THURS., Jan. 11-WED., Jan. 17
11 Jam Cruise brings a bevy of bands to Florida and two of these — veteran cruisers/New Orleans funk makers Galactic and San Francisco's loose rockin' Tea Leaf Green — stop in St. Petersburg tonight. 8 p.m., Jannus Landing.
12 Jobsite Theater opens All the Great Books (abridged). Sure, American Stage did the same show in November, but Jobsite is the reigning champion of the genre. 10 p.m., Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.
13 Area kennel clubs host the Florida Classic Clusters, featuring All-Breed Dog Shows, Obedience Trials and behind-the-scenes tours. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Florida Classic Park, Brooksville. Through Jan. 21.
14 The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration features arts and crafts, storytelling, poetry, refreshments from around the world and performances by the Kuumba Dancers, percussionist David Closson and flutist Martine Demasi. 3-5 p.m., International Bazaar.
15 It's the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday — take a moment to dream. Or watch a parade: The Drum Major for Justice Parade includes 20 marching bands that proceed through downtown St. Petersburg to Vinoy Park. 1:15-4 p.m., 727-327-0085.
16 Learn about the positive effects of massage at a free Massage Therapy Seminar offered by Florida licensed massage therapist Karen Robinson (free mini-massages included). 12:30 p.m., Golda Meir Kent Jewish Center, 727-736-1494.
17 Attorney/activist Sarah Weddington is the keynote speaker at the Roe v. Wade Breakfast hosted by Planned Parenthood in honor of the 34th anniversary of the history-making decision. 7:30 a.m., Feather Sound Country Club.
Jan. 18-21, Tampa Bay Boat Expo, Tropicana Field, tampabayboatexpo.com.
Jan. 19-21, Dave Attell, The Tampa Improv, tampaimprov.com.
Jan. 24, Indigo Girls, Ruth Eckerd Hall, rutheckerdhall.com.