8 fun things to do this weekend in Tampa Bay | November 5-6

1. St. Pete Wine and Food Festival (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Celebrate culinary aficionados and wine, including Grand Tastings Saturday and Sunday. Get the details

2. Folkfest (Saturday, Sunday)
Music, art, craft beer and more at this great family event in downtown St. Pete. Get the details

3. Stone Crab Jam (Saturday)
Head to the 9th annual Stone Crab Jam in Crystal River. Get the details

4. Wingsuit Performance (Saturday, Sunday)
Competition Jumps Performance Event ends with awards for Performance on November 6 at Skydive City, Pasco. Get the details

5. Sarasota Medieval Fair (Saturday, Sunday)
Excitment and adventure this weekend during the opening weekend of the Medieval Fair at Sarasota County Fairgrounds. Get the details

6. Tampa Bay Lightning (Saturday)
The Bolts play the New Jersey Devils at the Amalie Arena Saturday. Get the details

7. Safety Harbor Wine Festival (Saturday)
Entertainment, foods, arts and crafts, and wines from around the world. Get the details

8. Tampa Bay Youth Sports Expo (Sunday)
This expo is meant to educate, train and empower youth, parents, coaches, and others in youth development through sports, at the Tampa Convention Center. Get the details


There are dozens of other events happening around Tampa Bay, so if you don’t see one you like above, please check out our full list of fun things to do. If you don’t see your event listed, you can search for other events or add it on our Out & About section. http://8.wfla.com/1zWdKvD

We know there are tons of cool things that make our area so special, so make sure to share the great things happening in your community.

Did you go to a cool event this weekend? If so, we’d love to see pictures. Make sure you include your name and a brief description of the event where the photos were taken, including the city.

We understand that the weather is a key element in planning your weekend. Don’t worry! The Storm Team 8 weather team is on your side. Here’s the latest forecast–> http://bit.ly/19b8ICY

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