Sports Celebrity Memorabilia Auction, to benefit the Citizens' Commission on Human Rights of Florida along with the Kids Closet, takes place from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2, in Coachman Park. Meet some of the biggest names in football, including Tony Dorsett, Steve Deberg, Ottis Sistrunk and Curtis Conway, while trying to outbid others for their stuff. Football, baseball, basketball and boxing Hall of Fame items are up for grabs, donated by some of the best players in each league. Admission's free, and the park's at 301 Drew St., Clearwater. Call 727-442-8820, ext. 600.
St. Pete Beach Craft Festival, the seventh annual event, takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3, on Corey Avenue. An estimated 15,000 craft lovers peruse this event each year, finding reasonable buys among the candles, woodwork, jewelry, ceramics and more. The Garden and Gourmet Marketplace also supplies a variety of homemade foods and spices, plants and gardening items. Admission's free. Call 813-962-0388 or 954-472-3755.
Ybor City Fresh Market Inc., in Centennial Park, is up and running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday. Drop by for a free glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice and check out all the fresh foods and other nifty items the market has up for grabs. Local vendors offer everything from fruits and veggies to plants to hand-made crafts. The park's at Eighth Avenue and 18th Street in Ybor City. Call 813-241-2442.
Ybor City Ghost Walk, an actor-guided tour of Tampa's Latin Quarter, takes place Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, beginning at Centro Ybor. Get to know the Ybor of yore when actors, re-creating historical figures from Ybor's past, lead you through the streets and buildings of Ybor. Admission costs $10 for adults and $8 for ages 8-13. Walks take place Thursday through Sunday by appointment, and times are flexible. Self-guided tours-on-tape are also available in English, Spanish and German. Centro Ybor is at Seventh Avenue and 16th Street. Call 813-242-4600 for appointments.