2017 Annual St. Pete Snow Fest
Only in Florida do we have the wacky traditions of letting kids play in fake snow and parades of boats covered with lights – reminiscent of Who-ville. St. Pete’s most time-honored tradition – the annual Snowfest takes place this Saturday, with 65 tons of snow blown into St. Petersburg’s North Straub Park.
Activities include a big and kiddie toboggan slide, art tent, karaoke, moonwalk, giant slide, “glice” ice skating and a Kiddyland area designed especially for preschoolers with inflatable train, cookie decorating and more. Wristbands are $5 and are required for all activities.
North Straub Park: Fifth Avenue NE and Bayshore Drive.
Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.