Black Friday Shopping, Food Truck Festival, Indian Rocks Beach Citywide Garage Sale & More
Posted On Tuesday, November 20, 2012
|Photo by Plumlee Gulf Beach Realty|
Speaking of shopping, the holiday season kicks off on Corey Avenue in St. Pete Beach on Black Friday, November 23. Corey Avenue lights up and welcomes you to stroll the streets and visit the local merchants, as they are decked out for the holiday season.
|Photo Courtesy of CoreyAvenue.com|
With over 17 merchants offering everything from antique shopping to boutique shopping, it's a great opportunity to find the unique gifts you're looking for. It's your chance to shop local and support the local businesses of the area. The shopping and sales begin at 10a.m. and continue to 7p.m. You can find a full listing of Corey Avenue merchants here.
After you've shopped 'til your heart's content, stay on into the evening for the 4th Friday Food Truck Festival. Some of Tampa Bay's top food trucks roll in from 5p.m. to 9p.m. to satisfy all of your cravings. It's a welcome break from the turkey leftovers!
|Photo Courtesy of the Food Truck Festival|
Also enjoy live music by Kevin Wilder Jazz and sing along to some holiday favorites. Kapfer Glass Studio hosts a hands-on crafts table for the kids, so there is a little something for everyone. Corey Avenue is located off of Gulf Blvd. in downtown St. Pete Beach. Admission and parking are free! For more information, visit the Historic Corey Avenue website.
Also this weekend, make plans to attend the Indian Rocks Beach citywide garage sale on Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25. It's a bargain hunter's delight! Come on out to cruise the streets and peruse the local treasures.
Plan to stay on the quiet, pristine, small town beach areas of Indian Rocks Beach and Indian Rocks Shores, and you'll be a stone's throw away from the bigger towns of Clearwater and St. Petersburg. Our vacation rentals offer access to white sandy beaches and the warm Gulf of Mexico waters on the west side as well as the quiet Intracoastal waters on the east side. The choice is yours!
We wish you a safe, meaningful, and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. If you're in the area for the holiday, tell us about how you spent your time. Our comment section welcomes you! Happy Thanksgiving!