Last Chance: Sideshow with Postage Due. Lori Ballard's mixed-media circus sideshow banners are hugely compelling and Steve Smith's "anti-stamp" prints are both witty and artful all in all, a small show that packs a big visual wallop, and today's your last day to see it. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., HCC-Ybor Art Gallery Ybor Performing Arts Building, Palm Ave and 15th Street, Ybor City, free admission, 813-253-7674.
Boogie Woogie/Blues Piano Stomp with Bob Seeley, Liz Pennock & Dr. Blues. If youve never experienced a boogie woogie master doing business at an acoustic piano, lets just say its something to behold. The adrenalized blues style is more or less a lost art, but a few folks hang in there to keep it alive, among them Detroit-based Bob Seeley, whos 80 but has the chops of a kid. 7:30 p.m., Side Door Room at Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg, $12; $15 at the door. (Eric Snider)Greening Downtown St. Petersburg. The Downtown Neighborhood Association hosts a public meeting regarding eco-friendly architecture, a garden space planned for downtown St. Pete, and the city's budget scenario for the coming year. The presenters are architect and green roof projects designer Ted W.Mallin of Envision Architects and landscape designer Philip H. Graham, Jr., who offer info about green roofs and their advantages; Sheree Graves, chair of St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral board, who talks about the church's plans to build a Florida-friendly landscaped memorial garden behind the facade of the historic First Baptist Church across from Williams Park; and City Council member Karl Nurse gives a presentation on the city's budget and other major issues the City Council has addressed or is considering. Q&A's follow each session. Visit stpetedna.org for more info. 7 p.m., Sunshine Center, 330 Fifth St. N., St. Petersburg, 727-893-7102, free admission. (Leilani Polk)