Downtown After Hours

Friday, October 19, 2018

Thursday, October 18

Barre in the Park
Begins 6pm
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
In conjunction with the Bryan Glazer Jewish Community Center, the Tampa Downtown Partnership is proud to bring this free community fitness class to Tampa’s Downtown! Barre in the Park

3rd Thursdays
Begins 6pm
Grand Central at Kennedy
Enjoy some gourmet food truck fun paired with independent short flicks and live music! Pour House and City Dog Cantina provide micro brews and tasty cocktails. Over ten gourmet food trucks will be on site, offering everything from burgers to vegetarian bites and much more. This is a spectacular way to spend a Thursday evening in Downtown Tampa! 3rd Thursdays

Patel Conservatory presents The Addams Family, A New Musical
Shows Thursday through Sunday
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Students in grades 8 through 12 get creepy and kooky in this original tale of a grown-up Wednesday Addams bringing home Gomez’s worst nightmare: a nice, respectable, normal boy. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s new boyfriend and his equally normal parents. This hilarious musical version is filled with clever new songs and memorable characters from the nostalgic television show, just in time for Halloween. The Addams Family, A New Musical

The Play That Goes Wrong
Begins 7:30pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get this award-winning smash comedy! Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s sure to bring down the house! The Play That Goes Wrong

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Detroit Red Wings
Begins 7:30pm
Amalie Arena
The Bolts take the ice to challenge the visiting Detroit Red Wings. Grab a seat and cheer on your team! Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Detroit Red Wings

Edgar & Emily by Joseph Mcdonough
Shows Thursday through Sunday
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
In January 1864, reclusive poet Emily Dickinson receives a surprise guest: Edgar Allan Poe. Although Poe died 15 years prior, he arrives quite alive and just as energized by death as ever before – one could say death kindly stopped for Emily, after all. Though the evening pits the pendulum of both poets’ personalities against the other in this comic fantasia, Emily and Edgar find they have a lot in common despite their differences. The heart tells the tale, you know. Edgar & Emily by Joseph Mcdonough

UNDead in the Water
8pm to 11pm
American Victory Ship
An interactive disturbing attraction featuring brain and heart-eating zombies who have taken over Tampa Bay. Step aboard the dark and eerie WWII 1945 American Victory Ship to escape the infestation. Then make your way to safety by walking cavernous decks, multi-level ladders, chilling hallways, ghastly Captain’s Quarters, the ominous engine room, and more terrifying spaces throughout the route. Remember, zombies must feed for energy and can survive on land or sea. You’ve been warned.. UNDead in the Water

Friday, October 19

Do the Local Motion
Begins at Noon
Lykes Gaslight Square Park
Do the Local Motion is a healthy and social way to enjoy your lunch hour and learn interesting tidbits about Tampa’s Downtown! Walks are free but a $5 donation is appreciated to fight childhood hunger in our community. Do the Local Motion

Ghosts of Tampa Theatre Tour
3pm to 4:15pm
Tampa Theatre
Who was the man in seat 308? Where did Robert Lanier tear his final ticket? Why does Fink Finley continue to roam the balcony? And what has led to Tampa Theatre being known as one of the most haunted buildings in town? Learn the Theatre’s secrets and stories with a “balcony to backstage” tour that will focus on the historic movie palace’s ghostly guests. Ghosts of Tampa Theatre Tour

Pause-O-Ween
Begins 4:30pm
Tampa Theatre
Head to the iconic marquee in the heart of Downtown Tampa for free shots, seasonal drink specials at the bar, and $2 off the theatre’s famous popcorn. Plus, this series opener will be hosted by Tampa horror legend Dr. Paul Bearer! His hearse will be parked out front, and Dr. Paul will be in the lobby for photos, all leading up to the world premiere FREE screening of his 2018 Halloween special. Pause-O-Ween

Women in Planning Group Meeting
Begins 4:30pm
City of Tampa Construction Services
In line with the Group’s mission to support and elevate women in planning, the WIP group will be hearing from Mary Ross, P.E., with Gannett Fleming. She will discuss strategies associated with their firm’s internal employee resource group, “Connected Women at Gannett Fleming”, which works to create a culture that empowers, supports, and mentors women to achieve career and personal success. A happy hour will follow. Women in Planning Group Meeting

Hi Noon, Goodbye Dr. Paul (2018)
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Tampa Theatre
Join Tampa horror legend Dr. Paul Bearer for the world premiere of his 2018 Halloween special! Dr. Paul Bearer is living in a ghost town in the 1800’s. He enjoys a quiet peaceful life with all of his ghost friends until Butch and Sundance arrive to mix things up. Although Dr. Paul can see all of his ghost friends, Butch and Sundance cannot, so of course hijinks ensue. Will Dr. Paul survive the shootout at high noon? This premiere screening is FREE and open to the public. Hi Noon, Goodbye Dr. Paul (2018)

Haunted River Tours
Begins 7pm
Tampa Convention Center
Completely revamped for 2018, hop aboard the Pirate Water Taxi for a frighteningly good time on the water. Gather your friends and family for an entertaining evening with tales of ghosts along the Hillsborough River. Each tour will be led by a dead-lightful docent who will tell spooky stories of Tampa’s past. Haunted River Tours

Brian Kilmeade – America: Great from the Start
Begins 7:30pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Brian Kilmeade, nationally-known Fox & Friends co-host and New York Times best-selling author, presents his humor and commentary in this first-ever live show. Kilmeade tackles some of today’s hottest political topics, shares exclusive stories from his own path to success and provides his unique perspective on Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and how so-called “average, everyday” Americans made this country what it is today. Each ticket comes with a complimentary, signed copy of Kilmeade’s book, Andrew Jackson: Miracle of New Orleans. Brian Kilmeade – America: Great from the Start

UNDead in the Water
8pm to 11pm
American Victory Ship
An interactive disturbing attraction featuring brain and heart-eating zombies who have taken over Tampa Bay. Step aboard the dark and eerie WWII 1945 American Victory Ship to escape the infestation. Then make your way to safety by walking cavernous decks, multi-level ladders, chilling hallways, ghastly Captain’s Quarters, the ominous engine room, and more terrifying spaces throughout the route. Remember, zombies must feed for energy and can survive on land or sea. You’ve been warned. UNDead in the Water

The Play That Goes Wrong
Begins 8pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get this award-winning smash comedy! Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s sure to bring down the house! The Play That Goes Wrong

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
9:30pm to 11:30pm
Tampa Theatre
In this classic, an engaged couple get lost and wander to a nearby castle where they are captured by a Transylvanian doctor in lingerie and his entourage. The audience will be singing along, dressed in costume, and performing alongside the film as it plays. Guests are encouraged to bring their own toilet paper, cards, newspapers, toast and other props – but please, no hot dogs, rice or water guns. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

Saturday, October 20

Family Heritage Festival
Begins 10am
John F. Germany Public Library
Participate in Genealogy activities that include presentations by nationally known genealogy experts and visits with local history and genealogy societies. Topics will include DNA, City Directories, MyHeritage and the research that led to the creation of the Fortune Taylor Bridge (formerly Laurel Street Bridge) marker. Family Heritage Festival

All-Day Nightmare
10am to 10:30pm
Tampa Theatre
Calling all Freddy Krueger fans! Gather for a day full of Freddy as Tampa Theatre shows the first six Nightmare on Elm Street movies. Guests can catch individual showings or pick up an All Day Nightmare Pass for fans who want to watch all six horror flicks. The most important rule: Don’t. Fall. Asleep. All-Day Nightmare

Art Spot
11am to 2pm
Tampa Museum of Art
Let your imagination run free as the Museum’s art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours. Art Spot

Tampa Pig Jig
1pm to 10pm
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
An annual fundraiser event hosted on Downtown Tampa’s beautiful waterfront featuring live music, great food, a BBQ competition, drinks, and games. This event benefits the NephCure Kidney International, the only non-profit organization committed to supporting research, improving treatment, and finding a cure for the debilitating kidney disease FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis) and Nephrotic Syndrome. This year’s music lineup includes Chris Young, Riley Green, and many more. Tampa Pig Jig

The Magic School Bus
Begins 2pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
When the class gets lost on the way to the planetarium, Ms. Frizzle saves the day by blasting into outer space for an epic, inter-planetary field trip. But when rivalries both old and new threaten to tear the students apart, our young heroes must learn to pull together or risk getting forever lost in the solar system. Hop on the Magic School Bus for a ride in Theatreworks USA’s new musical adaptation based on the original book series published by Scholastic. The Magic School Bus

The Play That Goes Wrong
Shows at 2pm and 8pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get this award-winning smash comedy! Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s sure to bring down the house! The Play That Goes Wrong

Haunted River Tours
Begins 7pm
Tampa Convention Center
Completely revamped for 2018, hop aboard the Pirate Water Taxi for a frighteningly good time on the water. Gather your friends and family for an entertaining evening with tales of ghosts along the Hillsborough River. Each tour will be led by a dead-lightful docent who will tell spooky stories of Tampa’s past. Haunted River Tours

Live for 24 Foundation 5K/Mile Fun Run 2018
Begins 8pm
University of Tampa
Participants in this fun event are welcome to run, walk, or stroll their way through campus on a scenic 3.12 mile course which includes a segment along the Hillsborough River. A separate 1 mile fun run will also be offered. Participants will receive a T-shirt and certificate with registration, and top finishers will receive medals. A family friendly post-race event will be held at Pepin Field, which will include food, refreshments, music, bounce houses, and local vendor tents. Race proceeds will help The Livefor24 Foundation support youth athletic and educational programs in the Tampa Bay area and award student scholarships. Live for 24 Foundation 5K/Mile Fun Run 2018

UNDead in the Water
8pm to 11pm
American Victory Ship
An interactive disturbing attraction featuring brain and heart-eating zombies who have taken over Tampa Bay. Step aboard the dark and eerie WWII 1945 American Victory Ship to escape the infestation. Then make your way to safety by walking cavernous decks, multi-level ladders, chilling hallways, ghastly Captain’s Quarters, the ominous engine room, and more terrifying spaces throughout the route. Remember, zombies must feed for energy and can survive on land or sea. You’ve been warned. UNDead in the Water

Jeremy Stolle
Begins 8:30pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Most any Broadway fan will recognize Jeremy Stolle after his electrifying eight-plus year run as multiple characters in The Phantom of the Opera. Now the mask is off for this intimate cabaret concert featuring Jeremy and his piano accompanist in a night of Broadway tunes, swingin’ jazz standards and hits from his debut album. Jeremy Stolle

Sunday, October 21

Ghosts of Tampa Theatre Tour
11:30am to 12:45pm
Tampa Theatre
Who was the man in seat 308? Where did Robert Lanier tear his final ticket? Why does Fink Finley continue to roam the balcony? And what has led to Tampa Theatre being known as one of the most haunted buildings in town? Learn the Theatre’s secrets and stories with a “balcony to backstage” tour that will focus on the historic movie palace’s ghostly guests. Ghosts of Tampa Theatre Tour

How to Be a Hometown Tourist
Begins 1pm
Oxford Exchange
It took Missourian Kristen Hare about a week to fall in love with Tampa Bay and the people who live here, but it took her a little longer to learn how to explore like a hometown tourist.
Kristen, an award-winning journalist who covers the transformation of local news for the Poynter Institute, spends her free time dragging her family out to discover new adventures and talking to friends, neighbors, and strangers about their favorite local treasures. She’s learned to live by the motto “don’t let the tourists have all the fun.” The second edition of her book, 100 Things to do in Tampa Bay Before You Die, contains what she’s found in that quest during the past six years. How to Be a Hometown Tourist

Corpse Bride (2005)
2pm to 4pm
Tampa Theatre
In Tim Burton’s adaptation of “The Finger,” Victor and Victoria’s families have arranged their marriage. While Victor is rehearsing his wedding lines in the woods, a tree branch takes him to the land of the dead. The branch belongs to Emily, who was murdered after eloping with her love and wants to marry Victor. Victor must get back above ground before Victoria marries the villainous Barkis Bittern. Starring Johnny Depp, Emily Watson, and Richard E. Grant. Corpse Bride (2005)

The Play That Goes Wrong
Shows at 2pm and 7:30pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get this award-winning smash comedy! Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s sure to bring down the house! The Play That Goes Wrong

Upstairs/ Downstairs Live Theater
Shows at 3:30pm and 6:30pm
Henry B. Plant Museum
Step back in time and enjoy the single-character performances that bring turn-of-the-century Tampa Bay Hotel staff members and guests to life. Each character is based on actual hotel staff and guests. From the reminiscences of Henry Plant himself to the letters of a Spanish-American War soldier, you will learn more about the time period through each character’s particular vantage point. Upstairs/ Downstairs Live Theater

Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
4:30pm to 5:45pm
Tampa Theatre
After recovering from the mob attack upon himself and his monster, Dr. Frankenstein falls under the control of his former mentor, Dr. Pretorius, who demands the doctor return to his experiments in creating new life. Meanwhile, the Monster continues his departure from those seeking to hurt him without understanding that his intentions are generally good despite his lack of socialization and self-control. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Yoga in the Park
Begins 6pm
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
In operation since 2010, the Tampa Downtown Partnership is proud to continue it’s Sunday Yoga in the Park tradition with our newest addition, seasoned yoga instructors from Lucky Cat Yoga. Yoga in the Park

The Brides of Dracula (1960)
4:30pm to 5:45pm
Tampa Theatre
A young baron born with the Dracula curse is kept locked away by his mother, though she does obtain an occasional victim for him. However, when he breaks loose, she becomes a victim herself, and the undead boy takes flight to terrorize the local village before famed vampire hunter Van Helsing is called in to intervene. The Brides of Dracula (1960)

The Brides Wore Blood (1972)
4:30pm to 5:45pm
Tampa Theatre
While this movie features no bloody brides, it’s one of those flicks that’s so bad it’s good. Made in Jacksonville and St. Augustine on a low budget, the film is scrapped together with an unnecessary frame story, a family curse, a vampire trying to impregnate someone, psychic flashbacks, and more. The Brides Wore Blood (1972)

Nightlife & Music

Many of Downtown’s pubs, restaurants, and bars feature live music.
Check out this week’s line up! Be sure to check with each location to confirm.

Beyond This Weekend - Upcoming Events

Tampa Riverwalk Trick or Treat
Saturday, October 27
Tampa Riverwalk
Kids in costume along with their families are invited to Trick or Treat along the Riverwalk as part of this FREE community event. Stations are hosted by local businesses and organizations that will be handing out candy and treats to children in costume. At the conclusion of the event, there will be a free family-friendly Halloween movie in Water Works park hosted by Friends of Tampa Recreation! Tampa Riverwalk Trick or Treat

Activities on the Water

Yacht Starship Captain Larry’s Water Taxi eBoats Tampa
Olde World Sailing Line Urban Kai Paddleboarding American Victory Ship
FL Aquarium’s Wild Dolphin Cruise Tampa Bay Fun Boat
Riverwalk Boating Company Pirate Water Taxi Kraken Cycle Boats

Arts and Culture Spotlight

Amalie Arena

Tampa Bay Lightning vs Detroit Red Wings – October 18
Joyce Meyer Ministries 2018 Women’s Conference – October 25 to 27
Tampa Bay Lightning vs New Jersey Devils – October 30
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Nashville Predators – November 1
Twenty One Pilots – November 3
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Edmonton Oilers – November 6
Tampa Bay Lightning vs New York Islanders – November 8
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Ottawa Senators – November 10
Travis Scott – November 12
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Florida Panthers – November 21
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Chicago Blackhawks – November 23
Tampa Bay Lightning vs New Jersey Devils – November 25
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Anaheim Ducks – November 27
Elton John – November 28
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Buffalo Sabres – November 29
Barry Manilow – December 7
Fleetwood Mac – February 18, 2019
P!nk – March 3, 2019
Shawn Mendes – July 27, 2019

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts
Disaster to Done: Organizing your Family Photos – Through October 23
Photography 101: October – Through October 24
Fashion Photography Workshop – Through October 25
North and South: Berenice Abbott’s U.S. Route 1 – October 8 to January 11
Q and A’s Photography Workshop – October 21
UPA Gallery 2018 – October 22 to November 30
Aesthetics and Perception of Advanced Digital Collage – October 27 and 28
Day by Day: 1968 – October to December

Glazer Children’s Museum
Make it Monday – Weekly
Toddler Tuesday – Weekly
Worldly Wednesday – Weekly
Tinker and Tech Thursday – Weekly
Fun Fridays – Weekly
Monster Mashup – Through October 31
Member Morning – October 7
Developmental Checkups – October 22
Harvest with Heart – November 1 to 30

Check the Museum’s website for a full list of weekday programming.

Henry B. Plant Museum
First Fridays – First Friday of the Month
Imperial Designs – Through December 31
Sunday Tour – October 14 and November 11
Music in the Museum – October 18 and November 15
Henry Plant’s Birthday – October 27
An Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel – October 27
Veteran’s Day – November 11
Historical Interlude – November 11
Music Store Sunday – November 25
Victorian Christmas Stroll – December 1 to 23
Holiday Shopping Day – December 1
Members Day at the Stroll – December 1
Children’s Day at the Victorian Christmas Stroll – December 16

Jobsite Theater
Edgar & Emily – October 12 to November 9
Othello – January 11 to February 3
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] – March 15 to April 17

The John F. Germany Public Library
Tai Chi with Bonnie Birdsall – Tuesdays
Walk-In Tech Help – Wednesdays
Toddler Time – Wednesdays
Crafternoon – Thursdays
Baby Sign – Thursdays
Disability History and Awareness – October 11
Movies @ the Library: Black Panther – October 12
Book Discussion: White Noise by Don DeLillo – October 17
Sewing at the Library: Learn to Hand Embroider – October 18
Movies @ the Library: A Quiet Place – October 19
Heritage Festival – October 20

Stageworks Theatre
The Speak! Tank: Spoken Word Sundays – First Sunday of every month
Christ Fellowship – Wednesdays
Judgment at Nuremberg – Through October 14
The Revolutionists – November 2 to 18
The Winter Wonderettes – December 6 to 23
Ready Steady Yeti Go – February 7 to 24
The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie – March 21 to April 7

Straz Center for the Performing Arts
The Naked Magicians – October 11
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert – October 13 and 14
The Play That Goes Wrong – October 16 to 21
Patel Conservatory Presents The Addams Family, A New Musical – October 18 to 21
Brian Kilmeade – America: Great from the Start – October 19
Jeremy Stolle – October 20
The Magic School Bus – October 20
Griffin House – October 22
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – October 24
Opera Tampa Singers in the Witching Hour – October 26
The Florida Orchestra: Evening at Bach’s Coffeehouse – October 26
Broadway Ball – October 27
Broadway Ball After Dark – October 27
Toast of Tampa Show Chorus: Standing Room Only – October 28
Nugget and Fang: Field Trip – October 31
mad Theatre presents 9 to 5 The Musical – November 1 to 11
The Choir of Man – November 3
Glenn Beck LIVE – November 30
Hundred Days – January 15 to March 24
The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical – July 9 to 14

Tampa Bay History Center
Florida Conversations: Birding and Nature Festival Keynote Speaker Jack Davis – October 11
Walk Tampa: The Ybor City Story – October 13, November 10, and December 8
A Night at the Museum – October 14
History Center Book Group – October 18
Girl Scout Workshop: Zoom in on Nature – October 20
Walk Tampa: Central Avenue Black History Tour – October 27
My Doll and Me: Luciana – November 10
Florida Conversations: Florida Wild: Hidden in Plain Sight – November 14
History Center Book Group – November 15
Walk Tampa: Central Avenue Black History Tour – November 24 and December 29
Girl Scout Workshop: Tweetin’ Tampa – December 1
Florida Conversations – December 4

Tampa Museum of Art
The Classical World: Selections from the Permanent Collection – Ongoing
The Classical World in Focus: Animals in Ancient Art – Ongoing
Monday Meditation at the Museum – Mondays
Teen Open Studio – Tuesdays
Art on the House – Fridays
Art Spot – Saturdays
LOVE IS CALLING – Through February 14
Pavilion XXXIII – November 3

Tampa Theatre
Kusama: Infinity – October 16
Office Space – October 17
Ghosts of Tampa Theatre – October 19 to 31
PAUSE-O-Ween – October 19 to 31
Hi Noon, Goodbye Dr. Paul – October 19
The Rocky Horror Picture Show – October 19
A Nightmare on Elm Street – October 20
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge – October 20
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors – October 20
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master – October 20
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child – October 20
Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare – October 20
Corpse Bride – October 21
Bride of Frankenstein – October 21
The Brides of Dracula – October 21
The Brides Wore Blood – October 21
Hotel Transylvania – October 22
Psycho – October 22
Eaten Alive – October 22
A Quiet Place – October 23
Hereditary – October 23
Teen Wolf – October 24
An American Werewolf in London – October 24
The Slumber Party Massacre – October 25
The Cat and the Canary – October 26
Adam DeVine – Weird Life Tour 2018 – October 27
Phantasm – October 28
Hocus Pocus – October 28
Bubba Ho-Tep – October 28
Beetlejuice – October 29
Spirits of the Bay: Live Storytelling with Deborah Frethem – October 29
It – October 30
The Shining – October 30
Halloween – October 31
Iron & Wine – November 15
Home Free – A Country Christmas – December 6
NYE Wrap Party 2018: Austin Powers – December 31
Raffi – Januaury 19
Winefest 2019 – February 22 and 23
Hollywood Awards Night – February 24
Welcome to Night Vale – February 28

Outside is In - Public Space

First Wednesday, 11am to 2pm at Lykes Gaslight Square Park.
Rock the Park
First Thursday, 6:30pm to 9pm at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
– Free Weekly Community Fitness Classes at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park –
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VKNG Drip – Monday, 6pm to 7pm

 

Zumba in the Park  – Tuesday, 6pm to 7pm
Bamboozle Fit Club Boot Camp – Wednesday, 6pm to 7pm
Yoga in the Park – Sunday, 6pm to 7pm
– Free Seasonal Programs –
Do the Local Motion – First and third Friday, noon to 1pm (October to May). Walking tours take off from Poe Plaza, Jackson and Franklin streets.

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