15 things to do this week that won’t break the bank
Editor’s note: This continues our weekly series of 15 things to do on the Emerald Coast. Each week, staff writer Jessica Ayers will highlight 15 inexpensive local events for college students to attend without breaking the bank.
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enter Why: AC/DC is widely known as one of the greatest rock-n-roll bands to ever take the stage. Not only do they have the second best selling album of all time(Back In Black), their music transcends time. This all female tribute band isn’t quite the real deal but it’s sure to give you a feminine taste. These ladies look the part and certainly play and sing the music right. Purchase tickets here.
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“This workshop is more of a fun and sexy dance class,” Mia Bolden, owner of Beautiful You Studio and pole instructor said. “Our mission statement here is ‘a place to go to embrace the beauty in you.’ So this is a non judgemental environment where women can go and just embrace being a women, and it’s a great confidence booster.”
Bolden also said to wear comfortable workout clothes and reserve your spot soon. As of now they only have five more spots available. Come learn, get your sexy on, and enjoy some complimentary wine afterwards. Check out this video on their website to get a better idea of what’s in store.
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Where: Old Thyme Remedies, 2475 East Nine Mile Rd., Pensacola
Why: This is a first time class that will dive into, not only breast cancer treatment, but also prevention. Melanie Joy, a holistic health specialist, will be teaching the class and she has some very encouraging theories and methods that she’s ready to share.
“The purpose of the class is to provide education and support to women of all ages,” Joy said, “with regards to self care but also for breast cancer prevention. Living a nourished life is my mission statement, because by nourishing myself I was able to reverse a heart condition.”
Joy also said that she believes we can prevent breast cancer and she encourages women to join the class so they can learn how. The event will be filmed so everyone should plan to arrive a few minutes early.
4) Bike Pensacola’s March Slow
When: 3-4:30 p.m., March 10
Where: CycleSports Bicycles, 2125 North Palafox St., Pensacola
Why: If you love 5K’s but your back and joints need a little rest, try a bike ride instead. This is one of the top bike rides in Pensacola because it’s free and it’s the slow ride. Grab your favorite bike and helmet and join the rest of the gang as you cruise along historic Pensacola neighborhoods for a leisurely ride. CycleSports insists that, “nobody will be dropped or left behind.” Children ages 10-16 must be accompanied by an adult. Cyclists under 16 must wear a helmet by law; ages 16 and up helmets are recommended but are not required by law. And we will enjoy a ride escort by officers of the Pensacola Police Department.
5) An Evening Under The Stars
When: 6 p.m., March 9
Where: Big Lagoon State Park, 12301 Gulf Beach Highway, Pensacola
Cost: Free event with park admission $6 per vehicle, limit 2-8 people per vehicle. $4 single occupant vehicle. $2 pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, and passengers in vehicle with annual individual entrance pass.
Why: If you’ve never gotten an opportunity to see the moon and stars through a telescope, this is your chance. Escambia Amateur Astronomers Association is partnering with Big Lagoon State Park to bring you An Evening Under The Stars. Multiple telescopes will be on site for your viewing pleasure. Make sure to check out participant requirements here.
6) Calming The Overactive Mind
When: 2-4 p.m., March 10
Where: 4 Square Holistic Studio, 5043 Bayou Boulevard suite A, Pensacola
Why: In 2015 the Anxiety and Depression Association of America did a study that reported over 40 million Americans are affected by anxiety disorders. Anxiety is a mental health illness that can take a toll on someone’s social life and even physical well being. Calming The Overactive Mind is a holistic approach to remedy an anxious mind. At the event you will learn about different calming techniques, stress relievers, and breathing methods. A new and relaxed you awaits. Handouts will be provided upon departure.
7) In The Forest Dark And Deep
When: 7:30-10 p.m, March 9
Where: 400 South Jefferson St., Pensacola
Why: “The Forest Dark and Deep” is a play written by Neil LaBute that brings sibling rivalry to a new and twisted level. If you enjoy a play that’s a little dark and volatile, this will be right up your alley. Purchase tickets here.
8) The Wizard of Oz – National Tour
When: 7:30 – 10 p.m., March 11
Where: Marina Civic Center, 8 Harrison Ave., Panama City
Cost: $35 for floor seats
Why: Who doesn’t love “The Wizard of Oz?” It’s a 79-year-old story that continues to dazzle year after year, and generation after generation. If you’ve never had the opportunity to catch a live action performance of the beloved American classic, here’s your chance. Everything is first class. The music, the actors, the costumes, and of course the colors. Get your tickets while they last here.
When: 7-11 p.m., March 10
Where: Club L.A., 34876 Emerald Coast Parkway, Destin
Cost: $19.99 general admission
Why: It’s time for the ultimate “jump up and down” concert party. If you’re a fan of modern rock then most likely you’ve heard of Lit and their chart topping single “My Own Worst Enemy.” It’s become the anthem for thousands of cover bands and its almost considered a requirement to lose your mind when the drum beat kicks in. Prepare to hum along with the rest of the crowd as they try to mimic the opening guitar riff, “duuununnun-dundun-dunununundunna.”
10) 5th Annual Tequila and Taco Fest
When: 1 – 5 p.m., March 10
Where: Harborwalk Village, 10 Harbor Boulevard, Destin
Cost: $20 – 40
Why: It’s not quite Cinco De Mayo yet but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy some delicious mexican cuisine. You can choose 7 tequila’s to sample from a list of 20 and stay sober by eating bottomless tacos. Just don’t forget to download the Uber app or arrange for a DD.
11) Great South American Wine Tasting
When: 2 – 4 p.m., March 10
Where: Wine World, 4424 Commons Drive East E3, Destin
Why: If tequila isn’t quite your thing, head on over to Wine World for a wine tasting. You can sample over 20 wines and enjoy some authentic Argentinian & Chilean snacks to pair. For ten bucks, that’s a steal. Tickets are going fast so don’t wait until the last minute to get yours here.
12) Cooking With The Chef
When: 12 – 2 p.m., March 6
Where: Emerald Grande at Harborwalk Village, 10 Harbor Boulevard, Destin
Why: This is an all inclusive event that’s sure to leave you with more than a full belly. Not only will you eat a delicious chef inspired meal, you get to cook it yourself. Chef Jimmy McManus will teach you how to cook Steak Oscar while you sip on a glass of complementary wine. Call 424-0622 for reservations.
13) Hop On The Hill
When: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. March 10
Where: The Village of Spring Hill, Mobile (Click here for a map.)
Why: Easter isn’t until April 1st this year, but it’s never too early celebrate. This family friendly event has plenty of fun instore for the kids. There will be an easter egg hunt, train rides, pony rides, and the Easter Bunny will be ready for personal selfies. Check out their facebook page for additional information.
14) Annual Spring Tea Fundraiser
When: 2 -5 p.m., March 9
Where: Bragg-Mitchell Mansion, 1906 Springhill Ave. Mobile
Why: It’s no surprise that Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is one of the most photographed buildings in Mobile. It’s a stunningly large house that was built back in 1855. In the 1800’s it was the center of the social scene. The mansion now plays host to weddings, events, and lavish parties. Come take a tour while you sip on some tea and enjoy some delicious treats. Seating will be provided in tea rooms and veranda. All seating is weather permitting.
15) 1st Annual Pancake Eating Contest
When: 3 p.m., March 10
Where: Brick & Spoon, 3662 Airport Boulevard suite A-1, Mobile
Why: Brick & Spoon is hosting their first ever pancake competition and it’s sure to get sticky. The first place winner will be awarded with free pancakes for a year, bragging rights, and their picture will be displayed on the wall along with their championship belt. Spots are limited to the first 10 people but you can register early by contacting them on facebook messenger. If you don’t feel like chowing down on some grub, you can at least enjoy the show.