What's On Suncoast

What’s On Suncoast? 3.19 – 3.26

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of March 19, 2021 – March 26, 2021!

Canoe and Kayak Sprints

Olympic Trials

Canoe and Kayak Sprints
Nathan Benderson Park

Due to pandemic concerns, the 2020 Olympic trials and Toyko Olympics had to be postponed. Trials will now be held March 19 through 21, 2021 for Canoe and Kayak Sprints, and stand as the first of two National Championships. If you are out enjoying the amazing trails at Nathan Benderson or wish to observe more fully, see some of the best water sport athletes show their talents off this coming weekend. Support the community and these wonderful athletes trying for a place on the world stage! And as always remember, Nathan Benderson is an outdoor venue that serves the community with so many amazing sporting, musical, and family adventures it should be a regular on your list of places to visit around the Sarasota/Manatee County areas.

Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT

Camelot

Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT
555 N. Tamiami Trail in the Florida State Center for the Performing Arts

This winner of multiple Tony Awards, this musical is sure to be a crowd-pleaser while showing her on the Suncoast. Sir Lancelot and Queen Geunevere’s love is front and center with hauntingly poignant musical scores throughout. With showtimes between March 19 and April 1st, and previews on March 17 and 18th – you don’t have unlimited opportunities to catch this Suncoast showing. Face coverings are required, temperature checks and no physical playbills are just some of the precautions in place for the safety of all patrons attending this or other shows at the Asolo Repertory Theatre currently. This is an outdoor stage and additional social distancing will be administered. If you have been missing live shows this might be the one to break that streak.

Blu Island Bistro

Blu Island

Blu Island Bistro
625 Tamiami Trail South, Venice, FL 34285

The Blu Island Bistro is where the locals go, by their own admission. A multi-award-winning restaurant in business since 2011 – and recently under new management carrying this tradition forward. The delicious breakfast, brunch, and catering options with fresh takes on old classics, such as the lucky Charm Pancakes and corned beef hash for breakfast, are sure to be a treat for your taste buds. Hearty, satisfying, and amazing cuisine are just some of the takeaways from their online reviews. See what all the fuss is about today!

“Medicine in Manatee” Exhibit

What's On Manatee

“Medicine in Manatee” Exhibit
Manatee Village Historical Park, 1404 Manatee Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34208

In this time of COVID, so much medicine and new inventions are coming to light. This exhibit walks you through a history of medicine from quack doctors to the odd ingredients that once were thought to have healing powers. This unique and educational exhibit is currently on display from March 15th until May 28th. Remember for all visitors’ safety that appointments to tour inside the buildings and this exhibit are required in advance. Visit the website today, and check out other amazing sites today.

Clear Sky Cafe

Clear Sky

Clear Sky Cafe
490 Mandalay Ave, Clearwater, FL 33767-2007

It is located only half a block from Clearwater beach; this is a great place to stop and fuel up for those out taking in some rays. With mimosas and bloody mary’s to spice up their breakfast offerings, gourmet food options with inexpensive price tags, and views that are second to none, this restaurant is sure to be a fast favorite. Whether visiting the area for the first time and wanting to experience some of the freshest seafood around or a regular – Clear Sky Cafe is worth trying. As a 2020 Traveler’s Choice winner from Trip advisor, so many reviewers can’t be wrong – check it out today!

Photos from the above business website or Facebook pages.

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