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Opened in 1987, Clayton Galleries has been providing artwork to the Tampa community for over 25 years. The gallery highlights and promotes the work of Florida artists as well as regional artists through ongoing exhibitions. Current works along with earlier pieces by artists allow visitors to see the creative growth of each individual artist. On display you will see a variety of mediums including oils, watercolor, acrylic, sculpture, paper, and photography. Rotating exhibitions are scheduled throughout the year. Clayton Galleries also offers custom framing from basic styles to embellished gold leaf finishes by an experienced in-house framer.
Like other members of this chain, AMC Westshore Plaza 14 in Tampa has all the amenities that make movie-watching a memorable experience. An ATM facility on the premises will take care of those sudden gastronomical or shopping whims. The automated box office is another unique feature of this movie house. Digital surround sound and stadium seating make sure you get the best of that action-packed thriller. All this within the posh environs of the Westshore Mall, make it a popular haunt for youth and families, so make sure you book your tickets early enough. Check the website for more details.
Centre Club has a warm casual ambiance which allows business professionals and community leaders to unwind , relax and entertain in an exclusive lounge atop the Urban Centre Towers. The club also offers facilities for conferences, business meetings and a co-working lounge and organizes enriching programs of talks and lectures by guest speakers. Dining at the club's in-house restaurant on superb "Floribbean" cuisine is a pleasure, given the remarkable service and beautiful setting.
This 390-acre park in the heart of urbanized Pinellas County serves a dual purpose. Its lake, maple swamp and man-made canals act as water retention devices to prevent flood damage and at the same time, wildlife in abundance is attracted to the area. Here, you'll spot small mammals and rodents and, at dusk, you may see armadillos. A mile-long elevated boardwalk winds through the swamp and oak hammock, and an observation tower at lake's edge offers an up-top view. A tour booklet available at the Anderson Environmental Center will guide you through your walk and helps you identify the wildlife. Picnicking is permitted and there is no admission fee.