Thanksgiving Weekend Activities and Events in Tampa

by on August 25th, 2010
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Tampa Bay is a great place to visit, live and most definitely a great place to have fun. November and December are both months that find many in the workforce on temporary seasonal vacation from their 9 to 5s and, more often than not, families need entertainment and events to keep themselves entertained.

This Thanksgiving weekend, families are sure to find many things to do and great events to take their children to. There are many events and activities to participate in, whether you are looking for a movie, like the premiere of “Happy Feet Two” at MOSI (Museum of Science and Technology) on November 18, 2011, or an exciting scavenger hunt the kids are sure to enjoy, “Kids Ahoy”, which is located at the American Victory Museum Ship, there is something for everyone. Even a discerning Glass Blower aficionado can find something here, like a Holiday Glass Show by Susan Gott at Phoenix Glass Studio, Inc., from November 25 – November 27, 2011.

A great event for the entire family, where even mom and dad can participate and attend, the 21st Annual Tarpon Springs Thanksgiving Weekend Art and Craft Festival is coming to the area again from November 26 – 27, 2011. The holidays are just around the corner and many stores are already posting their ‘Black Friday’ deals, which makes this another great ‘deal’ to mark down on a must do list. Whether an art and craft expert or an amateur or tourist looking for a local gift for relatives out of state, there is sure to be something for everyone at this wonderful event.

An extensive list with more details, times, ticket information (if applicable) and more is provided on the Arts Council of Hillsborough County’s website: www.artstampabay.com. Once there, filter the content by date using their very user-friendly date search bar and more links can be found with all manner of details and rich content about the Tampa Bay Area. Even more content and events can usually be found by tuning in to local news channels for up-to-date news and information.

Sources: Arts Council of Tampa Bay, Greater Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce


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