First time here last Sunday around 2. Few people were there, may be different on weekdays. They checked out my number, then made me sign a roster since my home gym is the St Pete location. Never had to sign when visiting other locations across Florida.
Huge parking lot on north side of quiet strip mall, on a side street that’s a delight to get in and out of. US 19 overpass across the street so hop on the highway immediately.
This gym is just as big as the main one in St Pete, long rows of treadmills and stationary bicycles flanked by other equipment. Large weightlifting area. Bathroom was spotless. What, no soap? I can live with that.
Est. Attendance: 50,000
Location: John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk, 12902 Village Blvd., Madeira Beach, FL 33708
Date: October 23-25, 2015
Time: Friday, 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM (Art/craft vendors close at 8 or bring “quiet” power for lights) Halloween Ball: Friday, 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (Food Vendors Opened)
Saturday, 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Load in: Friday, 7:00 am Load out: Sunday, 6:30 pm *Overnight Security Provided
Applicant Info: Fishing, Nautical Theme, Fine Art, Fine Crafts, Seafood, Corporate Sponsors. Applications must include three (3) photos of work or items for sale and one (1) photo of outdoor booth set up. Applications will be reviewed by committee. Applying for an event does not guarantee acceptance. Confirmation or rejection of acceptance will be sent via e-mail and will not be given over the phone without prior written confirmation. A waiting list will be established in case of cancellation. Alternates will be made from the wait list at the discretion of the committee.
Space Size: All spaces are sold in 10’ x 10’ increments.
Application Fee: $25.00
Recently took the long bus ride to Downtown Clearwater Florida, even in the same county, it’s a long ride.
My favorite public library is there, with a panoramic view of Clearwater Beach by the third floor computers.
Later took the bus to Clearwater Beach. After strolling through the vendors at Pier 60, walked farther south and spotted a small McDonald’s sign. The over-friendly cashier got the order wrong but oh well.
Sat at an outdoor table watching the sand dunes and beach across the street. Waterfront dining for the common folk.