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It's an exciting weekend... Starting with #FourthFridayTampa. Check out some great exhibits & events. Then head back to Ybor on Saturday for our Fiesta Day Event! ...

Interested in checking out #FourthFridayTPA? Now is your chance to make plans for tomorrow! This month features the John F Germany Library, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Rialto Theatre, Straz Center for the Performing Arts, and the TECO Public Art Gallery. Check out specials from AIA Tampa Bay, Coast Bike Share, Dysfunctional Grace Art Co, Henry Plant Museum, The Italian Club of Tampa, Le Méridien Tampa, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery at the University of Tampa, The Portico, The TECO Line Streetcar System, Visit Tampa Bay & Ybor City Chamber of Commerce - more info

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Are you running the Gasparilla Distance Classic 2018? Jump on the The TECO Line Streetcar System and head to Ybor for an after race Fiesta!! ...

71st Annual Fiesta Day

February 24, 2018, 11:00am - February 24, 2018, 5:00pm

This family-friendly, FREE “street festival” celebration commemorates these Cuban, Italian, Spanish, Jewish and German immigrants that settled in Ybor City in the late 1800’s as the cigar factories thrived. Fiesta Day attracts families and people of all ages. The 71st Annual Fiesta Day promises great musical talent. Check back soon to see who will be playing this year! Fiesta Day started out as a “verbena” or day of rest for the cigar workers who settled in Ybor City’s, “Cigar City Capital of the World” from Spain, Cuba, Germany and Italy and now attracts thousands of passionate people to the festival’s exquisite ethnic food and entertainment. Ybor City’s famed “La Setima” or 7th Avenue is closed to traffic and the festival celebrates the “Best of Ybor” and includes ethnic food, arts & crafts, and ethnic music on our 7th Avenue Stage. Ybor Chamber Members & Non Profit: Food & Small Business Vendors $150 Corporate Vendors $250 Non Members: Arts & Crafts Vendors $200 Food Vendors $300 Corporate $400 Please contact Deb Hargreaves at for sponsorship & vendor information!

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This Saturday, February 24th from 11am-6pm... the 71st Annual Fiesta Day! This free, family-friendly, street festival will fill 7th ave with vendors, performers, live music, games & food. Stop by Centro Ybor for the children’s book fair and kids zone presented by Wordier Than Thou. Or dance the day away at one of our many “stages.” Don’t forget to make way for the promenade of flags traveling down 7th ave at 1pm, or snap a photo at one of our heritage booths and tag us on social media! You could win a great Ybor night out gift basket!

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Opening day at Tampa Bay History Centers new exhibit is tomorrow! Check out one of the biggest map collections in America!! ...

Treasure Seekers Opening Day

February 18, 2018, 10:00am - February 18, 2018, 4:00pm

Set sail with the Tampa Bay History Center this weekend as the museum, located on downtown Tampa’s Riverwalk, unveils “Treasure Seekers: Conquistadors, Pirates and Shipwrecks,” an all-new permanent gallery experience opening to the public Sunday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. Featuring a 60-foot, 18th-century pirate ship as its centerpiece, the new, permanent addition to the History Center introduces visitors to explorers who landed in “La Florida” more than 500 years ago as well as little-known pirates like “Calico” Jack Rackham and Anne Bonny, who prowled Florida’s coasts in the 1700s. The new gallery also dives into the science and technology of shipwreck recovery, showing how centuries-old vessels are recovered from the ocean floor. The first expansion of the History Center since opening in 2009, the 8,500-square-foot permanent addition also includes the Touchton Map Library/Florida Center for Cartographic Education (TML/FCCE), a partnership with the University of South Florida that will feature some 6,000 maps of Florida and the Caribbean dating back to the 15th century. Visitors learn about Florida’s maritime history via the latest in museum technology, including hologram pirates, an immersive, choose-your-own-adventure theater experience, and a celestial ellipse on the gallery ceiling showing how sailors used the stars to traverse unknown oceans. The new gallery also features a world-class collection of maritime artifacts—some nearly 400 years old —including navigational tools, jewelry, coins, pottery and other rare items recovered off of Florida’s coasts dating back to the 1600s, some of which will be on view to the public for the first time. The Tampa Bay History Center is located at 801 Old Water Street in Tampa’s Channel District. More information is at or call 813-228-0097.

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