you Fathers & Grandfathers a wonderful Father’s Day that includes rest and relaxation!


 

Celebrate Dad & our Oceans this Father’s Day Weekend
6/14/2014-6/15/2014
Enjoy both Father’s Day and World Oceans Day at our place.  Dads get in FREE* with the purchase of a full paid admission.  We’ll have special World Oceans Day activities going on including a scavenger hunt throughout the Aquarium and The Florida Aquarium Mermaids will make special appearances this weekend at 11:30am, 2pm and 3:30pm.
 
Parent’s Night Out
6/13/2014
Treat your kids and yourselves to a fun night out! Let MOSI’s Education Department staff care for and entertain your children with Minecraft and other age-appropriate video games, museum treasure museum treasure hunts, creative play, and more.
 
Repticon
6/14/2014-6/15/2014
Show Description: Repticon offers the opportunity to learn more about different verities of Reptiles and Exotic Animals. You will also gain the chance to shop from a large mix of local and regional breeders and vendors.
 
Rock the Park
6/5/2014-8/7/2014
Rock the Park is held at Tampa’s New Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. A free monthly music series showcasing musical talents of all genres.

 
The Pottery of Wedgwood
3/21/2014-12/31/2014
The innovative designs of Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795) have been the standard for ceramics for more than 250 years. Wedgwood has graced the tables of monarchs, Heads of State and the world’s most prestigious hotels, including the Tampa Bay Hotel.

Thunder at the Forum
6/13/2014
World Boxing Federation Heavyweight Title Event; 10 Round Main Event: China The Dragon Smith vs. Mike Sheppard
 
Return to the Forbidden Planet
6/12/2014-7/6/2014
The Olivier Award-winning best musical blasts off to the planet D’Illyria for a sci-fi version of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, set to a gleeful score of rock ’n’ roll golden oldies.
 
Light Up Channelside: Summer Fireworks Series
6/7/2014-6/28/2014
Most Saturday’s through out the summer, the Channel District comes alive with live music, food trucks and a fireworks finale. Days change for Fourth of July and Labor Day celebrations.
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