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Historically, the Johns Pass Village was a small fishing community. Today, the former cottages make up the unique, beguiling waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment neighborhood. When:  Open daily 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Where:  Gulf Blvd, at Johns Pass, Madeira Beach, FL –     10 minutes from St. Petersburg/St. Pete Beach, –     30

Where: Beach Drive, Northeast Downtown St. Petersburg   What Is It: Beach Drive is a waterfront, tree-lined pathway. It connects the famous Renaissance Vinoy Hotel at the north end of St. Petersburg to the Mahaffey Theater and the Dali Museum to the south.   Downtown St. Petersburg is family, dog, and wheelchair friendly. The Beach Drive

                        When: Saturdays, June 1 – August 24, 9am – 1pm Where: Williams Park , 1st Ave N, between 3rd and 4th St    What Is Featured:Approximately 40 vendors offering a variety of: Produce Food Crafts, including jewelry, clothing and items for the home.

      What:  This small neighborhood is the heart of historic St. Pete Beach. What’s cool is that the ‘shell’ of the old downtown with storefronts and roofed-over sidewalks — from the days before air-conditioning — are still there. The Corey Avenue Fresh Market: October, 2013 – May 2014   When:  Corey Avenue stores, galleries,


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What: The Eighth Avenue Shopping District. It may be short, but it’s jammed with shopping packed into a charming, historic setting. The quirkiest shop is reputed to be Bamboozle (see below!) When:  Daily Where:  8th Avenue, which ends at Gulf Way at the west end, and Pass-A-Grille Way on the east.              

                          What: Two evenings a month, artists and crafts people come to show and sell their work. Over a half-mile of  local arts and crafts are available to the delight of the ArtWalkers Live musicians appear at venues throughout the Village Local shops, boutiques

      What:   Main Street in Dunedin boasts a number of unique shops, art galleries and restaurants and exhibits the city’s distinctive Scottish ambiance. A marina and several hotels and bed & breakfasts are also within easy walking distance of downtown Check dates, as the city hosts numerous arts and crafts festivals, parades, concerts,

                          What: International Plaza & Bay Street shopping & dining complex, near the Tampa International Airport. Considered to be the most distinctive shopping destination on Florida’s West Coast. The Bay Street at the Plaza is an open-air village of fine restaurants and small

  What:   St. Armand’s is an enchanting circle of fine shops and gourmet restaurants.   Today, there are more than 130 stores on St. Armand’s Circle to pamper customers.   The area is a charming and graceful synthesis of past and present.       Relax in the restaurants, explore the shops – from trinkets to

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